Women may develop stress incontinence or urge incontinence due to perimenopausal and menopausal changes. Women’s bodies go through many changes during menopause, but those changes may lead to a problem you may not expect—urinary incontinence. Dr. J. Kyle Mathews would like women to know more about menopause and incontinence and what may happen during this…Read the Rest of Article
On Monday, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force once again backed the idea that long-term use later in menopause is unwise when it released recommendations that said the increased health risks outweighed the benefits of using the treatment in that medical scenario.
Hip Fractures Increase in Women After Stopping Hormones A recent study published in November 2011 of Menopause has found that women who discontinue postmenopausal hormone replacement had a significant increase in hip fractures. The protective affect of hormone replacement therapy on bones is well document and the study showed that this protective effect disappeared within…Read the Rest of Article
A new study adds to evidence that transdermal hormone delivery is a safer alternative to pills for menopausal women.