Doctor replies: Matterity is a stage of a female physiological cycle, usually between 45-55 years old.Before menopause, women’s ovaries will gradually stop ovulation, and follicles in the ovaries will gradually decrease.The arrival of menopamental period marks the gradual decline in fertility of women.
The menopause period can be divided into two stages: the stretch period and menopause period.The stages of the scheduling refer to the period when the ovarian function is gradually diminished but not yet stopped, and it usually occurs between 45-50 years old.In the siege period, the menstrual cycle of women is irregular, and sometimes a long period of menstrual interval or intermittent bleeding.
With the further decline of ovarian function, women have entered a menstrual period.During the menopause, ovulation stopped ovulation, and women’s menstruation completely stopped.Generally speaking, women’s menopause will last for several years to ten years, and the specific duration varies from individual differences.
Although menopause is a normal physiological phenomenon of women, it may also have some impact on women’s health and life.For example, the bone density of women after menopause will gradually decrease, and osteoporosis is prone to occur; women’s cardiovascular disease risk will also increase; women may have comprehensive menopausal symptoms, such as heat and insomnia.
During menopause, the number of eggs in the ovaries is extremely limited, and ovulation has almost no longer occur. Therefore, the fertility of women after menopause is generally considered to end.However, although it is very rare, in a few cases, women after menopause may still be pregnant.This mainly involves two aspects: egg reserves and ovulation events.
Egg reserves: Women have formed all eggs during the development of embryo, and as they age, the number of eggs gradually decreases, and the quality will decrease.After menopause, egg reserve is very limited, so the chance of pregnancy is extremely low.However, individual differences are very different, and some women may still retain some eggs after menopause. Although the number is very small, there is still the possibility of pregnancy.
Ovulation incident: Women with menopause stop ovulation during the menopause, but ovulation may occur sometimes, although it is very rare.In this case, women may ovulate in the window at a certain time after menopause, thereby having a chance to conceive.This phenomenon is called "postmenopausal ovulation" or "menopausal ovulation".
Although the incidence of ovulation after menopause is very low, once ovulation occurs, women have the possibility of pregnancy.In this case, women may accidentally get pregnant without obvious menstrual cycle and ovulation symptoms.Due to the failure to predict the occurrence of this ovulation incident, if women do not want to get pregnant after menopause, appropriate contraceptive measures are still needed.
In the menopause stage, women need to take some measures to adapt and alleviate discomfort caused by menopause.The following are some suggestions to deal with women’s menopause:
Maintaining a positive lifestyle: Healthy lifestyle is very important for alleviating symptoms of menopause and promoting physical health.Women should maintain moderate physical exercise, such as walking, running, yoga, etc., helping to improve cardiovascular health, maintain bone density and control weight.At the same time, a balanced diet is also the key. You should choose foods rich in protein, fiber and vitamins to reduce the intake of sugar and saturated fat.
Symptoms: Menpoopopathy is often accompanied by a series of symptoms, such as heat, insomnia, emotional fluctuations, etc.Women can take some measures to deal with these symptoms.For example, wearing lightweight clothing and maintaining a cool environment can reduce the discomfort of the tide; establish regular sleep habits and relaxation skills before bedtime can help improve the problem of insomnia; communicating with relatives and friends, participating in the support team can relieve emotional fluctuations.
Pay attention to bone health: As the age increases, women’s bone density gradually decreases, and osteoporosis is prone to occur.After menopause, women should pay attention to bone health, consume enough calcium and vitamin D in diet, and obtain vitamin D through sunlight exposure is also an important means.In addition, proper weight training and gravity load exercise, such as walking, rope skipping, weightlifting, etc., help enhance bone strength and density.Women can consult a doctor or professional nutritionist to formulate a bone health plan that suits them.
Seeking support and care: Menopausal period is a process of regulating physical and mental adjustment for women, so it is very important to seek support and care.Women can share their feelings and confusion with relatives and friends, and find psychological support.Joining a menopamental support group or seeking professional psychological counseling can also help women cope with emotional fluctuations and self -regulation.
Women’s menstrual period is a process with a large difference in individuals. Each woman may face different challenges and symptoms. Menopa time is a new stage in life. Women can actively meet this process and in a healthier and fulfilling way to be healthier and fulfilling.Live every day.