Urinary and Digestive Symptoms

Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence or changes in urinary frequency can occur during menopause as a result of various factors, including hormonal changes, weakening of the pelvic floor muscles, and other underlying medical conditions. It’s essential to understand the symptoms, causes, risk factors, and effects of these issues to better manage and treat them. Symptoms Urgency: A sudden…

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Digestive Issues

Digestive issues can become symptoms of menopause when they coincide with the perimenopause or menopause transition and are triggered or exacerbated by the hormonal fluctuations that occur during this period. Perimenopause, the phase leading up to menopause, typically begins in a woman’s 40s and can last for several years. During this time, estrogen and progesterone…

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