THE INFLUENCE OF HORMONAL AND PHYTO-ESTROGENS ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE DURING THE MENOPAUSE
The clinical manifestations of climacteric syndrome significantly impair the quality of life of women. It was found that in patients after oophorectomy, compared with patients with natural menopause, the period of postmenopausal adaptation is more difficult, as evidenced by a more severe course of menopause and severe depressive disorders. In patients with surgical and natural menopause, there is a deficiency of steroid sex hormones, manifested by a simultaneous decrease in the level of estradiol, progesterone, an increase in the level of FSH and LH. Among all the manifestations of CS, vasomotor symptoms occupy an important place. Severe infusion and sweating disrupt social adaptation. Hormone therapy is the most effective treatment. There are a number of contraindications and restrictions for its appointment (hormone-dependent cancer, thromboembolic conditions, etc.).
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