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Let's talk: Menopause
What is it about
In the 19th century, only a few women lived long enough to leave the menopause behind them - the average life expectancy was well under 50 years.
The premenopause begins from the age of 40. The body starts to make initial preparations to end the fertile phase. It often begins with irregular cycles. At around 51 years of age, the time for the last period has come. The ovarian reserve has been used up. Now the menopause begins.
We would like to invite women in their late 30s and early 40s to listen, because some complaints can be alleviated at an early stage.