Menstruation starts at the age of 14 or 15 and even earlier in the tropics, which means that the girl has become pregnant. From then until the age of 45 to 50 years, menstruation usually happens every 28th day. Once in each month, an ovary from the ovary is matured and exits, and the ovarian cavity is transmitted by sperm into the uterus and becomes a womb.
When mature ovaries are stopped in the ovaries, menstruation also ceases. The ovaries that are formed in the ovaries are due to ovulation, miscarriage and pregnancy after the ovaries have matured. At the end of the active life of the ovaries, the secretion of these secretions ceases. Menopause is an indicator and consequence of this.
With menopause, both the physical and mental changes in the body of the woman change. Often these changes are so slow and minor that the woman has no discomfort, but some women have special trouble. Menopause is called menopause in English, which means ‘change in life’. This is really the period of change in a woman’s life. At the onset of this period, symptoms such as depression, discomfort of the body, lack of sleep, pain in the head and in different parts of the body, various types of discomfort, or discomfort appear. Many people get obesity in their body. Individuals with a tendency to have genetic or personal insanity are more likely to have dementia, or insanity. There may be other types of psychological development.
After the end of the reproductive process, there is a fear of tumor in the reproductive organs. Tumors can occur in both the ovary and the uterus. The uterus has a tendency to have both malignant and malignant tumors. Menstrual disturbances are the first symptom of cancer. Excessive secretion is a sign of fibroid. The cause of the increase in size of the abdomen may be the tumor. At this time, a sore throat or goitre is likely to arise.
Menopause occurs in different women in different ways. In which case menstruation suddenly ceases. Some gradually close in a year or two.