Menopause is the period in the life of a woman which coincides with a series of natural biological changes in their body.
The secretion of estrogens by the ovaries stops in all women at menopause, while the secretion of DHEA, the only source of estrogens and androgens after menopause, has already decreased by an average of 60%.
The resulting hormonal deficiency is responsible for a series of symptoms typical of post-menopause which vary from woman to woman.
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