THE BODY AT MENOPAUSE - GENERAL CLINIC

The Body During Menopause



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The body, in the menopause, undergoes important changes that can not be ignored, such as: Increased abdominal fat; Hair thinning (thinner and brittle wigs); Weakening of nails; Dry skin ; Vaginal dryness. These changes occur because the ovaries fail to produce estrogen and progesterone and this situation is physiological, that is, it is normal and expected, and all healthy women will face this process at the end of their reproductive phase