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    8 Most Common Menopause Symptoms
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    8 Most Common Menopause Symptoms

    Decreased production of estrogens may produce unpleasant symptoms of menopause, which can vary from person to person. Estrogen regulates the menstrual cycle and affects the reproductive system, urinary tract, blood vessels, heart, breast, bones, pelvic muscles, skin, mucous membrane, hair and brain. As a result, women may experience the symptoms of menopause throughout the entire body.
    The most common menopause symptoms are:
    1. Menstrual cycle changes. Periods
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    09-11-2015, 04:44 PM
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    Main Causes Of Delayed Period
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    Main Causes of Delayed Period

    The first thing that comes to your mind when your period is delayed is that you are pregnant. However, if pregnancy is not the case, especially if you know there’s no way you could be pregnant, you feel utter confusion. In fact, there are several reasons for delayed periods that have nothing to do with pregnancy.
    1. Stress is often the main cause of delayed periods. When under stress, the body releases the stress hormones cortisol and adrenaline. Their elevated levels
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    09-04-2015, 12:05 PM
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    Foods That Help Alleviate Period Pains
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    We all have our own cravings during our periods. Why? During the time leading up to our periods, and a short while after our monthly menstrual cycle, our bodies are naturally in a “breeding state.” This basically means our estrogen levels peak during its fertile time causing our bodies to desire a higher calorie consumption to help fertilize the ovulated egg. Along with cravings come those pesky and painful period pains, (yes, the alliteration was completely necessary). Fortunately, there are ways...
    12-15-2014, 02:25 PM
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  • 8 Most Common Menopause Symptoms

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    8 Most Common Menopause Symptoms

    8 Most Common Menopause Symptoms

    Decreased production of estrogens may produce unpleasant symptoms of menopause, which can vary from person to person. Estrogen regulates the menstrual cycle and affects the reproductive system, urinary tract, blood vessels, heart, breast, bones, pelvic muscles, skin, mucous membrane, hair and brain. As a result, women may experience the symptoms of menopause throughout the entire body.
    The most common menopause symptoms are:
    1. Menstrual cycle changes. Periods
    ...
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  • Main Causes Of Delayed Period

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    Main Causes Of Delayed Period

    Main Causes of Delayed Period

    The first thing that comes to your mind when your period is delayed is that you are pregnant. However, if pregnancy is not the case, especially if you know there’s no way you could be pregnant, you feel utter confusion. In fact, there are several reasons for delayed periods that have nothing to do with pregnancy.
    1. Stress is often the main cause of delayed periods. When under stress, the body releases the stress hormones cortisol and adrenaline. Their elevated levels
    ...
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  • Foods That Help Alleviate Period Pains

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    Foods That Help Alleviate Period Pains

    We all have our own cravings during our periods. Why? During the time leading up to our periods, and a short while after our monthly menstrual cycle, our bodies are naturally in a “breeding state.” This basically means our estrogen levels peak during its fertile time causing our bodies to desire a higher calorie consumption to help fertilize the ovulated egg. Along with cravings come those pesky and painful period pains, (yes, the alliteration was completely necessary). Fortunately, there are ways...
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