Menopause marks the end of your menstrual cycles and is diagnosed after 12 consecutive months without a period. It is a natural change due to age-related hormonal shifts, not a disease.

During this time, the ovaries progressively decrease the production of the hormones progesterone and oestrogen . Menopause typically occurs between ages 40 and 59 with the average being age 51.

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