Hormones and menopause

In the human body conception (and not only them) controls the endocrine system. The eggs are matured under the influence of progesterone and estrogen, but the ovaries respond to the hormones is not as active. The result of the egg is stopped regular and complete maturation, menstruation ceases or becomes more rare – this is the first symptoms of menopause.

Since menopause affects the circulatory system, poor diet all tissues and organs reduces the likelihood of a favorable pregnancy.

According to statistics, menopause most often occurs in 52 years, although the climax can begin much earlier or, conversely, later. Hormonal changes are fully completed in 10 years and fertility begins 1-2 years after the cessation of menstruation. For these several years the possibility of pregnancy still remains. Ignorant women have sex without using contraception, which in turn, leads to unwanted pregnancy. To prevent such situations and relieve the symptoms of menopause gynecologists usually prescribe hormonal birth control pills.

Pregnancy during menopause

Modern women often delay having children, giving preference to the career or the desire to "live for yourself". Unfortunately, some women, early menopause may overtake already at the age of 37, with the result that the probability of conception and successful pregnancy is dramatically reduced. In severe cases, doctors prescribe women ovarian stimulation hormone therapy, allowing them to become pregnant and bear a wanted child.

The rapid flow of menopause can smooth the process of pregnancy and birth of a child, whereas loss of fertility is aggravated by the mental state of women.

Pregnancy during menopause can prolong youth, but it will be a short-term effect. Hormonal changes during pregnancy and breastfeeding have a positive effect on the body, but over time women's health can dramatically falter. Due to the lack of vitamins and minerals, which are so little in menopause, develop osteoporosis and other unpleasant complications. Late pregnancy can disrupt the function of the kidneys and affect the prolapse of pelvic organs. Besides, pregnancy and childbirth are not able to postpone menopause, since this process has a genetic basis.