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New Indian Journal of Surgery

Volume  3, Issue 3, January - March 2012, Pages 173-173

 

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The Incidence of Menopausal Symptoms in an Urban Population Attending Matured Women Clinic in a Tertiary Healthcare Centre in Northern India: A Retrospective Study
Indrani Ganguli, Jayati Dureja, Mala Srivastava, Mamta Dagar
Sir Ganga Ram Hosiptal, New Delhi, India
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Abstract

  Menopause marks the end of the reproductive phase of a woman’s life. A range of symptoms are experienced by women at this stage of life. These symptoms are mainly vasomotor, somatic and psychological in nature and disrupt the quality of life of women in that age group. Sufficient data from Indian studies to formulate strategies to alleviate these problems faced by a large proportion of women is still lacking from both rural and urban populations.


Corresponding Author : Indrani Ganguli