Perimenopause refers to the time period during which a woman's body makes its natural transition toward permanent infertility. Perimenopause is also called the menopausal transition.
The extrapolated prevalence was found to be 389,272 in United States and the population esteemed used is double of 19,922,153.
Treatment for Perimenopause include Healthy lifestyle habits, including exercise, healthy eating, and quitting smoking along with that hormones and other medicines, such as antidepressants.
Perimenopause, high-reward research program of the National Institutes of Health has chosen newest faculty members to receive funds to pursue innovative approaches to some of today’s most pressing medical challenges.