Current Strategies and Future Directions in Menopause Management
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (25 December 2023) | Viewed by 1685
Women's health related to menopause has been given a lot of visibility in recent years. Some countries are even legislating specifically on some of its most neglected aspects. Although menopause is a natural phenomenon, one third of women will experience a pathological experience, especially when it occurs before the age of 45 or when they suffer from premature ovarian insufficiency. The poorer quality of life is accompanied by other medical consequences of estrogen decline: osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease and cognitive decline. Moreover, most postmenopausal women will suffer from the late consequences of hypoestrogenism on their genitourinary tissues (genitourinary syndrome of menopause).
On the other hand, treatments for the relief of the symptoms and consequences of menopause are gaining in efficacy and safety, although new data are always needed.
This special issue aims to update knowledge about women heath aspect related to menopause. We would like to invite you to publish original clinical research articles or systematic reviews focused on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of processes that worsen women's quality of life, menopausal therapies, or sexuality that will provide gynecologists and family physicians readers with a tool to update their knowledge on this topic.
Prof. Dr. Nicolás Mendoza Ladrón de Guevara
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- female sexual health
- genitourinary syndrome of menopause
- menopause hormone therapy
- postmenopausal osteoporosis
- violence against women