The natural history of menopause (the cessation of menses) and the climacteric (the period of transition from reproductive to postreproductive status) involves many changes and challenges. For many women, this period in life is associated with symptoms and problems, as well as joys and benefits.
KeywordsEndometrial Cancer Endometrial Carcinoma Endometrial Hyperplasia Medroxyprogesterone Acetate Systemic Mastocytosis
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