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Male menopause

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Male menopause - myDr.com.au

Many men report symptoms in their 40s and 50s that may caused by ageing or declining testoterone. Find out about the symptoms and how to help.

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Sex After Menopause | myVMC

Changes in sexual feelingsduring and after menopause are caused byhormonal and psychosocial changes, and can be permanent.

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Husband's Guide to Great Sex After Menopause | myVMC

Menopause is a time when women experience considerable hormonal changes which result in symptoms such as hot flushes, mood swings and sexual problems. While these symptoms are natural, they can cause significant distress for menopausal women and their partners, and can disrupt the couple's sex life.

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Middle years - overview | Jean Hailes - Anxiety: Learn, Think, Do

Women of all ages are likely to experience anxiety more than men but between the ages of 35 and 64. The middle years are a long and busy time. Physical changes can range from pregnancy, childbirth to menopause.

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Anxiety and menopause | Women's Health Queensland Wide

We explore why this time in a woman's life can be a trigger for anxiety.

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Testosterone Deficiency (Primary Hypogonadism and Secondary/Hypogonadotrophic Hypogonadism) | myVMC

Testosterone deficiency or male hypogonadism is a condition in which a man produces abnormally low levels of the male sex hormone testosterone.

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Osteoporosis | myVMC

Osteoporosis is a condition characterised by weak, brittle bones which fracture easily. It is most common in post menopausal women.

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Hyperprolactinaemia | myVMC

Hyperprolactinaemia is defined as an elevation of prolactin level above 25ng/ml in women of childbearing age and above 20ng/ml in men and post-menopausal women

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Testosterone | myVMC

Testosterone is one of a group of hormones known as androgens. It is the primary sex hormone produced by males but is also produced by females.

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Hirsutism - ACD

The term hirsutism refers to excessive hair production in both males and females. However, medically it is used to define increased hair growth in women. Hirsutism affects 5-10% of women.

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