Menopause in Women With IBD. Menopause. Natural menopause results from gradual decline in number of estradiol-producing ovarian follicles Surgical menopause may occur at any age as a result of oophorectomy Estradiol decreases; estrone becomes primary circulating hormone
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Menopause in Women With IBD
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Decrease in vasomotor symptoms
Slower changes in body morphology
Fewer osteoporotic fractures
Improvement in lipid balance
Reduce IBD flare
Increase in invasive breast cancer
Side effects: bloating, irritability, weight gain, depression, vaginal bleeding
Increased risk of thromboembolic events (blood clots, stroke)
Increase in CVD
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