Sunday, June 6, 2010

0 Effects of aging in women


At the time of menopause, changes in genital organs occurs quickly. The menstrual cycle stopped and the ovaries stop producing estrogen. After menopause, the network of the labia minora, clitoris, vagina and urethra thinning (atrophy). Thinning can produce a chronic irritation, dryness, and stopping the vagina. Vaginal infections more likely. Similarly, after menopause, the uterus, fallopian Palop, and the ovaries become smaller.

With aging, there is a decrease in the amount of muscle and connective tissue, including muscles, ligaments and other tissues that support the bladder, uterus, vagina and anus. Accordingly, the organs are affected may lose or down (prolapse), sometimes causing hardship or difficulty in urination full-on hip, loss of control of urination or bowel movements (incontinence), or pain during sex. Women who have many more children may have problems.

Because there is less estrogen to stimulate the milk ducts, breast size reduced and can be lax. The connective tissues that support the breasts is also reduced, causing kekendoran. The fibers in the breast tissue is replaced with fat, which makes the breast is less strong. In addition to these changes, many more women to enjoy sexual activity after menopause, perhaps because they are no longer able to become pregnant.

In addition, after menopause, the uterus, and adrenal glands continue to produce the male sex hormone. male sex hormone helps maintain sex drive, slows the loss of muscle tissue and give a taste of good health.


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