Menopause Preparedness: Fact Sheet

Menopause, marked as the point in time 12 months after a woman’s last menstrual cycle, is a natural life stage that all women will encounter after a certain age. While most women experience menopause in their late 40s or 50s, some individuals may experience menopause early due to certain medical conditions or surgical procedures.

In its “Menopause Preparedness” fact sheet, SWHR reviews the health impacts of menopause, discusses research needs related to menopause, and assesses how current policies can affect women’s access to menopause treatments.

DOWNLOAD THE FACT SHEET, MENOPAUSE PREPAREDNESS

SWHR thanks Astellas Pharma, Inc. and Roche for their support of this educational work.

Menopause, marked as the point in time 12 months after a woman’s last menstrual cycle, is a natural life stage that all women will encounter after a certain age. While most women experience menopause in their late 40s or 50s, some individuals may experience menopause early due to certain medical conditions or surgical procedures.

In its “Menopause Preparedness” fact sheet, SWHR reviews the health impacts of menopause, discusses research needs related to menopause, and assesses how current policies can affect women’s access to menopause treatments.

DOWNLOAD THE FACT SHEET, MENOPAUSE PREPAREDNESS

SWHR thanks Astellas Pharma, Inc. and Roche for their support of this educational work.