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Headache due to Menopause (Climacteric Syndrome)

Treatments: Headache due to Menopause (Climacteric Syndrome)

    Headache due to Menopause (Climacteric Syndrome)

    Almost all women have some forms of symptoms before or after menopause. The proper term in modern medicine is Climacteric Syndrome.

    Main points of diagnosis:

    1.      Its characteristics are mild and distant or blunt pain, alternating, sometimes heavy and sometimes mild. The condition becomes more severe when aggregated by emotional disturbances. Patients usually have other symptoms such as dreaminess, insomnia, palpitation, sweats, shortness of breath, emotional interference, proneness to anger, flushed face, vaginal dryness that show neurasthenia. Organic diseases must be ruled out.

    2.      One very crucial diagnostic point is the age: Usually from 45 to 55. Having said that, it is important not to make premature diagnosis without having ruling out other possibilities.

    Treatments: Headache due to Menopause (Climacteric Syndrome)