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Living with menopause may be troublesome but it is something that cannot be avoided. Taking advantage of the opportunity to get healthy as well as actively taking charge of your symptom management will give you control over the condition. It is essential to know your various options when considering treatment and regulation of symptoms. Ask your doctor if such pharmaceutical avenues such as oral birth control and HRT would be good choices for you. Look into exercise options around your community that you may enjoy as staying active is essential to fighting osteoporosis.
Quit smoking and begin learning how to incorporate high amounts of fiber and low fat foods into your regular diet. Knowing your options and taking advantage of how to bring them into your own personal lifestyle is key to managing menopause. Do not force another’s preferences for management onto yourself as you may find it difficult to adapt in the long haul. Do what fits your lifestyle as menopause affects each female differently.
And although each woman reacts in differing ways to the onset of the condition, all women need to understand that with menopause comes risks that often that are out of their control. Jump start precaution and get tested with pelvic and breast exams, PAP tests and cancers. Know your family’s medical history so you know what to ask your doctor about.