Early Surgical Menopause associated with a Spectrum of Cognitive Decline

Surgical Menopause Tied to Brain Deficits

AAN: Surgical Menopause Tied to Brain Deficitsvia DES Info: ” Women who had surgically induced menopause at an early age saw a decline in cognitive function and possible signs of Alzheimer’s disease pathology, researchers reported.”

Read AAN: Surgical Menopause Tied to Brain Deficits by Cole Petrochko, March 25, 2013.

Sources: Early Surgical Menopause Is Associated with a Spectrum of Cognitive Decline by the American Academy of Neurology.

2 thoughts on “Early Surgical Menopause associated with a Spectrum of Cognitive Decline”

  1. Thanks for the heads up on this, as I’ve been through two chemically induced menopauses, and am seriously considering a permanent early one to deal with intractable and severe endometriosis/adenomyosis. This is worrying!
    Kymberly

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