post-menopause love

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the state in which women have stopped ovulating

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The theme of Freedom is utterly familiar: sexually bored female ruins her own life and her family's and then magically redeems herself when her hormones have abated post-menopause.

    Nina Burleigh: Franzen's Female Trouble

  • These supplements became widely used in the 1990s — particularly among women post-menopause, who often need additional doses of these nutrients to help prevent and treat osteoporosis.

    Moderation in all things—including calcium supplements

  • Even now, 10 years post-menopause, it makes me sad to think I may never hold a snuggly warm sweet newborn again.

    The Future By Thirds | Her Bad Mother

  • These supplements became widely used in the 1990s—particularly among women post-menopause, who often need additional doses of these nutrients to help prevent and treat osteoporosis.

    Moderation in all things—including calcium supplements

  • Although the ability to understand and process language diminishes in both men and women as we age, it does so earlier for men (after age 35) than women (post-menopause).

    She Talks a Lot, He Listens a Little

  • Not only did the radiation throw me immediately into post-menopause, vaginal reconstruction was still a wild card.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cancer Book

  • How far into post-menopause is it recommended/feasible?

    A call for help II | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Based on a survey of pre- and postmenopausal alumnae of the same University, we report a significant but small decrease in prevalence of chocolate cravings post-menopause.

    Chocolate News

  • Insofar as there is a direct hormonal effect, one would predict a substantial decrease of 38% in total chocolate craving in women post-menopause, corresponding to the proportion of women pre-menopause who report craving chocolate exclusively perimenstrually.

    Chocolate News

  • And third, the studies enrolled women who had not previously used hormone therapy, were usually more than fifteen years post-menopause, and had no symptoms that warranted starting treatment.

    You Staying Young

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