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HEALTHCARE RESEARCH

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Abstract

CLIMACTERIC SYMPTOMS AMONG POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN RESIDING IN A RURAL AREA OF BANGLADESH: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

Dr. Ajmari Sharmin*, Dr. Nusaer Chowdhury, Dr. Irfan Nowroze Noor, Dr. Ummul Khair Alam,
Dr. Tonima Amir Haque, Dr. Mahmud Hasan Palash, Dr. Ashekur Rahman Mullick and *Dr. Irin Hossai

ABSTRACT

Menopausal symptoms concern the majority of women, but their expression varies greatly between different populations. E.g., the incidence of hot flashes/vasomotor symptoms (VMS, hot flashes, sweating, palpitations) may reach 80% in western peri-menopausal women. A cross-sectional study was conducted among 213 postmenopausal women in Bogra Sadar from January 2017 to December 2017 to find out the prevalence of climacteric symptoms among them. Data was collected by semi-structured questionnaire after taking written consent. Data processing and analysis was done using SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) version 20. About 66.2% were in the age group 45-50 years among 213 respondents from nuclear family. Maximum age of the respondents was 60 year and minimum age of respondents was 45 year. Total 64 (30%) were illiterate. More than half 59.2% suffer from hot flush, 33.8% has sleeping disorder, 60.1% has joint problem or muscle pain, 46.0% has problem during intercourse frequently and 39.4% feel less desirable in family or society sometimes. According to confident about ability to handle personal problem after menopause majority 56.8% were sometimes confident. This study therefore, concludes that almost all post-menopausal women experience climacteric symptoms but the classical presentation of menopausal symptoms like hot flush, several joint problems, sexual problems were higher in comparison to another cross sectional study.

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