By Robyn Craven
The most recent scientific study on menopause, and an perception into the adventure of a few outstanding Australian girls.
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Extra resources for The Other Fact of Life
In in the Medical Journal of Australia Alastair MacLennan and his colleagues reported that Australians are the biggest users of hormone replacement therapy in the world. A survey of , South Australian women showed that about per cent of Australian women were using hormone replacement therapy around the age of menopause, with use in the fifty-five to sixty-four age bracket doubling since a similar study in . About per cent of women in this age group had used the therapy at some point.
In a recent comprehensive literature review entitled ‘Menopause across culture’, Helen Ryan (Mid-Link Menopause Service, ) compiled a summary of over sixty cross-cultural menopause studies conducted over the past forty years in Europe, North America, Africa and Australia. They show up the complexity of the interaction and the nexus between the physiological changes of menopause and the social and cultural components of women’s lives. The author points out that symptoms vary across cultures, with Asian women experiencing a lower frequency and severity of complaints compared to European/American women.
I did think about growing old, and I do feel reasonably content. I say to myself, Well, I’m nearly sixty, and I cannot go on forever, and I do feel relatively comfortable. The menopause is just a different part of being alive. But I do have a vague anxiety about how I am going to cope when I’m eighty-four and until 30 The Other Fact of Life I become very old. My father’s ninety, so I’m in the middle of coping with my own parent. I think it’s very sad losing your capability and independence and not being completely on the ball mentally and knowing you are just not able to do things that you once did.
The Other Fact of Life by Robyn Craven