Menopause is a natural stage in a woman's life when menstrual bleeding ends. In women during menopause; bone resorption (osteoporosis), hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) diseases may occur. In addition, hot flushes, sweating, palpitations, insomnia, irritability, depression, forgetfulness, weakness, sometimes decreased sexual desire and urinary incontinence can be seen.
Menopause does not happen suddenly, it is a process. The average age for menopause is around 45-55 years.

Menopause before age 40 is defined as "premature menopause". Due to the decrease in egg reserve, irregular menstrual bleeding begins to occur. Later, the complaints gradually increase and menstruation is completely stopped. Symptoms will appear gradually during this period.

It would be appropriate for every woman, including women who do not have any complaints, to be followed closely during this period.