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Prevalence of ocular surface disease symptoms in peri- and postmenopausal women

Video Author: Fundacion Dexeus Mujer
Published on: 08.14.2020

The overall prevalence of ocular surface symptoms was 64%. It was more prevalent and more severe in postmenopausal women, whit a significant differences regarding premenopausal women. Our study found that early age at menopause was significantly associated with an increased risk of ocular surface disease symptoms.

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Creator: Fatima Cody Stanford, MD, MPH, MPA
Duration: 5:25
This video explains how weight promoting medications may lead to weight gain in women during menopause. It should be noted that hormonal changes associated with menopause already lead to weight gain. However, weight gain may be exacerbated with the use of several commonly prescribed medications.
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Duration: 3:40
Hormone therapy is used in women with POI to minimize the effects of early hypoestrogenism. The video presents the results of treatment using oral contraceptives combined continuously, without pause, compared to other conventional hormonal therapies and the variation in bone mineral density.
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Duration: 4:32
This video describes a difference in blood pressure modification during the administration of phytoestrogens, acupuncture or hormones for the treatment of climacteric symptoms. Blood pressure decreases during phytoestrogens or acupuncture but not hormones administration. Possible mechanisms and implications are discussed.
Creator: Fundacion Dexeus Mujer
Duration: 2:28
The overall prevalence of ocular surface symptoms was 64%. It was more prevalent and more severe in postmenopausal women, whit a significant differences regarding premenopausal women. Our study found that early age at menopause was significantly associated with an increased risk of ocular surface disease symptoms.
Creator: Dr Marija Glisic
Duration: 3:40
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Creator: Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Chicago
Duration: 3:41
Dr. Monica Christmas discusses her research with the international COMMA consortium. Through COMMA, clinicians and researchers with expertise in the field of menopause, along with industry and consumers, are working together to develop Core Outcome Sets for vasomotor and genitourinary symptoms at menopause. In this video, Dr. Christmas, shares findings from a systematic review of outcomes and measurement tools reported in randomized clinical trials of interventions for genitourinary symptoms associated with menopause.
Creator: E. Armeni
Duration: 3:51
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Creator: Mithra Pharmaceuticals (sponsor)
Duration: 4:29
This video summarizes the results of a study to select the minimum effective dose of estetrol (E4) for the treatment of postmenopausal women with vasomotor symptoms (VMS, hot flushes). The reduction in frequency and severity of VMS was most pronounced for 15 mg E4, and was significant at week 4 and 12. E4 was well tolerated and there were no unexpected adverse events. It was concluded that oral E4 15 mg is the minimum effective daily oral dose for treatment of VMS.
Creator: Beate Sydora
Duration: 5:01
The video highlights the significance of assessing the therapeutic value of walking exercise programs for women in menopause transition and postmenopausal. Though the health benefits of exercise are well known, menopausal women are often reluctant to exercise. Walking represents fewer barriers for women in midlife as it is inexpensive, easily accessible, and has low risk of injury. Sustained walking could serve as an alternative to hormone therapy or as a beneficial addition to hormone therapy or pharmaceutical drugs. The video hints to the findings of the scoping review designed to explore the current literature on the therapeutic effect of walking programs on menopause-related symptoms and risk factors. Limitations are discussed as well as suggestions for future research.
Creator: Christina Dancz, MD
Duration: 2:54
In this video abstract, Dr. Christina Dancz from the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) comments on the role of sex steroid hormones in pelvic organ prolapse. More specifically, she introduces the viewer to the effects of estrogen and progestin on ligament strength, tissue remodeling, the extracellular matrix, and clinical presentation. Taken altogether, these findings suggest that there may be a role for the exogenous administration of hormones in the prevention of pelvic organ prolapse. This topic is more fully explored in our published review in Menopause.
Creator: No sponsor
Created by Mayo Clinic
Duration: 4:22
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Duration: 3:06
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Creator: CU-Anschutz Medical Campus, Office of Communications (contact Kristen O’Neill)
Duration: 1:51
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Creator: James Smith
Duration: 1:56
This video briefly raises the question of whether climate change will increase the incidence of menopausal hot flashes as raised in our related commentary. It challenges readers to consider what they can do to help us understand this more and prepare for these potential impacts.
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Duration: 5:16
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Duration: 5:07
The menopause transition is a vulnerable time for mental health and it is important to better understand the risk factors for depression during this time. This study using baseline data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging shows that premature menopause and the use of hormone therapy, as well as low education, low household income, living alone, being nulliparous, and having low social support are associated with current depression measured using the Center for Epidemiologic studies Short Depression Scale.
Creator: Bence Kozma MD PhD / No Sponsor
Duration: 3:15
Many studies suggest that zinc levels may correlate with some vaginal conditions, but the role in the diagnosis of Genitourinary syndrome of Menopause or Vulvovaginal Atrophy is not known. Cervicovaginal lavage has been widely used to investigate changes in the vagina. In our prospective cohort study the multivariate regression model revealed a significant association between vaginal atrophy and cervicovaginal lavage zinc levels. Measuring the amount of zinc in cervicovaginal lavage could aid in the diagnosis of Genitourinary syndrome of Menopause. Zinc levels of cervicovaginal lavage could be used as a new marker of vaginal atrophy.
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Duration: 3:19
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Duration: 3:13
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