To make matters even more troublesome for some women, a study just released, led by Dr. While it’s never going to be a fun experience, new research has pointed out that those who experience before the age of 46 and after 55 are at a much greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes. A team from U.S. Women who start menopause before or after that window should be aware that they are at higher risk, and should be especially vigilant about reducing obesity, eating a healthy diet and exercising. There is no data regarding menopausal age in Indian population. PCA revealed a four-factorial model. Results demonstrated that women who experienced menopause before age 46, or after age 55 were more likely to develop Type 2 Diabetes.
After 12 consecutive months of missed periods, you have technically reached menopause. The researchers also recorded weight, blood pressure and whether or not the participants had used hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Some medical people aren’t convinced