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  • eChanges September 2022
    Inside this issue AMS News President's Report 25th Annual Australasian Menopause Society Congress – Make Menopause Matter Micronised progesterone (Utrogestan®) to be unrestricted and fully funded in New Zealand Free registrations to GPCE Melbourne 11-13 November 2022 24th AMS Congres... Read more..
  • Our Menopause World September 2022
    President’s Report Dear Friends and Colleagues, I have some exciting news to share with you about CAMS, but before I do, I encourage you to click on this link to view the Scientific Program for the World Congress. With just over a month to go, I strongly encourage you to register here if you haven... Read more..
  • Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in Perimenopausal and Postmenopausal Women
    ModeratorProf Wendy Wolfman SpeakersProf Steven GoldsteinAppropriate evaluation of abnormal uterine bleeding in peri and postmenopausal bleedingProf Scott ChudnoffMedical management of bleeding in peri and postmenopausal patients  Read more..
  • eChanges August 2022
    Inside this issue AMS News President's Report AMS Annual Report 2022 A pregnancy spectrum: A postmenopausal patient with two pregnancies by ovum donation. Updated Information Sheet: AMS guide to MHT/HRT equivalent doses – Australia only Therapeutic Goods Administration Statutory Advisory C... Read more..
  • Aspirin for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Women
    Aspirin for secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is well established for both men and women; however, the benefit of aspirin use in primary prevention of CVD for women has become more controversial. Findings from three aspirin trials have reexamined the benefits of aspirin for primar... Read more..
  • Common Urinary Issues in Midlife Women
    Dr Amanda L. Clark, an obstetrician-gynecologist and a specialist in urogynecology and menopause in Portland, Oregon. Dr Amanda Clark discusses common midlife urinary and bladder issues and how they can affect a woman’s quality of life Read more..
  • Associations between blood sex steroid concentrations and risk of major adverse cardiovascular events in healthy older women in Australia:
    a prospective cohort sub study of the Aspree trial. 8 August 2022 Summary Blood testosterone concentrations in women decline during the reproductive years and reach a nadir in the 7th decade after which concentrations increase and are restored to those of reproductive age women in the 8th decade.... Read more..
  • Low sexual function is associated with menopausal status in mid-aged women with HIV infection
    15 August 2022 Summary Recently, Mezones-Holguin et al. [1] reported the results of a study aimed at evaluating the association between menopausal status and female sexual function among mid-aged women with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. This was a cross-sectional study performed on... Read more..
  • The effects of exercise on vasomotor symptoms in menopausal women:
    a systematic review and meta-analysis 22 August 2022 Summary Liu et al. [1] recently reported a systematic review and meta-analysis that evaluated the potential of structured exercise to alleviate the subjective frequency and severity of vasomotor symptoms (VMS). For this, the authors searched fo... Read more..
  • A pregnancy spectrum: A postmenopausal patient with two pregnancies by ovum donation
    By Dr Sylvia Rosevear This could be a case report that defies novel, statistics and common assumptions. I graduated in 1980 and gained the MRCOG in 1986 which provides a 36-year perspective and experience in obstetrics. Despite randomised controlled trial data and clinical guidelines, each ca... Read more..
  • AMS Congress 2021
    Midlife and Menopause: Perception in the Pandemic AMS Congress 26-28 November 2021 Join us in Adelaide as we share our experiences and knowledge gained as we have all adapted in our approaches to Midlife and Menopause issues across the pandemic. This year’s conference offers you a stimulating s... Read more..
  • The 2022 Hormone Therapy Position Statement of the North American Menopause Society
    Highlights Hormone therapy remains the most effective treatment for vasomotor symptoms (VMS) and the genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM) and has been shown to prevent bone loss and fracture. Personalization with shared decision-making remains key, with periodic reevaluation to determ... Read more..
  • eChanges July 2022
    Inside this issue AMS News President's Report Cervical Screening Test Self-Collection: a game-changer for menopausal women? New AMS Information Sheet: Contraception Make Menopause Matter Call for submissions for the AMS Scientific Prize News from Around the World The 2022 Hormo... Read more..
  • Cervical Screening Test Self-collection: a game-changer for menopausal women?
    By Dr Elina Safro National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) has paved the way for Australia to become the first country in the world to eliminate cervical cancer within the next decade or two (1). However, the ongoing engagement in the program remains low, with only 56% of eligible participants be... Read more..
  • Osteoporosis for midlife women and beyond
    ModeratorProfessor Peter F. Schnatz SpeakersDr Michael LewieckiReview of the current guidelines on diagnosis and when to treatDr Michael McClungThe current and best therapeutic options Time  Jul 12, 2022 11:00 PM AEST  Read more..
  • Dealing with a big issue - weight gain at midlife
    16 December 2020 Speakers: Dr Ekta KapoorBody weight-what happens at menopause? Prof Fatima StanfordWhat treatment strategies can we offer for obesity? Read more..
  • eChanges June 2022
    Inside this issue AMS News President's Report New AMS Information Sheet: Fragile X and Premature Ovarian Insufficiency Menopause Essentials Update Auckland - 2 July 2022 Make Menopause Matter Call for submissions for the AMS Scientific Prize News from Around the World Normalisi... Read more..
  • How to Discuss Sexual Health Concerns With Your Patients
    Sheryl A Kingsberg, PhDChief, Division of Behavioral MedicineDepartment of Obstetrics and GynecologyUniversity Hospitals Cleveland Medical CenterProfessor, Departments of Reproductive Biology, Psychiatry, and UrologyCase Western Reserve University School of MedicineCleveland, Ohio Dr Sheryl Kingsbe... Read more..
  • Our Menopause World June 2022
    President’s Report Dear Friends and Colleagues,  May was a productive month here at the IMS. Meetings were held of the Executive Committee, Board, Education Committee, Membership Committee, and Scientific Program Planning Committee Chairs. The IMS Executive Committee met in person for the fir... Read more..
  • Climacteric E-alert - Vol 25 Iss 4 Aug 22
    Issue Highlights for Month YearVolume 25, Number 1  Welcome to Issue 4 of Climacteric for 2022. This issue contains a broad range of reviews and original work which I commend to you. Please also read our editorials and commentary on three diverse yet important topics. Rod Baber, Editor-in-Chi... Read more..

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