Breast pain is a very common sign which can develop during the transition to menopause due to fluctuating estrogen and progesterone levels.
A burning sensation in a normal oral mucosa is called burning mouth syndrome. It is more common in women than in men.
Headaches are one of the most prominent signs and symptoms of menopause and can be very irritating.
Irritation in the bowels gives rise to nausea.
Tension in the muscle and joints is one of the most common symptoms of menopause.
Skin problems in menopause may range from unexpected acne to dry skin and so-called age-spots.
A common menopausal symptom, tingling extremities, can be highly unsettling and uncomfortable.
Hormones present in a human body dictate the efficient functioning of not just the reproductive process but also the skeletal and oral processes.
During menopause, many women experience a sudden sharp but short coursing of electricity through the body, similar to an electric shock.