Menopause in women can occur anytime between forty five to fifty five years of age and is easily one of the most dreaded phases in her life. Menopausal apprehensions are often related to the changes it will bring to your life, to your physical appearance and most importantly to the coveted relationships you share with some of the most loved people in your lives.
The menopausal phase signals an abrupt closure of the reproductive system of the body, which is no longer of any use. In most cases, this shutting down can be painfully sudden, leading to abrupt and abnormal changes which can have negative impacts on your relationship with your partner. In some especially lucky cases however, the symptoms start to show quite early in the day as the body prepares for this closure gradually. A slow process provides the time to the mind and the body to come to terms with the associated unpleasantness it brings along.
The impact of menopause on your relationship can be substantial. Some of them could be related to the following menopausal side effects:
However, despite the above logical reasons, menopause can only affect a relationship if there is a lack of understanding, respect and sensitivity among partners. This could be one of the most traumatic and emotionally draining phases for the lady. The onus of seeing her through without any apparent tiffs or frictions lies with the man. Ideally, both partners should be respectful of each other for what they are as people, and not for how they look or behave. Mutual support can always help in dealing with biological problems such as these.
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