The menopause Climacteric neurosis

The menopause Climacteric neurosisThe menopause is due to age-related reorganization of the female body. The processes of involution cover the Central nervous system and endocrine glands. The symptoms for. For most women, menopause occurs without obvious disorders. Often, however, it becomes complicated, resulting in increased irritability, lability of mood, sleep disorders, dizziness, increased blood pressure, autonomic-vascular disorders (tides and others). 8-10% of women climax occurs pathologically: frequent hot flashes (up to 10-20 times per day or more), a sudden feeling of heat, a significant increase in blood pressure, obesity, disorders of water and salt and other types of exchange, neuropsychiatric changes. Menopause and climacteric neurosis often accompanied dysfunctional uterine bleeding. Treatment. Restorative activities: water treatments, mineral baths, physiotherapy and other Sedative therapy: phrenolon (course under the supervision of a physician), trioxazin, Elenium, meprobamate (indexin, meprobamate), Valerian preparations. With frequent tides prescribe vitamins B1, B6, C, PP, in combination with 2% solution of novocaine 5 ml every other day/m Patients with severe climacteric neurosis shows the introduction of sex hormones or synthetic progestins. Administered estrogens and androgens in the ratio of 1:20 or 1:50 or synthetic progestins on the background saved menstrual function in the second phase of cycle 1 tablet for 10 days (3-4 courses). Use physiotherapy (longitudinal diathermy)..



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