Maturitas ;May. The purpose of this research was to study the relationship between the menopausal status and body fatness.
Body composition was estimated by body impedance analysis.
In a subsample free estradiol and progesterone levels in saliva were quantified. Premenopausal women who were much older than the median age at menopause had a higher amount of fat than their postmenopausal age-peers, while postmenopausal women, whose menopause occurred much earlier than the median age at menopause, had less fat than their premenopausal age-peers.
The body fat mass in premenopausal women with low levels of sex hormones was pinworm pszichoszomatika below the age-median pinworm pszichoszomatika of the menopausal status subgroups, while the body fat mass of postmenopausal women with high levels of sex hormone levels was above the age-median values.
Thus future epidemiological pinworm pszichoszomatika of women exposed to higher levels of menopause-related health risks should be expanded beyond the estimation of menopausal status based only on menstrual history to pinworm pszichoszomatika sex hormone level assessment, as well as body composition analysis.