Most of us have heard of that threatening “biological clock,” or the amount of time a woman has left to conceive before menopause begins and eggs are no longer released. It has been the butt of many jokes, the punch line in movies and the bane of existence for the men of the world who aren’t “quite ready” to settle down and start that family just yet. However, now researchers believe that they have found a way to more accurately predict when each individual woman can expect to reach the end of the fertile period of her life.
There are many negative things in life which can be been blamed on menopause, however in light of a new study, diabetes is no longer one of them.
The study which was conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan Health System studied a group of women who underwent natural menopause as well as those who experienced menopause as a result of having their ovaries removed and for both the results were the same. It appears that regardless of however menopause is induced, it doesn’t need to negatively impact a woman’s health.