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Track Climacteric Menopause Symptoms With Free Online Proven Greene Climacteric Scale Test

Track Climacteric Menopausal Symptoms With Free Online Proven Greene Climacteric Scale Test

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GCS is a study to assess the knowledge regarding menopause, and provides a brief measure of menopause symptoms before and after menopause treatment: 1. Psychological  2. Physical  3. Vasomotor

About Menopause

Menopause is the natural phenomenon when the reproductive age of a woman comes to an end. From the early symptom onset to final menopause may take years. In India, the Menopausal age is 46 years on average. The menopausal age in western countries is about 51. Early menopause is also called perimenopause when the Estrogen in the woman’s body keeps dropping over a period of 12-48 months. A woman is said to have attained menopause after she doesn’t have menstruation for 12 months. Read more about Hormonal changes during menopause in this paper.1Burger, Henry G., et al. “Hormonal changes in the menopause transition.” Recent progress in hormone research 57 (2002): 257-276.

Amenorrhea

Another common symptom that is common in modern times is amenorrhea 2Practice Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. “Current evaluation of amenorrhea.” Fertility and sterility 82 (2004): 33-39. , which is missing periods. Conditions like PCOS, PCOD, and any other inflammatory, metabolic disorders in women may cause amenorrhea, where they may miss periods for several months. The difference between Amenohhrea and Perimenopause is in the Estrogen levels. In Amenohhhea, Estrogen levels are sufficient, but there are more Androgens and impaired LH and FSH hormones. In Perimenopause, though, the Estrogen levels fall in consecutive months.Read about Lyfas case study of reversal of Amenorrhea.
By measuring bi-monthly hormonal changes, Amenorrhea can be distinguished from Perimenopause. 
However, such a regular and frequent blood test is not feasible. Due to the fact that many Indian women(almost 4-8%) of the population are meeting their menopause at an early age(between 29-35), it is important to track the symptoms, if a woman has missed her periods for a few months. You can read more about female health in our female health premier article.

Why track Menopausal Symptoms?

  1. For differential diagnosis.
  2. For measuring treatment efficacy.
  3. For self-tracking.
  4. To predict any future possible pathological or psychological conditions.
  5. For in-time intervention.
  6. To decide upon the use of Hormone replacement therapy.

About Greene Climacteric Scale

Read about the implementation of the  Green Climacteric scale3Sierra, Bresilda, Luis A. Hidalgo, and Peter A. Chedraui. “Measuring climacteric symptoms in an Ecuadorian population with the Greene Climacteric Scale.” Maturitas 51.3 (2005): 236-245. here.
Women in perimenopausal or postmenopausal, with the gradual degradation of ovarian function in the female hormone decreasing, can appear some physiological and psychological aspects of symptoms, main performance: hot, sweaty, tired, headache, dizziness, numb, sore limbs, attention poor, anxious and nervous, insomnia, mood swings, and sorrow depression, clinical called “menopause syndrome” or “climacteric syndrome”4Zhou, Borong et al. “The symptomatology of climacteric syndrome: whether associated with the physical factors or psychological disorder in perimenopausal/postmenopausal patients with anxiety-depression disorder.” Archives of gynecology and obstetrics vol. 285,5 (2012): 1345-52. doi:10.1007/s00404-011-2151-z Borong Zhou et. al.(NCBI Article Link)

Lyfas Menopausal Care

Simple MenoPeace App Screen
Simple Lyfas MenoPeace App Screen
Lyfas is like Arduino in healthcare. We provide technology, tools, and frameworks for diagnosis, differential diagnosis, early detection, health assessment, and holistic therapeutics. Anyone can use these tools and technology to create a Lyfas project to serve the need of a specific user group. Lyfas MenoOeace is a project that helps you to increase your Estrogen without the risks of Hormone Replacement Therapy. Track your menopausal stress, and follow simple advice to improve your Estrogen. Hundreds of women have benefitted from the Lyfas MenoPeace project. You can watch the demo pitch deck presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiG_hmi53zUMamta before and After

Our Success Story(User benefitted from Lyfas MenoPeace Consented to Use her Photograph for the site)

Lyfas Mobile Application is a Clinically Validated, Non-Invasive App that is a Proven and Valid Healthcare instrument. The Mobile Application doesn’t take any other hardware. It uses Autonomic Nervous System, Endothelial Function, Somatic Nervous System, Optophysiology, Photochromatography, and Psychology to track your overall health, including mental health. Based on the biomarkers generated by the applications, Lyfas creators have created Lyfas MenoPeace. If you want to know more about Lyfas MenoPeace and are interested in trying it out, please fill in your simple details in the form(We don’t share your personal data with any third party and won’t spam you with promotions). Book a Lyfas test and our menopausal coping mentorship program by filling out the form at the bottom of the page.Remember, life is about meaning. If you do not care to learn and understand yourself better, you will never be in control of your life, and someone else will always control your life.  Watch my detailed Youtube class on female sexuality to understand your femininity better. No one but you can snatch back the control of your life. Learn the core of female health and hormones that no one would reveal.

Disclaimer

This test is provided as-is. Acculi Labs Pvt. Ltd. and Lyfas take no responsibility for the harm arising from taking the test, including Hypochondriasis, mental trauma, and others. Furthermore, we take no responsibility for the validity and accuracy of the test. This is adapted from the original GCS. This is an anonymous test, and we do not capture your sensitive data that reveals your identity, including your name, GPS, mobile number, etc. However, we log your IP address along with the final test result(not individual answers). No medicine can be prescribed based on the results of this test. By taking the test, you agree to not hold Acculi Labs Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore and Lyfas not responsible and liable for any damage.

Take Greene Climacteric Scale Test

 
1.Heart beating quickly or strongly
2.Feeling tense or nervous
3.Difficulty in sleeping
4.Excitable
5.Attacks of anxiety, panic
6.Difficulty in concentrating
7.Feeling tired or lacking in energy
8.Loss of interest in most things
9.Feeling unhappy or depressed
10.Crying spells
11.Irritability
12.Feeling dizzy or faint
13.Pressure or tightness in head
14.Parts of body feel numb
15.Headaches
16.Muscle and joint pains
17.Loss of feeling in hands or feet
18.Breathing difficulties
19.Hot flushes
20.Sweating at night
21.Loss of interest in sex
22.What is your Age?
23.What is your Heart Rate Range?

References

  • 1
    Burger, Henry G., et al. “Hormonal changes in the menopause transition.” Recent progress in hormone research 57 (2002): 257-276.
  • 2
    Practice Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. “Current evaluation of amenorrhea.” Fertility and sterility 82 (2004): 33-39.
  • 3
    Sierra, Bresilda, Luis A. Hidalgo, and Peter A. Chedraui. “Measuring climacteric symptoms in an Ecuadorian population with the Greene Climacteric Scale.” Maturitas 51.3 (2005): 236-245.
  • 4
    Zhou, Borong et al. “The symptomatology of climacteric syndrome: whether associated with the physical factors or psychological disorder in perimenopausal/postmenopausal patients with anxiety-depression disorder.” Archives of gynecology and obstetrics vol. 285,5 (2012): 1345-52. doi:10.1007/s00404-011-2151-z

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