By Pauline M. Maki, PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago, Society for Women’s Health Research Interdisciplinary Network on Alzheimer’s Disease Member
When women think about menopause, they typically think about hot flashes. New research shows that memory problems are a common but under-recognized menopausal symptom.
Memory problems emerge during perimenopause, the time around the final menstrual period, before many women even realize that they are “going through the change.” Early research studies have documented an increase in memory complaints, such as forgetting names, as a woman enters the menopausal transition, while more recent studies have revealed measurable changes in verbal memory as a woman transitions through menopause [1,2].
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