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Vitamin D response in post-menopausal women: weekly better than monthly, notice benefit in 3 months – Jan 2021 23 Dec, 2023
Menopause delayed and symptoms decreased by Vitamin D - many studies 23 Dec, 2023
Pelvic Organ Prolapse after menopause 5.6 X more likely if low Vitamin D (weak muscles) – Oct 2023 02 Oct, 2023
Menopause is earlier in black women (low vitamin D) - Aug 2023 25 Aug, 2023
Age of menopause increases if add vitamin D or UVB 25 Aug, 2021
Menopause 3 years later in women eating fatty fish (Omega-3) – April 2018 07 May, 2018
Risk of early menopause reduced 17 percent by a modest amount of vitamin D – May 2017 11 May, 2017
The Role of Vitamin D in Menopausal Medicine – Jan 2016 19 Jan, 2017
Vitamin D and menopause -A narrative review – July 2014 16 Oct, 2015
Post menopausal vaginal dryness treated with vitamin D vaginal suppositories – RCT March 2015 16 Sep, 2015
Breast Cancer: 26 percent less risk if menopausal hormone therapy plus vitamin D – Sept 2015 12 Sep, 2015
Menopause group advises too little vitamin D supplementation etc. – Jan 2012 25 Jun, 2015
400 IU Vitamin D did not affect menopause (400 IU affects virtually nothing) - RCT May 2015 01 Jun, 2015
Women taking Vitamin D had fewest deaths after post-menopause breast cancer – May 2013 15 Nov, 2014
Menopause and vitamin D – a narrative review (which costs 36 dollars) – June 2014 06 Jul, 2014
Breast Cancer post menopause down 12 percent for every 5 ng of vitamin D – meta-analysis May 2013 28 Oct, 2013
Diurnal variation in blood levels noted for post-menopausal women – 2002 20 Jun, 2010

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VitaminDWiki - Risk of hot flashes decreased by vitamin D, vegan diet, etc.

VitaminDWiki - The Role of Vitamin D in Menopausal Medicine – Jan 2016

VitaminDWiki - Age of menopause increases if add vitamin D or UVB

$1.8 billion = cost of workdays missed due to Menopause Symptoms - June 2023

Impact of Menopause Symptoms on Women in the Workplace
Mayo Clinic Proceedings Vol 98, Issue 6, June 2023, Pages 833-845 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mayocp.2023.02.025
Stephanie S. Faubion MD, MBA a d, Felicity Enders PhD b, Mary S. Hedges MD c, Rajeev Chaudhry MBBS, MPH d e, Juliana M. Kling MD, MPH d f, Chrisandra L. Shufelt MD, MS a d, Mariam Saadedine MD a d, Kristin Mara MS b, Joan M. Griffin PhD g, Ekta Kapoor MBBS d h i

To evaluate the impact of menopause symptoms on work outcomes and to assess the estimated economic impact.

Patients and Methods
Women aged 45 to 60 years receiving primary care at 1 of the 4 Mayo Clinic sites were invited to participate in a survey study (Hormones and ExpeRiences of Aging) from March 1 through June 30, 2021. A total of 32,469 surveys were sent, with 5219 responses (16.1% response rate). Of the 5219 respondents, 4440 (85.1%) reported current employment information and were included in the study. The primary outcome was self-reported adverse work outcomes related to menopause symptoms assessed by the Menopause Rating Scale (MRS).

The mean age of the 4440 participants was 53.9±4.5 years, with the majority being White (4127 [93.0%]), married (3398 [76.5%]), and educated (2632 [59.3%] college graduate or higher); the mean total MRS score was 12.1, signifying moderate menopause symptom burden. Overall, 597 women (13.4%) reported at least one adverse work outcome due to menopause symptoms; 480 women (10.8%) reported missing work in the preceding 12 months (median, 3 days missed). The odds of reporting an adverse work outcome increased with increasing menopause symptom severity; women in the highest quartile of total MRS scores were 15.6 (95% CI, 10.7 to 22.7; P<.001) times more likely to have an adverse work outcome vs those in the first quartile. Based on workdays missed due to menopause symptoms, we estimate an annual loss of $1.8 billion in the United States.

This large cross-sectional study identified a major negative impact of menopause symptoms on work outcomes and the need to improve medical treatment for these women and make the workplace environment more supportive. Additional studies are needed to confirm these findings in larger and more diverse groups of women.

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Study Design and Participants
We conducted a one-time survey study among women aged 45 to 60 years receiving primary care at 1 of 4 Mayo Clinic sites—Rochester, Minnesota; Scottsdale, Arizona; Jacksonville, Florida; and Mayo Clinic Health System, Northwest Wisconsin. The women were invited to complete a questionnaire between March 1 and June 30, 2021, that aimed to assess their menopause experiences and their perceptions about the care they received. The questionnaire assessed menopause symptoms, the impact of these...

Of the 32,469 surveys sent, 5219 responses were received (16.1%); 4440 (85.1%) of the respondents reported current employment and were included in the study. The demographic characteristics of the women in the study are summarized in Table 1. The mean age of the 4440 participants was 53.9±4.5 years, and the majority were White (4127 [93.0%]), married (3398 [76.5%]), and educated (2632 [59.3%] college graduate or higher). The mean total MRS score was 12.1, signifying moderate menopause symptom...

To our knowledge, this is the largest study to date examining the impact of menopause symptoms on work outcomes. Employed US women receiving primary care at a large medical center across 4 geographic locations reported a substantial menopause symptom burden and a negative impact of these symptoms on work outcomes. Women who reported adverse work outcomes had a higher BMI and were less likely to be married or to consume alcohol regularly compared with those without an adverse work outcome. The...

Women are a vital part of the global workforce and economy. This study identified an association between menopause symptoms and adverse work outcomes, including lost work productivity. The severity of menopause symptoms strongly predicted the odds of an adverse work outcome. Based on this analysis, the estimated annual cost associated with lost days of work related to menopause symptoms among US women aged 45 to 60 years is $1.8 billion. Racial and ethnic differences were identified, with Black ...

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  • A. Griffiths et al. Menopause and work: an electronic survey of employees' attitudes in the UK Maturitas (2013)
  • M. Evandrou et al. Menopausal transition and change in employment: evidence from the National Child Development Study Maturitas (2021)
  • R.A.M. Hammam et al. Menopause and work—the experience of middle-aged female teaching staff in an Egyptian governmental faculty of medicine Maturitas (2012)
  • C. Hardy et al. What do working menopausal women want? a qualitative investigation into women's perspectives on employer and line manager support Maturitas (2017)
  • C.L. Kracht et al. It just seems like people are talking about menopause, but nobody has a solution": a qualitative exploration of menopause experiences and preferences for weight management among Black women Maturitas (2022)
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  • M. Rees et al. Global consensus recommendations on menopause in the workplace: a European Menopause and Andropause Society (EMAS) position statement Maturitas (2021)

E.B. Gold et al.
Factors related to age at natural menopause: longitudinal analyses from SWAN
Am J Epidemiol
World Population Prospects 2019. Population by broad age groups—female, 2019. United Nations website
N.F. Woods et al.
Quality of life, menopause, and hormone therapy: an update and recommendations for future research editorial
M. Geukes et al.
The impact of menopausal symptoms on work ability
R. Kagan et al.
Impact of sleep disturbances on employment and work productivity among midlife women in the US SWAN database: a brief report
J. Whiteley et al.
Impact of the severity of vasomotor symptoms on health status, resource use, and productivity
M. Hickey et al.
No sweat: managing menopausal symptoms at work
J Psychosom Obstet Gynaecol
G. Jack et al.
Temporality and gendered agency: menopausal subjectivities in women’s work
Hum Relations
N.E. Avis et al.
Study of Women's Health Across the Nation (SWAN). Duration of menopausal vasomotor symptoms over the menopause transition
JAMA Intern Med
E.W. Freeman et al.
Risk of long-term hot flashes after natural menopause: evidence from the Penn Ovarian Aging Study cohort
N. Coslov et al.
Symptom experience during the late reproductive stage and the menopausal transition: observations from the Women Living Better survey
A.L. Hersh et al.
National use of postmenopausal hormone therapy: annual trends and response to recent evidence
B.L. Sprague et al.
A sustained decline in postmenopausal hormone use: results from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999-2010
Obstet Gynecol
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Why is everyone talking about menopause?
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Menopause—Biology, consequences, supportive care, and therapeutic options
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UK is considering making severe menopause a disability - Feb 2024

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