Dermatosis Associated with Menopause

    October 2014 in “ Journal of Mid-life Health
    Pragya A Nair
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    TLDR Menopause can cause skin issues, and seeing a dermatologist helps.
    This article discusses various dermatological conditions associated with menopause, including hair loss, hot flashes, and vulvovaginal candidiasis. The causes and treatments for each condition are outlined, with options ranging from cosmetic methods to systemic anti-androgens and hormone replacement therapy. The document emphasizes the importance of identifying and referring menopausal women with dermatosis to dermatologists for optimal care.
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