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 Age at Your Final Menstrual Period:
Type O: 50-54 (9 votes)
27.27%
Type A: 50-54 (7 votes)
21.21%
Type A: 45-49 (7 votes)
21.21%
Type O: 55-60 (3 votes)
9.09%
Type O: 45-49 (2 votes)
6.06%
Type O: 40-44 (2 votes)
6.06%
Type A: <40 or 61+ (2 votes)
6.06%
Type A: 55-60 (1 votes)
3.03%
Type O: <40 or 61+ (0 votes)
0%
Type A: 40-44 (0 votes)
0%
33 Votes Total Last vote Saturday, June 1, 2013, 2:48am by Ladyhawk58
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BluesSinger
Wednesday, December 12, 2012, 7:57pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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So did anyone notice their skin beginning to sag more and more after menopause... ?  They say after your hormones shift you really begin to age quickly as the collegen stores disappear rapidly after that.  

I haven't noticed too much... but I started using the Genoma Derma supps and the facial cream which seems to be like a miracle cream!  
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san j
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Quoted from BluesSinger
So did anyone notice their skin beginning to sag more and more after menopause... ?  They say after your hormones shift you really begin to age quickly as the collegen stores disappear rapidly after that.  

I haven't noticed too much... but I started using the Genoma Derma supps and the facial cream which seems to be like a miracle cream!  
Interesting question, though not being polled.
A thread on Menopausal symptoms, if not already in existence, would be Da Place.  
Thanks!



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Ah, I didn't see it.  Thanks, y'all.


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Family: 3 As, 1 B, 1 AB, 1 O
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I didn't notice any "sagging" until I was over sixty, but I had lost a good bit of weight, so that could have been the main cause of it. However, the advantages far outweigh any little wrinkles here and there!!


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Thanks for the cohosh and thyme info, Deblynn!
I am passing it on to my O friend.

At a glance, seems like O and A women experience menopause a bit earlier than our B and AB friends. hmmm.... I wonder if we (O's and A"s) begin somewhat earlier, also?


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You could make a new poll asking about onset of menses.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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At a glance, seems like O and A women experience menopause a bit earlier than our B and AB friends.

You must be "glancing" at data I can't see. Wanna share it? Thanks!



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I remember having my first period when I was 11ish. I had a partial hysterectomy in my late 40s - yes fibroids. So havent had a period since.  Turned 60 end of November this year.
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San J,
There was a poll for B and AB also.
At a glance, looked like more O's and A's experienced earlier menopause.


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San J,
There was a poll for B and AB also.
At a glance, looked like more O's and A's experienced earlier menopause.

Darlin':
I'm the one who posted that poll.
So far, only 4 people have responded to it (at the time of this posting).
One B last menstruated at 55-60, one at 50-54, and one at 45-49; one AB last menstruated at either <40 or >60.
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1354152124/s-2/#num2

Sorry, but there simply aren't enough data there to state that it seems O and A women experience menopause earlier than B and AB women. Do you not agree?


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Hence, "at a glance"...
There were 13 O's and A's before age 54 and 5 before age 49...so, "at a glance"
just seemed like more...and yes, of course, more data needed.
Nothing to do with this poll, but I know 2 type B women; one a good friend, was 60 and the other, age 58 hasn't stopped yet.  


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Quoted from cajun
Hence, "at a glance"...
There were 13 O's and A's before age 54 and 5 before age 49...so, "at a glance"
just seemed like more...and yes, of course, more data needed.
Nothing to do with this poll, but I know 2 type B women; one a good friend, was 60 and the other, age 58 hasn't stopped yet.  

Sorry, Cajun.
You're saying that the B/AB poll showing a grand total of 4 responses (one of which is of a B woman whose menses stopped at 55+) shows that the B allele leads to later menopause? This is simply not to be gleaned from these data.  



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No, San J.....
I didn't say anything specific about the B allele leading to later menopause.
I merely remarked on what I saw at a glance between the 2 polls.  
Again, to find a real answer, additional research is needed.



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