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Good News for Older Mothers....... from the The Checkup by Perri Klass M.D. Spril 3, 2017
(Source: New York Times)

Well Woman's Check
Osteopenia is the thinning of bone mass.
While this decrease in bone mass is not
usually considered "severe," it is
considered a very serious risk factor for
the development of osteoporosis.
GOOD BONE                               BAD BONE
Menopause is defined as the absence of
menstrual periods for 12 months. It is
the time in a woman's life when the
function of the ovaries ceases.

Most women should start getting regular
Pap smears at age 21. Some women may
be at increased risk for cancer or
Welcome to pregnancy! This is the start of
an incredible journey. To help you along,
we offer info on pregnancy aches and
pains, weight gain and nutrition.
Birth control is how you prevent
pregnancy before it begins. There are
lots of different methods that work really
well and are easy to use.
The menstrual cycle is the monthly
series of changes a woman's body goes
through in preparation for the possibility
of pregnancy.
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