The leader of the study Dhananjay Vaidya, Ph.D, told that if physicians knew that a patient has entered menopause before 46, they can be open-eyed in recommending as well as offering treatments to serve prevent stroke and heart attacks. If at all possible, their findings reveal that it is also quite important to avoid early menopause.
He added that women who smokes reached their menopause 2 years earlier on average compared to women who does not smoke. The scientists told that their results about early menopause’s negative impact were same whether the woman reached it in a natural way or surgically, via remotion of reproductive organs. But they told that more study is needed in this.
Vaidya told that ovary removal could be averted in more instances and that could save patients from stroke and heart disease by holding up the onset of menopause. Previous researches had revealed the relation between early menopause and heart disease among white women, but the same associations had not been shown in diverse populations.