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Ttle change in the prevalence of women reporting bothersome pains.CommentsAbout two thirds of the women in this selected group of women reported vasomotor symptoms and about half reported them being bothersome symptoms. There was a notable variation in the development over time in the prevalence of bothersome symptoms. The development over time was related both to the timing of entering the study,
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Ughly the same level. Table 3 gives the results of the longitudinal analysis in which the same women were followed from one survey to another. There were some differences by the number of follow-ups (how early or late the woman was recruited) as well as by compliance with the surveys (did she skip some of the surveys, group "Intermittent surveys" in Table 3). In the groups with only three or twoTa
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Ed in participating in a randomised trial, of which 4295 women were found to be eligible according to the preliminary assessment. The eligibility criteria included age of 50 to 64 and an elapsed time of 12 months or more since the last period at the randomisation stage [21]. A personal invitation was mailed to eligible women in 1999?001. A total of 2323 women responded to the invitation to visit t
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Ffice buildings in Singapore. Indoor Air 2003, 13:315?31.24. Statish U, Mendell MJ, Shekhar K, Hotchi T, Sullivan D, Streufert S, Fisk WJ: Is CO2 an indoor pollutant? Direct effects of low-to-moderate CO2 concentrations on human decision-making performance. Environ Health Perspect 2012, 120(12):1671?677. 25. Wargocki P, Wyon DP, Sundell J, Clausen G, Fanger PO: The effects of outdoor air supply ra
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Omen with bothersome symptoms first increased and then decreased. Conclusions: There was a notable variability in the development of disturbing vasomotor symptoms over time in a selected group of women aged 50?9. Population-based follow-up studies of untreated women would be useful to estimate the symptom burden. Keywords: Menopausal symptoms, Duration, Follow-up, EstoniaBackground A number of stu
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Unmilola OM, Taiwo LO: Experience of menopausal symptoms by women in an urban community in Ibadan, Nigeria. Menopause 2008, 16:1?. 5. R str K, Bengtsson C, Lissner L, Milsom I, Sundh V, Bj kelund C: A longitudinal study of the treatment of hot flushes: the population study of women in Gothenburg during a quarter of a century. Menopause 2002, 9:156?61. 6. National Institutes of Health state of sci
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En 19?4.Our sample size was too small to analyze this in relation to background characteristics to explain the variation. The results of the longitudinal analysis (comparing the same women over time) and those of the cross-sectional analysis showed relatively similar results. Thus, we can interpret the cross-sectional data as generally summing up the experience of all women throughout the followup
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Uscript. RL commented the manuscript. PV participated in the designing of the analysis and commented the manuscript. All authors read and approved the final manuscript. Acknowledgement This study was partly financed by Academy of Finland grant 2007?010 (decision number 115088). We thank all women who participated in the trial, the trial staff at clinical centres, and the staff at the National Inst