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Changes in cardiovascular risk factors by hysterectomy status with and without oophorectomy: Study of Women's Health Across the Nation.
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Hysterectomy with or without ovarian conservation is not a key determinant of CVD risk factor status either before or after elective surgery in midlife. Expand
Mood Symptoms After Natural Menopause and Hysterectomy With and Without Bilateral Oophorectomy Among Women in Midlife
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Women who undergo a hysterectomy with or without bilateral oophorectomy in midlife do not experience more negative mood symptoms in the years after surgery, and mood symptoms continued to improve after the final menstrual period or hysteretomy for all women. Expand
Body Mass Index Following Natural Menopause and Hysterectomy with and without Bilateral Oophorectomy
TLDR
It is suggested that accelerated weight gain follows bilateral oophorectomy among women in midlife, which may increase risk for obesity-related chronic diseases, according to a prospective examination of body mass index among middle-aged women. Expand
Negative affect and vasomotor symptoms in the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation Daily Hormone Study
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Negative affect is more likely to be reported on the same day and the day after VMS, and potential mechanisms underlying this relationship include negative cognitive appraisal, sleep disruption, and unmeasured third factors. Expand
Cognitive performance in healthy women during induced hypogonadism and ovarian steroid addback
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Examination of the effects of induced hypogonadism and ovarian steroid replacement on cognitive performance in healthy premenopausal women confirms a prior report demonstrating that short-term changes in gonadal steroids have a limited effect on cognition in young, healthy women. Expand
Cortisol dysregulation is associated with daily diary‐reported hot flashes among midlife women
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The relationship between cortisol and daily self‐reported hot flashes was examined in women during the menopause transition to investigate the role of cortisol dysregulation in hot flashes. Expand
Vasomotor Symptoms and Quality of Life Among Veteran and Non-Veteran Postmenopausal Women.
TLDR
Multicondition care models for postmenopausal Veteran and non-Veteran women are needed that incorporate management strategies for VMS, weight, and depression. Expand
Negative attitudes and affect do not predict elective hysterectomy: a prospective analysis from the Study of Women's Health Across the Nation
TLDR
In this prospective examination of the associations of negative affect, attitudes toward aging and menopause, premenstrual symptoms, and vasomotor symptoms with elective hysterectomy in midlife, negative affect and attitudes were not associated with subsequent hysteretomy. Expand
Pharmacologically Induced Hypogonadism and Sexual Function in Healthy Young Women and Men
TLDR
The data do not support a simple deficiency model for the role of gonadal steroids in human sexual function; moreover, while variable, therole of testosterone in sexual function in men is more apparent than that of estradiol or progesterone in women. Expand
Traumatic Brain Injury and Receipt of Prescription Opioid Therapy for Chronic Pain in Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans: Do Clinical Practice Guidelines Matter?
TLDR
Paradoxically, veterans with greater TBI severity and comorbid mental health burden are more likely to be prescribed opioids for chronic pain. Expand
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