A woman's production of the hormone estrogen starts to decline in her mid-30s. Most women enter menopause between the ages of 45 and 55, when menstrual periods stop and estrogen levels drop sharply. At this point, a woman’s estrogen production is only about one-tenth the amount it was before menopause.
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