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Research Article

Hormone Replacement Therapy: Lebanese Women’s Awareness, Perception, and Acceptance

Table 1

Demographic data.

Total N = 123

Age groupMean (±SD)50.18 ± 8.72
Number of children deliveredNone18 (14.8)
At least one child104 (85.2)
Marital statusMarried106 (86.2)
Not married17 (13.8)
EmploymentEmployed56 (49.6)
Unemployed57 (50.4)
EducationSchool32 (29.4)
University77 (70.6)
SmokingNonsmoker89 (78.1)
Smoker25 (21.9)
History of OCP useYes89 (78.1)
Medical historyYes53 (44.2)
Menstrual statusPremenopausal53 (43.1)
Perimenopausal18 (14.6)
Postmenopausal52 (42.3)
Type of menopause in the case of menopaused femaleSpontaneous41 (78.8)
Surgical intervention7 (13.5)
Medical treatment4 (7.7)
Menopausal symptomsNone5 (7.5)
One symptom10 (14.9)
Hot flashes4 (6.0)
Mood swings1 (1.5)
Feeling more tired than usual1 (1.5)
Weight gain1 (1.5)
Vaginal dryness1 (1.5)
Facial hair growth2 (3.0)
More than 2 symptoms52 (77.6)
Menopause duration in yearsMean (±SD)7.99 ± 7.33

Values presented in parenthesis are in %.

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