Indian Menopause Treatment market size was valued at USD XX Billion in 2019 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of XX% from 2019 to 2028
India has a large population, which has already crossed the 1 billion mark with 71 million people over 60 years of age and the number of menopausal women about 43 million. Projected figures in 2026 have estimated the population in India will be 1.4 billion, people over 60 years 173 million, and the menopausal population 103 million. Average age of menopause is 47.5 years in Indian women with an average life expectancy of 71 years. Menopause is a natural process which marks the end of menstrual cycles and it is also known as Climacteric. It can also be associated by decrease in estrogen and progesterone levels. The typical age for experiencing menopause is 45 – 55 years and varies individually. Some women will find it difficult while going through this stage; symptoms include weight gain, hot flashes, and vaginal dryness. These symptoms continue for around 4 years after last period and for 12 years for around 10% of women. Menopause requires treatment for relieving the signs and preventing the chronic conditions related to it or occurs due to aging. In order to curb these symptoms there is a growing demand in medication and technology which can be the key benefits in menopause treatment market.
The major factor driving the growth of Indian menopause treatment market is awareness among middle aged women and their changing lifestyles. On the other hand, there is tremendous growth in menopausal symptoms and it is estimated that around 80% of women experience common symptoms like mood change, joint pain, headaches, hot flashes and night sweats. Therefore, NICE has recommended Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) for hot flashes and night sweats. Moreover, rising investment in R&D activities along with new product launches in the market is expected to fuel the growth of menopause treatment market. In some developing countries, discussing about menstrual cycles considered as taboo as well as lack of developed healthcare infrastructure is expected to hamper the growth of menopause treatment market. In addition, herbal and natural treatment options turn out to be the major opportunity and support the market growth in a long run.