The next question is:
Let me describe the case-history of an individual I observed in my neighbourhood:
Several years ago, I visited my Veterinary doctor friend.
Let me give you a brick (weighing 1 kg.) to hold it in your (both) hands.
As a result of such losses, the woman would experience the following characteristics:
By the END of her first menopausal month, the calcium-loss would NOT occur.
As a result, all the calcium her body had gathered during the past one month stays within her body – gets stored in the soft cells all over, thus increasing her overall body weight. In addition, her body becomes firmer a bit.
The breasts too, for sure, would keep on increasing in shape, size and firmness.
However some of the so-called auto-immune diseases, such Vitiligo, wherein the skin's pigments get destroyed by the EXCESSIVE CALCIUM THAT HAS ACCUMULATED WITHIN THE BODY that makes the skin depigmented and WHITE, is NOT an auto-immune disease*. Since the aetiology is different, it should not be categorised under this group as an auto-immune disease.
(* If Vitiligo is to be considered as an auto-immune disease, the skin should receive far too much of melanin pigments beyond the usable extent - beyond the tolerance limit, and then the brain should destroy the whole lot of melanin pigments in the ENTIRE body all at once, and that should become make the person totally whitish!
I have CURED several cases of Vitiligo / Leukoderma cases, simply by DE-CALCIFYING the body of the sufferer that involved several steps. If it is an auto-immune disease, the condition should remain IRREVERSIBLE, as in the cases of osteoporosis, type-1 diabetes, hypothyroiditis, etc.)
In their subsequent study, they may want to include monitoring of a few more parameters such as tracing the water intake/urine output ratio, the intake of calcium through food and drinks, the calcium contents in the LYMPH fluids (no point in trying to monitor the blood calcium, for the Calcitonin pushes out the 'extras' into the lymph fluid), etc. which would yield a better understanding of the osteoporosis / wrist fracture connections in relation to the post-menopausal stages.
I hope, my suggestions are taken in good spirit.
Until I come up with some other write-up,