This study aimed to determine the Psychological and Physiological Symptoms of Selected Menopausal Women in Igpit, Opol, Misamis Oriental. It focused on three questions, namely: (1) What is the profile of the respondents in terms of age, civil status, educational attainment, and occupation? (2) What are the common symptoms of menopause in terms of psychological, and physiological and, (3) Is there a significant difference in the symptoms of menopausal in terms of age, civil status, educational attainment, and occupation?
In answering these problems, the researchers used the descriptive design. The descriptive method was further used to determine the significant difference between the independent and dependent variables involved in the study.
The analysis yielded the following results: (1) More than one-half of the respondents were ranging from 56-60 age brackets and claimed married. Most of them were not able to finish high school education but were employed. (2) Majority of the respondents often experienced fatigue and irritability during menopausal and hypertension. (3) On tests of significant difference, it was found out that age, civil status, educational attainment and occupation did not significantly affect the symptoms of menopausal. Therefore, the hypothesis formulated was accepted.
On the basis of the findings, the following conclusions are drawn: There was more or less similar level of the respondents’ assessment on the symptoms of menopausal in terms of psychological and physiological. By these findings, it came out that there was no significant difference in the symptoms of menopausal when the age, civil status, educational attainment, and occupation were considered and the hypothesis was accepted.