A Las Vegas man may have been diagnosed with the signs of Menospasm, a condition characterized by a sudden change in the way the body functions after menopausis.

The man was treated at a hospital in Las Vegas, and he was expected to make a full recovery, according to the hospital.

The condition is also known as Menosomia, or a lack of sex drive, and is not the same as menopu- sism.

Dr. Robert McNeil, an ophthalmologist who treated the man, said the signs were not specific to menopos- sis but were caused by a deficiency of sex hormones.

The condition affects about one in every 5,000 women in the U.S., according to an analysis of medical data.

It’s a condition that can cause the loss of facial hair, loss of the ability to urinate and loss of bladder control.

McNeil said Menopausitis can be triggered by certain drugs or certain medications.

McNeil said that although there is no cure, he believes menopusis can be treated.

“It’s very difficult to treat it.

The body will just go through some things and it will come back.

But once you’re diagnosed, you’re going to be fine,” he said.

In addition to Menopusias symptoms, the man had a history of depression, anxiety, stress and insomnia.

He had undergone two vasectomies and had a hysterectomy to stop a cyst from forming, according a report in the New York Times.