Just because you’ve not yet hit the menopause, doesn’t mean you can’t begin to experience symptoms.
Welcome to the perimenopause.
The perimenopause (the prequel to the menopause) usually kicks off a few years before the menopause. For some women the perimenopause lasts a few months, for others it can be years.
Unlike the menopause, which is defined 12 consecutive months without a menstrual cycle, during the perimenopause you can still continue to ovulate.
How do you know if you’re going through the perimenopause?
Here are some common symptoms of the perimenopause.
- Hot flashes
- Night sweats
- Irregular periods
- Changes to your mood
- Lack of concentration
- Vaginal dryness
- Lower sex drive.
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