Menopause is the period that marks the finish of your menstrual cycle. It is diagnosed after you have gone 12 months without a menstrual period.
Menopause is a natural biological procedure. Nevertheless, the bodily symptoms, like hot flashes, and psychological symptoms of menopause can interrupt your sleep, decrease your energy or influence psychological wellness. There are lots of effective treatments available, from lifestyle alterations to hormone treatment.
- Irregular intervals
- Vaginal dryness
- Hot flashes
- Night Infection
- Sleep issues
- Disposition changes
- Weight gain and slowed metabolism
- Scrub hair and dry skin
- reduction of breast fullness
Symptoms, for example, changes in childbirth, are different for each woman. Most likely, you are going to encounter some irregularities in your periods until the end.
Skipping periods during perimenopause is normal and expected. Many times, menstrual intervals will jump a month and reunite, or bypass a few months and then begin monthly cycles for a month or two. Periods also often take place on shorter cycles, so they’re closer together. Despite irregular intervals, pregnancy is possible. If you have skipped a time but are not certain you have begun the menopausal transition, then think about a pregnancy test.
We may recommend other tests and examinations, also, such as thyroid testing if indicated by your background, and breast and rectal exams.