I’m 47 i’ve been going through pre-menopause is over for about three years and my periods been very happy but just recently for two weeks I’ve been having hot flashes and I haven’t had my period since last month this is Norma
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I am 40 years old. First of all I was 4 weeks late on, my period, now I have been on it for about 17 days. Is that normal. I think I am going through peri menapause, I just want to no if that is normal or should I go see a doctor..
Furthermore, you may experience night sweats without going through Menopause, characterized by a year-long disruption in your menstrual cycle, is a natural. Although menopause is often a time of physical and mental discomfort, it is not a After menopause you will no longer have periods and, therefore, you will not Source:http://www.ehow.com/about_5445941_night-sweats-menopause-lymphoma.html
Going through menopause may take one to two years. Perimenopause You can have many menopause-like symptoms during perimenopause. The hormones estrogen and progesterone help control your monthly periods. Menopause Women often go through menopause at about the same age as their mothers did.
I had unprotected sex a couple days after my period went i’ve been having head aches, then my period came on off…my breast have been sore and two weeks early for the first t
some women dont produce the pregnant hormone till they are like later in the pregnancy!! thats how like some women go for like a long time without knowing they are pregnant! so you can probably be one of them?? if i were you i would go to the doctor!! I took a shit load of pregnancy tests recently when i was 8 days late!! and all were positive and went to the doctor! Sometimes your urine cant really detect it and not that reliable! False negatives happen a lot! So go to the doctor and get blood work done!But than when i took my tests!! I had all the symptoms of like getting my period like what i always get before, Increase of appetite, cramping and boobs hurting!! but it never came!! than slowly more symptoms came!! I became more tired and nauseous!!and eventually morning sickness set in! so maybe wait a few more days????
Menopause is the period in a woman's life when her menstruation ceases. Yes, It is true that a women can become pregnant while going through the first stages of menopause. Do your feet get bigger when you go through menopause? . If you have depression difficulties – that often leads to lack of sexual appetite.
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