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PERIMENOPAUSE – — The Change before the “ CHANGE”

Dear Friends,

Do you feel “shy’, “too young” or “too old” to talk about menopause & its side effects. No dear! Leave all the inhibitions & feel free to discuss about it at length . You must be feeling why? Because my dear, every woman has to face it. As every girl faces “menarche”, i.e., attaining puberty, like-wise, every woman has to go through “menopause” but before reaching menopause, women go through a transitional  period called “perimenopause”. You’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase “biological clock” used in the context of woman’s fertility. It refers to the window of prime baby making years before she reaches menopause, when her menstrual  cycles end: But the timeline towards menopause isn’t  as linear – or clear cut- as it’s sometimes made out to be. Before menopause, women go through a transitional period known as perimenopause. The transition can last anywhere from two to five years. Once a woman has gone without a menstrual period for 12 months, she’s considered fully menopausal. Perimenopause onset can vary from person to person, it can be as early as 30 yrs. of age or as late as 60 years of age. Symptoms  can also differ from person to person – and even from month to month in individuals – making perimenopause “ difficult for both patients and doctors to recognize” .

Still, there are a few common signs that can indicate a patient is entering perimenopause. So I have tried to simplify the same in the following pages If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, talk to your doctor, who can help you come up with a treatment plan to manage them.

So, my dear folks, feel free to talk about “Perimenopause” with your doctor, your family,  friends & help liberate yourselves from the “ so – called hyped – up” scenario of “Menopause”. It’s not a disease, it’s a phase of life!!!

“Stay Healthy, Stay Happy”

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