The cycle before menopause: the nuances that you should pay attention to…

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Many perceive this as the norm: menstruation did not come, which means that menopause has come. In fact, the diagnosis of menopause is always made after the fact – one year after the last menstruation. Question: should I wait this year or should I immediately consult a doctor in case of a delay? And if you decide to wait, then how to react if menstruation resumed after a couple of months? In a very small percentage of cases, menopause occurs suddenly and without warning. Usually, a few years before it, cycle fluctuations begin – more often lengthening, less often – shortening. And they should not be considered an age norm. In any case, changing the cycle is a reason to see a doctor and start an examination.

In most cases, the period of perimenopause lasts one to three years, sometimes up to five to six years. Delays between cycles during this transitional period can be up to three to four months.

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