This is less likely, but never the less it is possible.Yes, you can get pregnant when you are going through menopause.
I started going through menopause at age 32, diagnosed at 34. My mother and grandmother both had been through it by 40
Menopause can occur in an individuals 30s or 60s. However, the average age of a woman going through menopause is 51.4 years old.
There is no change in the colour of urine during menopause.
Yes, you will likely have withdrawal bleeding if you're on the pill, even if you're going through menopause.
you will have your "menopause either in your late 40's or early 50's
It may be you are going through menopause.
Many women counteract menopause by taking estrogen. Estrogen is a hormone that is in short supply when a woman is going through menopause.
For both, the primary sign is amenorrhea (absence of menstruation). Other signs would be morning sickness (for pregnancy) and hot flashes (for menopause).
She's going through menopause.
If it is several years after menopause, pregnancy is unlikely. However, if you are still going through menopause, taking precautions would be wise.
Menopause can give you a false positive with all of the hormone changes your body is going through.