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How old is the average woman when she stops having her period?

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2014-03-26 19:39:41
2014-03-26 19:39:41

Around 50 but there is a wide variation. Normally 45-55 but some are earier and very few later.

I was 43, my mother and grandmother were 42 but my 43 year old sister is still having normal periods.

The only sign I had of menopause was that my periods stopped, a family thing too.

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