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That would be all but impossible
You quit having periods and don't have any spotting. You stop having hot flashes or night sweats. You hardly ever have mood swings. It only takes two or three years at the most to finish menopause.
Absolutely, not so different than the PMS symptom that you have had for years with your period. Progesterone can also cause that if you are taking it as a supplement.
If you just had your uterus and cervix removed your ovaries will still be functioning and you will still go through the menopause. The average age being 51.7 years. If you had your ovaries removed at the time of the hysterectomy then you would have gone into immediate surgical menopause at that time.
No, you can't still ovulate after menopause. Menopause is the process by which a woman's body comes to the end of it's reproductive years and the woman stops producing eggs. Although menopause can take years, once through menopause there is no more ovulation.
Women can have decreasing hormones during 7 years before entering menopause. This time is called pre-menopause.
i am being weaned off of Premarin after taking it for 12 years for menopausal symptoms. What can i expect.
Hysterectomy is the removal of uterus. As natural menopause is caused by the gradual failing of the ovaries this is when menopause occurs.
If it is several years after menopause, pregnancy is unlikely. However, if you are still going through menopause, taking precautions would be wise.
Ask your mother how old she was when she went through menopause,then make an appointment with your doctor.
Peri-menopause and menopause are two different things, one leading to the other. You are likely experiencing peri-menopause, which can go on for a few years before menopause actually takes place. www.menopause.org/ is an excellent site with all kinds of information about symptoms, therapies and support.
Menopause can occur in an individuals 30s or 60s. However, the average age of a woman going through menopause is 51.4 years old.
It sounds like the onset of menopause. When this occurs, you'll find normal reproductive related functions going a bit wonky. Look closely and see if you're experiencing other symptoms that might indicate menopause.
plan to have another babay if pre menopause occured for the last 10 years?
Yes! This is a typical side effect of menopause... 2.5 years hospital experience
On average, menopause occurs at 51 years of age. This is only an average, and many women go through menopause earlier or later than that. It can occur anywhere between 40 and 60 years of age. If it is earlier than 40, then it is considered early menopause. Some women go through menopause because of surgery or because it's chemically induced. Women who smoke tend to go through menopause a little earlier than others. Menopause is said to occur after 12 consecutive months with no period.
That are not many steps that you can take to delay menopause. Menopause is just something that happens to your body. You should try to stay as healthy as possible.
Most people have amenorrhea (no periods) after being on the Depo-Provera for 3 years, though some spotting can occur also.
As soon as you notice some irregularity in your periods, you might be starting the process, which is called peri-menopause. That will be your condition for as long as you have period, which could be anywhere from 5 to 15 years depending on all factors of your health and family history. When you have not had a period for a full 12 months, you would then be considered in full menopause. In fact, once you've gone the year without a period (or spotting), you are actually Post-menopausal. Talk to other women and discuss everything about menopause at http://www.minniepauz.com Join the forum and ask questions of a qualified doctor.
Cats do not have a menopause, so it is likely that your cat, despite being 13 years old, is just experiencing a natural event.
Yes as if you have just had the uterus removed you still have your ovaries. The menopause is caused by the ovaries not producing as much estrogen as you age.