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Signs Of Menopause And Handling The Symptoms

Every woman of certain age is going to enter a part of her life when she is in menopause, which means that she will no longer have menstrual cycles. While this is quite a big relief for some, women who planned to become mothers at one point do not handle this situation that well, which makes their body develop some additional symptoms as they enter menopause.

When does menopause begin?

Professionals at Australian Menopause Centre as well as doctors all around the world agreed that menopause begins when a woman does not have a menstrual cycle for twelve consecutive months. While there are usually no further menstrual cycles after twelve months have passed from one, that does not always have to be the case, even if it is quite rare that it is not.

What are the common signs?

The most obvious sign out there, that is present at all women, are irregular periods. If you notice that your periods are coming too close to each other, such as every two or three weeks, or too late from one another, which can be even a couple of months, you are then in perimenopause, as stage that comes before menopause.

Some common signs of perimenopause besides irregular periods are hot flashes, mood swings, vaginal dryness, lowered libido, fatigue, reduced muscle mass, joint stiffness, aches, strange pains, and many other symptoms.

By taking care of menopause symptoms, you will regain happiness

Hot flashes

One of the most common symptoms present at women who have entered perimenopause are hot flashes, and while they are quite common, the way hot flashes are expressed are different from person to person. Someone can have hot flashes on their face, while someone else can have them on their neck or chest.

This symptom manifests in a way to make the patient feel an overwhelming heat in a certain part of their body, and this presence of heat is usually followed by redness and sweating. Hot flashes are also called night sweats if they happen during the night, because they will most likely cause the patient to become overwhelmed with sweat while they are sleeping.

Treatment for these symptoms

Because everyone has different symptoms during perimenopause and menopause, for years, it was quite difficult to find a solution to all of them. However, today, you can try out the natural hormones according to Australian Menopause Centre and other experts, as that is the best medical option out there.

Treatment with natural hormones works by targeting each symptom individually, however, all of the hormones will supplement each other, and there are no side effects during the treatment. You will notice that you are returning to your normal self after two or three days once you start taking these hormones, and you will usually have to stick to the hormones for a while in order to go around all the symptoms.

You can find all the necessary information about this treatment, as well as information about perimenopause and menopause in general at Australian Menopause Centre – Health Direct or you can schedule an appointment at your doctor and ask them questions instead.

Some unorthodox medicine can also help

Final Word

It is quite a big deal that hormone therapy treatments were perfected in the last few years. This treatment was available somewhere in 2000s, however, it had some side effects with it. Today, if you undergo this treatment, the only effect they are going to make for you is make you feel no menopause symptoms at all.