Your Personal Guide to Pre-Menopause Symptoms

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Your P ersonal Guide to Pre-Menopause Symptoms

While menopause doesn’t begin for most women until around the age of 50, many women will begin experiencing pre-menopause symptoms as early as their late 30’s or early 40’s. These pre-menopause symptoms are simply a sign that the estrogen levels in the body are decreasing, giving you a chance to prepare for the “change of life” that is to come. When pre-menopause or perimenopause transitions to actual menopause, the ovaries will actually stop producing eggs completely, and the menstrual cycles will end for good. However, the year or two prior to this event can accelerate the pre-menopause symptoms, and you may experience many of the signs of menopause during this time.

Signs of the “Change”

There are a number of pre-menopause symptoms that you might experience, but one of the most common is a change to your regular monthly cycle. You may see periods that are heavier or lighter than usual, or the usual 28 day span may get lengthened or shortened. If you experience heavy periods with clotting or spotting in between periods or after intercourse, you should see your doctor, since these are not typical pre-menopause symptoms. You might also experience your first hot flashes, which can be pre-menopause symptoms when they occur early on. Other symptoms might be vaginal dryness, a decrease in your libido, breast tenderness or bladder issues.

Another common pre-menopause symptom is an increased moodiness or an intensifying of your premenstrual symptoms. Difficulty sleeping or fatigue can also be a problem for women in the throes of perimenopause. If you experience any of these symptoms, you can talk to your doctor about your treatment options. It is also important to make sure that you are eating a nutritious diet and getting daily exercise, since these steps will also help you to manage these pre-menopause symptoms. It is also a good idea to make sure that you get plenty of rest during this time, and take the time to take care of yourself properly.

Treating Symptoms

Since pre-menopause symptoms can be quite uncomfortable for some women, there are options in dealing with them. First, make sure that you are drinking plenty of fluids, which means at least eight glasses of water every day. You can also give up the habits that are not good for your body like smoking and excessive alcohol consumption. It is also a good idea to begin taking a daily vitamin supplement once you begin experiencing pre-menopause symptoms, to help balance the estrogen loss. Make sure that your supplement has an adequate amount of calcium; check with your doctor as to the proper amount for you. By taking care of yourself during this time, you will be able to manage your pre-menopause symptoms effectively.

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