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The term "menopause" can be daunting on its own, but coupled with the words "abnormal bleeding" may cause extra concern. Consulting with your women's health care provider will determine the cause and next steps.
Menopause can be a blessing and a curse. Learn how to tell if you're in menopause, what to expect and how to manage symptoms.
Did you know the menopausal transition, known as perimenopause, begins four years before a woman’s final menstrual cycle? It’s true, and it's important to know that perimenopausal symptoms are common and usually diminish with time.
Sometime around her 51st birthday, the average woman in the U.S. will experience menopause. With the change comes a host of symptoms, including hot flashes, weight gain, bone loss, sleep disturbances, mood changes and a decreased sex drive.
Do you have questions about menopause? Get answers to some frequently asked questions about what happens before, during and after menopause.
For some women, menopause can be challenging. A greater understanding of the symptoms and treatments can help smooth the natural transition.