Generally speaking, a woman is said to be in menopause when she has not a period for a year. If you have not reached that point yet, you are most likely experiencing perimenopause. This phase can begin several years before menopause. It is your body’s way of transitioning towards menopause. For most women, it starts …

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Curt Warner - Editor NMA
Submitted by: Curt Warner - Editor NMA