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Anonymous asked in HealthWomen's Health · 1 month ago

For women who are in perimenopause?

How did you know you were in perimenopause?

Dr. Google mentions that changes in your menstrual cycle are a sign of early perimenopause and I've noticed that my periods seem lighter and last fewer days than before. It's been this way for a year now and I'm only 29. I've also been getting yeast infections (that go away with my period) and I think they may be hormonal.

I feel ok for the most part of the month, but closer to my period, I get headaches and dont feel good. Once, I had dizziness for the first two days of my period. So my PMS is getting worse than usual so I am worried.

My cycles are still regular, but my periods last for fewer days. Should I be worried?

If its perimenopause,do the symptoms usually last all month rather than just the week of your period, how do you know the difference?

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    You're way, way too young for perimenopause. It's usually a few years before menopause, sometimes as many as six, typically three or four. I don't see this as the reason for your symptoms, which seem pretty vague.

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