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What are some signs of menopause adult content

i hate to be asking this since i'm so young but i have had no sex desire lately, i've been having some wicked crazy hot flashes... so i've been pondering with the idea that i could possibly have early onset menopause...i just want to know what some of the symptoms are...do any of you know?

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proudmommy_0811

Asked by proudmommy_0811 at 3:32 PM on Jun. 29, 2011 in Health

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  • Symptoms
    Irregular bleeding – periods will sometimes be skipped, bleeding may be lighter or heavier
    Irregular ovulation – during months when ovulation doesn’t occur, mature eggs don’t drop, this makes it hard to conceive if you’re trying to get pregnant
    Hot flashes
    Night sweats
    Insomnia – maybe a result of night sweats
    Vaginal dryness – this may cause pain during intercourse
    Loss of sex drive
    Hair thinning
    Facial hair
    Ear ringing
    Mood swings
    Difficulty concentrating
    Memory loss
    Depression
    Anxiety
    Dry skin
    A skin crawling or tingling sensation in limbs (formication)
    Incontinence – this is usually urine leakage during a cough or while laughing
    Headaches
    Muscle aches
    Osteoporosis
    MommaB30

    Answer by MommaB30 at 3:33 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

  • thank you ...
    that helps a lot
    proudmommy_0811

    Comment by proudmommy_0811 (original poster) at 3:40 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

  • And if you are too young for menopause, then get your thyroid checked.
    beckie66

    Answer by beckie66 at 3:42 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

  • i might do that ... i think imma call my doctors office tomorrow or later today after packing and set up an appointment
    proudmommy_0811

    Comment by proudmommy_0811 (original poster) at 3:43 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

  • Dear god, do we really have to get old?
    That list does not look pleasent.
    Candi1024

    Answer by Candi1024 at 3:45 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

  • MommaB30's list is pretty spot on.. When I first started peri-menopause (which is the 10-15 years before actual menopause happens. Actual menopause is when you have gone for 1 full year without a period. That usually happens in a woman's 50's) my Doc (who is a specialist in this area) gave me a list of over 30 symptoms that come along with peri-menopause. I would also like to add, a woman can start peri-menopause earlier than 40. A woman's : diet, exercise level, overall health level, drinking during her lifetime, smoking during her lifetime, using drugs during her lifetime and a few other things can actually contribute to early perimenopause in some women.

    I started peri-menopause when I was 40. I'm now 49 so I am in the thick of it right now.. lol I must say though, I have had an increase in sex drive not a decrease over the past few years. I keep my 50 year old husband on his toes in that area lol...
    pixie_trix

    Answer by pixie_trix at 3:57 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

  • I'm only 22 ... so I am hoping that there is something else causing these wacky symptoms
    proudmommy_0811

    Comment by proudmommy_0811 (original poster) at 4:13 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

  • If you are only 22.. Make an appointment with your doc and get checked out. Have them check your hormone levels and thyroid levels.  Early peri-menopause is usually mid to late 30's not early 20's.. So go in for a full work up and physical when it's possible for you to do so.

    pixie_trix

    Answer by pixie_trix at 4:23 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

  • that's what i'm gonna do i'm gonna call tomorrow morning & make an appointment for as soon as possible ...
    proudmommy_0811

    Comment by proudmommy_0811 (original poster) at 4:29 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

  • gee, i have all of those, i am doomed,,, who said getting old is the golden years??? DO they mean just the PEE???? ha ha
    gardenchic

    Answer by gardenchic at 5:05 PM on Jun. 29, 2011

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