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Hi, I am 45. My period is 3 days late. I was intimate during my fertility period. Test neg. having sx, fatigue, breast tenderness. Menopause?

Hi, I am 45. My period is 3 days late. I was intimate during my fertility period. Test neg. having sx, fatigue, breast tenderness. Menopause?

Perimenopause: Menopause is absence of menses for one year. In the months and years prior to menopause, the menstrual pattern can change, often with longer cycles. This time is called perimenopause. Pregnancy may still be possible, so a pregnancy test should be repeated in a week or two if menses does not appear. ...Read more

Dr. Regina Hampton
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Breast Tenderness (Definition)

Your breasts may provide the first signs to you that you are pregnant. Women's breasts often get extremely tender and begin increasing in size very early in pregnancy. These changes are preparing you for breastfeeding. The size may increase throughout the first 3 months of pregnancy. It is important to wear a bra that fits and supports your breasts throughout your pregnancy. Your nipples and areolas (the darker skin around the nipples) will darken early in pregnancy. By weeks 12-14, you may start leaking colostrum from your breasts. Colostrum is a fluid made up of water, proteins, minerals, and antibodies that you will feed your baby for the first few days ...Read more


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Is it normal to have tender breast during pre menopause ? And what can you take for it?

Is it normal to have tender breast during pre menopause ? And what can you take for it?

Breast pain: Tender breast is a common complaint and usually occurs the week before the cycle. This is from low Progesterone levels which can also cause emir PMS symptoms, poor sleep, bloating, and irregular periods. Keep track of your symptoms and your doctor can help figure out if you are more estrogen or Progesterone dominant. Avoiding caffeine, oil of primrose may help to. ...Read more

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Does a FSH level of 45.7 perimenopause or menopause? severe flashes, sweating and breast tenderness

Does a FSH level of 45.7 perimenopause or menopause? severe flashes, sweating and breast tenderness

Suggests menopause: That level suggests menopause. Since you are above tha average age (51), it's likely you've gone through menopause. ...Read more

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Im almost 37, week before menstruation. Moodier than normal, breast tenderness, night sweats, this seems to be happen every month lately. Menopause?

Im almost 37, week before menstruation. Moodier than normal, breast tenderness, night sweats, this seems to be happen every month lately. Menopause?

Premenstrual syndrom: This sounds more like PMS than menopause. With the approach of menopause, your periods usually become less regular. The incidence of PMS increases as we age and more women have it in their 20's than in their teens and more in their 30's than in their 20's. Exercise is a big help with PMS. There are also some diet changes and supplements that you can try. For drug treatment the SSRI's are used most ...Read more

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Does adivert cause breast tenderness?

Does adivert cause breast tenderness?

Check spelling: Checkout the spelling of your medication. The closest medication i can relate would be antivert, (meclizine) which is usually pervert ago. And I am not familiar with that causing breast tenderness. ...Read more

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Does Sprintec BC cause breast tenderness?

Does Sprintec BC cause breast tenderness?

Yes: Any type of hormonal birth control can cause breast tenderness. Breast tenderness prior to the start of a woman's period is very common, even when the woman is not using hormonal birth control. ...Read more

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I have breast tenderness, feeling sick, help?

I have breast tenderness, feeling sick, help?

Usually hormonal: Usually gets better after menses if it is a major problem, seeing an md may be helpful. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about breast tenderness and growing pains?

Can you tell me about breast tenderness and growing pains?

Decrease caffeine: You most likely have fibrocystic changes. These are common. Try decreasing caffeine (coffee, tea, soda pop, iced tea, chocolate) and lowering stress. You can seek out a breast specialist if there is no relief. ...Read more

Dr. Janet Greenhut
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Menopause (Definition)

Menopause is defined as the absence of menstrual periods for 12 months. During menopause, the ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone. After the complete transition into menopause, women can no longer get pregnant. The average age for menopause is 51 years old. Symptoms include dry vaginal tissue, irregular periods, hot flashes, mood ...Read more