Is there a test to determine if someone is going through premature menopause or perimenopause?

Yes. Premature menopause occurs before 35 and you will have high fsh levels. If after 35, you have perimenopause. Menopause only occurs after one year of not having periods.

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Are you in perimenopause or premature menopause at 38?

Peri or both. You can be perimenopausal at age 38 but you will not be considered to have premature menopause until you have not had a period for 1 year before age 40. Read more...
Depends. Premature menopause means you stopped having your period for over one year at an early age (around 40 or younger). Perimenopause is the time before menopause when women can experience menopausal symptoms, but still have periods (albeit irregular). This can last about 1-6 years for most women. So if you are still have a period you &having symptoms your are perimenopausal. Read more...