Multiple symptoms. The main symptom of menopause is absence of menstrual cycle. Although a lot of women experience, hot flashes, night sweats, mood changes and skip menstrual cycles before the periods cease completely.
Menopausal symptoms. Usually have a gradual onset and may come and go making the transition very unpredictable. Usually sleep disruption is the first symptom. Irregular menses are common as well as mood swings and hot flashes. Lucky women have menses that get lighter over time and then stop. Many women have very heavy bleeding that can interfere with daily activities and requires intervention.
Menopause. Hot flashes, irritability, mood swings and dryness are some of the common symptoms for the menopause. We offer bio-identcal therapy to make a healthy transition.
Many. Common symptoms of menopause include but are not limited to - complete cessation of periods > 1 year, hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, vaginal dryness, osteoporosis, depression, fatigue, weight gain, breast tenderness, pain during intercourse.
Ch-ch-ch-changes. As david bowie once sang. Changed periods: lighter, less frequent (sometimes heavier, more frequent temporarily). Changed temperature: hot flashes. Changed moods & memory: more PMS (grumpy, irritable, blue), harder to multi-task, brain fog. We all go thru menopause differently: from tiny to huge changes. Depending on how hard this is for you, lots of choices to ease your transition.
Age-ist stereotyping. Menopause is the end of periods (for 1 yr) due to decline in functioning of the ovaries over many years. Around then other symptoms may occur due to disease, 'passage of time' or changes in endocrine glands, eg, thyroid. They're not reasons to mock, treat women poorly at home or on the job. Seeing gyn provider is a good start to sort out what is occurring and what to do to improve, maintain health.
Hot and bothered. The main symptoms in the minus category: hot flushes, irritability, difficulty sleeping, and vaginal dryness. On the plus side: no more periods, no chance of getting pregnant, and many women with a history of chronic headaches or migraines find relief from them. Along those lines, however, there is a caution... The second highest age group for unintended pregnancy: women nearing menopausal age.
Hot flashes are one. Most common are hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, insomnia and irritability. Some women have significant symptoms before the periods stop, some after, some before and after and some not at all. We do know that healthy lifestyle plays a big role and therefore, eating right, attaining a healthy weight, exercising, getting adequate sleep, reducing stress and not smoking or drinking is helpful.
There are many more. Depressed, Mood changes/irritability Confusion, reduced mental clarity Poor memory, Reduced Mental Focus Decreased sex drive/libido Difficult to climax sexually Breast tenderness Vaginal dryness Hot flashes Night sweats Sleep problems Tension / Headaches Migraine / severe headaches Bloating Weight gain Dry and wrinkled skin Hair is falling out Cold all the time Swelling all over Joint/Foot pain.
"Hot Flashes" Hot flashes are the main complaint of menopausal women. This is a flushing sensation usually accompanied by "drenching" sweats and a sensation of "hotness" due to a lack of estrogen. Other symptoms include scant or irregular menses progressing to absence of menses. Vaginal dryness is also a sign of menopause. Libido may change as well. If concerned see your pcp or gynecologist. They can help.
No more periods! Menopause is defined as no periods for 1 year. For many women, menopause means peace-of-mind. No periods, no xs bleeding & anemia, no cramps, no fear of pregnancy, end to perimeopause & pms. For many, an empty nest is a chance to start new hobby or career or devote new energy to existing ones. Annoying hot flashes, sleep disturbances, vaginal dryness, libido changes are easily treated. C ur gyne.
Variable. Agree with other answers. Vary from no symptoms to debilitating. The earliest changes are shorter cycles (<27 d), pms symptoms, headaches, and bloating the week before cycles. As one gets closer the cycles get further apart. Night sweats usually precede hot flashes by several years. Help should be sought at the first signs of menopause. Hormone replacement early is most protective!
Sxs. Symptoms of menopause can include hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain, and fatigue. Emotional symptoms can include mood swings, irritability, anxiety, depressed mood, panic attacks and difficulty concentrating. There can be vaginal dryness and drop in sex drive. Additional issues can include problems with sleep, loss of hair and problems with memory. This is not a complete list of possible >>.
The symptoms of Menopause include: Hot flashes, Irregular periods, Excessive menstrual bleeding, Mood changes, Sleep disturbance, Vaginal dryness, Absent periods.
Menopause. Missing periods or other irregular cycles, hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, vaginal dryness.
Hot flashes. The most common first symptom of aapproaching menopause is so called flashes or flushing. Warmth which is sudden, often at night, often brought on by stress and frequently experienced at night during sleep. Usually felt over the face, neck and upper torso. Lasts minutes. May be episodic but recur often. Menstrual irregularity typically comes later.
See below. Irregular or absent menses. Hot flash. Mood lability. Sweats. Vaginal dryness. Loss of breast fullness.
Menopause occurs. 1 year after last period. However, when perimenopausal (time leading up to period stopping) you can have a # of sxs. Sxs may include waking up in middle of night sweating heavily; lack of concentration, dryness of vaginal tissue; fatigue, hair loss, dizziness, wt gain, bloating, incontinence, irregularity of periods, hot flashes; mood swings, irritability ; v libido. In us, ave. Age for menopause.
Menopause. If you think you have symptoms similar to menopause you must see your gynecologist at your earliest convenience. Menopausal symptoms do occur in your age group.
Menopause at 32? If your periods have stopped at your young age you must see a Gynecologist as soon as possible.
See MD. Blood and other tests available to help with diagnosis.
Perimenopausal. Some common symptoms are breast tenderness, hot flashes, fatigue, irregular periods, vaginal dryness, mood swings, difficulty sleeping, and decreased libido.