What is Early Menopause Symptoms
Posted February 14, 2010on:
Menopause but do not just marked by several symptoms that can be seen and felt by women. Menopause itself comes with age but did not look at the average of menopause experienced by women over the age of 40 years, menopause can be recognized by symptoms like:
Sign of menopause
Changes in hormone levels can cause various symptoms that can last from several months to several years or more. Some women have very little discomfort or worse. Others have little or no problem. If any of these changes will cause discomfort, consult with your doctor. The most common symptoms are:
Changes in the coming time period
One of the first symptoms may be a period of change. For many women become less regular, the other has a lighter flow than normal and others may have a stronger flow than normal and may bleed enough for a few days. The time between one period and the others may be less than three weeks or may last longer than a week. Spotting between periods may occur. Women who have problems with menstruation and cramps will find relief from these symptoms when menopause begins.
Hot flash a sudden sensation of heat at the top or the entire body. Face and neck get red. They may appear red blotches on the chest, back and arms, possibly accompanied by abundant sweating and shivering. Flashes can be mild as a slightly reddish or so badly to wake up from a sound sleep (called night sweats). Most hot flashes last between 30 seconds and only 5 minutes
Problems with the vagina and bladder
The genital area can become dry and thinner as estrogen levels change. This dryness can make intercourse painful. Vaginal infections can occur more frequently. Some women may develop a urinary tract infection. Other problems can hamper urine retention, so not enough time to go to the bathroom. Some women find that urine leaks during exercise, sneezing, coughing, laughing or running.
Some women find a way to feel about sex change with menopause. Some changes in the vagina, such as drought, which makes sexual intercourse painful. Other people feel more free and sensual after menopause – relieved that it is impossible to conceive. So already one year without a menstrual period, you should use a contraceptive method.
After menopause a woman can still get sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as HIV / AIDS or gonorrhea. If you’re worried that PMS can be sure that their partner use a condom every time they had sex.
Some women have trouble sleeping well – do not fall asleep easily or wake up early. May need to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night and could not go back to sleep. Flashing can cause some women to wake up.
Mood changes. Maybe there is a relationship between changes in estrogen levels and mood changes a woman. The mood changes may also occur because of stress, family changes such as when the children leave home or fatigue.