Oct 13, 2022
Menopause officially begins when a women is period free for around 12 months without relation to any medical conditions and this marks the end of fertility.
The average age of menopausal women is 52.
Some of the symptoms of Menopause includes-
- Mood / Emotional Changes
- Painful Intercourse
- Vaginal Dryness
- Reduced Strength
- Urinary Incontinence
- Dry Skin
Women in their 40s : This is the decade where you start experiencing symptoms relating to hormone changes. This is called Pre Menopause.
Pre Menopause begins when the ovaries Natural production of estrogen starts to decline. The average age of women entering the pre menopause phase if 40-44.
Certain Symptoms of Pre Menopause includes -
- Weight Gain
- Hair thinning
- Irregular Periods
- Hot Flashes
- Decreased Libido
- Heavier Flow
Well, ladies do you know there are more than 30 symptoms in relation to Pre-menopause and menopause.
It's not only about mood changes or irregular periods but also about heart race, painful sex and fatigue. Even now, women stays in the taboo and hesitate to consult their doctors regarding their symptoms. But, it's important to know that you deserve better. We should always try to understand the signs and symptoms in our bodies, and consult a professional if required.
One should definitely not be suffering but get the right knowledge to thrive during these times!
Menopause is definitely not a disease and is a natural transition experienced by every women!
One should definitely not be living with these uncomfortable symptoms and should know that you're not alone.
Always consult a friend/ doctor if you face any challenge rather than suffering in disbelief.
Few lifestyle changes, a proper diet, will definitely help.
When women reach a certain age and period in life, the menopause is normal and inevitable - having a varied and sometimes overwhelming impact both physically and mentally.
We agree that Menopause can be a difficult subject to raise for discussion but it’s an essential and crucial topic that needs all of our attention. So, through this blog we bring the menopause conversation to light while offering our guidance and support.
MENOPAUSE IS ABSOLUTELY NORMAL & ITS OKAY TO TALK ABOUT IT!