Wake HER Up!
Did you get the newsletter? Why don't any of us know these symptoms of perimenopause?
What do doctors think when all day their patients are asking about itchy ears!?!? And they are all the same age! Symptoms of perimenopause, menopause. Women's Health, I feel crazy listening to so many women sharing the same experiences.
Oh you didn't get the newsletter in the mail?
The newsletter that goes out to every woman in the world.
"Hey, you know when you're around 35 to 40 years old, you're gonna go through this thing called perimenopause. Your ears might start itching, your scalp will get dry, your eyes will get dry. Nobody can touch you because your skin is just crawling. And then you know you're just gonna go numb. So you'll think that you just hate everybody and you'll probably want to get divorced."
That's Perimenopause and you should look into hormone therapy.
Yeah, I didn't get that newsletter either!
Apparently, you didn't and millions of others.
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Perimenopause is a process, a change that happens gradually. You cannot tell if you are in the perimenopause by relying solely on one test or indication. Your age, previous menstruation history, and any symptoms or physical changes you're noticing are just a few of the factors your doctor will take into account.
Treatment - hormone therapy. The most effective treatment for perimenopausal and menopausal hot flashes and night sweats is still systemic estrogen therapy, which can be administered as pills, skin patches, sprays, gels, or creams. Your doctor may suggest estrogen in the lowest amount required to relieve your symptoms, depending on your personal and family medical history. You will require progestin in addition to estrogen if your uterus is still present. Estrogen in the body can stop bone loss.
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