Menopause is a universal female experience and refers to the time when a woman’s reproductive years come to an end. It’s estimated that 25 million women globally go through it each year.
Menopause begins with perimenopause and culminates when ladies enter a new stage in their lives as their periods end known as post-menopause. This is why it’s often called ‘the change’ or the ‘change of life’.
In popular culture, the subject of menopause is still relatively taboo so women can find themselves completely blindsided by the arrival of perimenopause. Until it rears its head they may have only held – perhaps – a vague awareness to expect a few hot flushes in the distant future.
But there are 34 recognised symptoms of perimenopause we should be aware of as we move into our 40s.
In this eBook we guide you through exactly what you need to know.