Hot flushes? “The most common time of onset
is between six and eight in the morning,
and between six to ten at night”.1

Look for A Pattern

How may I Look for A Pattern with my menopause symptoms?

Your Country may have a Link similar to the (American) Endocrine Society’s Symptom Tracker in
Menopause Map: Downloadable Resources – My Personal Path Print Tools.

Periods Pattern

How may I Look for A Pattern with my menstrual periods?

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Hot Flushes Pattern

What is the most common time of onset with hot flushes/flashes?

In Who Gets Hot Flashes and When? the (United States) Breastcancer.org elaborate on:

“The most common time of onset is between six and eight in the morning, and between six to ten at night”.2

Health Care Provider

What if I would like help to look for a pattern with my menopause symptoms?

If you would like help to look for a pattern with your menopause symptoms, it may be in your best interest to choose to talk to your health care provider about the record of your symptoms you have kept.

Menopause Symptoms Pattern

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  1. Who Gets Hot Flashes and When? Last Updated: 01 February 2022. Breastcancer.org https://www.breastcancer.org/tips/menopausal/treat/hot-flashes/who Accessed: 26 October 2022
  2. Who Gets Hot Flashes and When? Last Updated: 01 February 2022. Breastcancer.org https://www.breastcancer.org/tips/menopausal/treat/hot-flashes/who Accessed: 26 October 2022
Topic Last Updated: 26 October 2022  – Topic Last Reviewed: 26 October 2022

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