During perimenopause you may notice a change in the normal pattern of your periods. Keeping a record of your periods may reveal what’s-what-when.
In Menopause: Symptoms – Changes To Your Periods the NHS Choices (National Health Service England) note:
You may have always kept a record of your periods so you knew when to expect them and perhaps when to tweak your lifestyle with less sugar, chocolate, caffeine, alcohol, cigarettes and stress; and more exercise and sleep.
You may choose to use an App or in MenoNotes the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) include:
In Menopause: Symptoms & Causes – Symptoms the (United States) Mayo Clinic note:
In Menstrual Calendar the NAMS explain:
In About the Menstrual Cycle: When To See Your Doctor the JH also note:
There are many reasons you may need to see your doctor about your periods including:
- Changes in the pattern of your period
- Increasingly heavy periods
- Long periods of more than 8 days
- Periods that come fewer than 3 weeks apart
- Periods coming more than 2-3 months apart
- Painful periods that cause you to stay home
- Bleeding between periods
- Bleeding after intercourse
Your menstrual cycle is a normal process for your body. Each woman experiences her menstrual cycle differently, most without any difficulties. If there is any change in your cycle that worries you, see your doctor”.
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