If your in your late 30’s, early 40’s or 50’s you may beginning to wonder which is worse, perimenopause or menopause.
The perimenopause is the lead up to the menopause, which is the day on which you have gone a full 12 months without having a period. Perimenopause can start in your 30s but it usually starts in your 40s or early 50s. The perimenopause is when your hormones will fluctuate and could cause a host of different symptoms being mild for some women and a nightmare for others.
There are up to 48 symptoms in the lead up to the menopause, whilst going through the perimenopause. Some or all of your perimenopause symptoms can last well into your menopause.
It is worth remembering that you are classed as being in the Menopause when you have gone a full 12 months without a period.