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When Does Perimenopause Start in Women?

Perimenopause, if you’re curious, breaks down like this: “Peri” means “around.” So, perimenopause describes the time “around menopause.”

For some women, perimenopause lasts only a few months and for others, four to 10 years. Perimenopause ends and menopause begins when you have stopped having periods for one full year, or 12 months.

As women go through the perimenopausal transition to menopause, the body’s estrogen and progesterone levels fluctuate. Many of the changes you experience during perimenopause (irregular periods, trouble sleeping, hot flashes, vaginal and bladder problems, mood swings and more), are because your estrogen levels have dropped.

When does perimenopause start?

Perimenopause can affect women at different ages. You may begin to have symptoms like irregular periods sometime in your 40s. But some women notice changes in their mid-30s or even earlier.

Feel better with medically monitored treatment for perimenopause

Changes in hormones can impact your physical and emotional well-being, but there are ways to balance your hormone levels to help you feel good—even great—again.

Feeling like yourself again starts with talking to us at SynergenX! We provide proven hormone replacement for women in Texas. Here’s how it works: We’ll begin by getting to know you and your lifestyle and health needs, then perform lab tests to pinpoint your hormone imbalances. This allows our physicians, nurses and physician’s assistants to uniquely tailor your treatment and adjust it as you progress. In addition to HRT, we can guide you on making lifestyle and nutritional changes to help you manage your weight, boost your energy, improve your overall mood, outlook and more. Feel better and be happier—it’s time!

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