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Dear Doctor ,
you might able to give me an advise what to do
l have stop my menstruction since 2008 August
and now l find evey end of the months l am fund unconfurt of my abdominal
what will you think will have any porblem ??
can you please give me your advise

my ages this years is 52


best regards
Jan chew Rolling Eyes
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replied July 31st, 2017

Welcome to e health forum.

Your history here is indicative of you possibly attaining menopause.

Menopause is part of the natural ageing process and is caused by a change in the balance of the body's sex hormones. Estrogen levels decrease as you reach the menopause, which causes the ovaries to stop producing an egg each month (ovulation). Estrogen is the female sex hormone that regulates a woman's periods.

Symptoms include - change in pattern of your monthly periods (usually irregular and heavy bleeding), hot flushes, night sweats, reduced sex drive, vaginal dryness (results in bleeding or pain during intercourse), mood changes, sleep problems, etc.

It would be highly recommended that you consult with your doctor or a OB-GYN who can examine you, and provide specific medical opinion.



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