I am 43 years old. I have begun experiencing different symptoms before my period, such as, my period doesn't have a specific start date any longer, they are worse as far as cramping and the newest. It seems now just before my period starts, about a week before, if I eat meat, hamburger mostly, I throw up about an hour after eating it. It's like my stomach just can't handle it anymore. Is this common?
I am not sure what to say to your episodes of emesis after eating meat. I am 44 years old but have not had that occur. Some of my pms symptoms are more intense and I seem to be "late" with my period every few months. This is normal during perimenopause. I wish I could comment more on your throwing up but have not found anything to suggest what is going on.
I am 45 and have what all of you have previously suggested...longer times between periods, nausea at times, heavy periods and they no longer come like clockwork. Didn't realize others were going through this as well.
Well to tell you honestly, I am a forty-seven year-old woman whose periods regularly come once a month. Am I normal? Does this mean that I can bear a child? Or that I will begin menopause later in my life. Gosh, I sure hope so! Love my periods....Kimberly XO
I am 49 years old & have had my tubes tied. All of my periods have been normal with no problems at all. Just this month I had a period at the beginning of the month, now I'm bleeding again very heavily, changing every hour on the hour. Is this normal? or should I have a reason to be concerned?