My periods are still as regular as they were 10-15 years ago and I will be 53 in October. They are so regular I can plan events like going to the lake or swimming around it. Also something wierd, My husband breaks out about 4 or 5 days before I start and then the acne goes away. What is this?
Thank you. So you don't think it is odd? Most of my friends my age have gone through the big M in their 40's. They keep telling me it means I'm healthy. Dr. says so too. I am just tired of dealing with it every month. Why would someone have a period for so long with no end in sight? I think it is kinda funny about my husband because he knows when it is time. LOL
I think it is great that you are so healthy...Seeing I had a Hysterectomy at age 47, I missed this part of life....I think that you and your husband have some wonderful "togetherness"...Makes for one happy life....
Hey BuZZY1 I still have my period too and I am going to be 53 in May. I swear I will be the oldest living woman still having a period. Plus I am having all the symptoms of menopause, the hot flashes, and the night sweats, which get worse right before and during my period. I sure hope it all ends soon because like you I am so tired of it!!! I mean there is no cramping or pain or anything, it just is getting ridiculous since all of my friends have gone through menopause.
I am 57 years old and i still get regular periods,i had my first just before my 15th birthday, for many years they were always irregular, for the past 18 years they have pretty much been regular, and fairly normal,i have been a vegetarian(nearly vegan)for the past 7 years im sure this has helped stabilise my hormones, although i have suffered terrible hot sweats and mood swings on and off for nearly 2 yrs now(more off than on)but i think my diet has definetly helped,i would advise any woman to become a vegetarian for health reasons and ethical! my doctor even says this is good because my bones are protected whilst releasing the oestrogen hormone and that it is a sign i am healthy! i do feel quite healthy most of the time,i consider myself fortunate and it is worth changing your diet to get good results!!!
I am 49 and have "been in menopause" for 5 years. Now I am starting to get regular periods again. My Dr. says it is from the bio-identical hormone patch estradiol that I was using. But I have stopped using it. I also stopped smoking and have been eating a healthier diet. Does anyone know if it is possible to resume regular mensturation after such a long absence?????
Could I be worried about getting pregnant at my age?
I am 53 yrs old and still have regular monthly periods like clock work, every 26 to 28 days. My ovaries feel a little painful for two to three days during the time I believe that I would ovulate. I have no night sweats or signs of any onset of menopause yet.
I also still have a pretty healthy sex drive and my husband is 11 yrs younger so should I be concerned at all about getting pregnant? I thought my eggs would no longer be "viable" to conceive but I don't want to take any risks so we refrain from intimacy during the time I have ovarian pains.
Yes dear!!! they definitely can. Menstruation depends on genes and harmones it doesn't depends on age. I also knew a woman who had her period until she was 60 and when she consults her doctor he said that she is fine this happens sometimes. She just started menopause later than others and you will be shocked to know that she had a child at 59!
Still having regular periods at age 53, can I get pregnant?
Thank you for your reply. I just found out that my Father's Grandmother had 9 children and 3 of the children were conceived in her 50's, her 9th child was born at age 59! This has made me more aware to take precautions because although I had my youngest child in my 40's, I don't want to become a Mother again in my 50's. Thank You!
I am 58 in a couple of weeks, and still having my usual heavy gungy periods, I have 7 children now 1 granddaughter. My periods started when I was 9. I have been a few times to my gynae, had the full examinations, seems the reason I am so heavy is that my endometrium is 5 x times thicker than the norm...so goodness knows when I will stop, at least it keeps me young.