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Perimenopausal without having a period ?

I am 32 years old and I was born without a uterus so obviously I've never had a period. I was told by a couple of different doctors that even though I don't bleed, I could still go through PMS, or have PMS related sypmtoms at certain times of the month. During the last 2 months or so I've noticed I've been having weird perimenopausal syptoms, e.g. hot flashes, night sweats, anxiety, not being able to concentrate, increased heart rate, having a hard time urinating, really bad headaches, and I'm very tired ALL the time.
Is being perimenopausal or even going through menopause even an option for someone like me?

(EDIT: Sorry if I posted this in the wrong section. I'm new here!)
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replied January 5th, 2011
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

Even if the uterus is absent but if ovaries are present PMS symptoms and perimenopausal symptoms can occur in a women as they are caused by fluctuation in the hormonal levels and the hormones are secreted by the ovaries itself.
If you have been exhibiting these symptoms regularly kindly visit a Gynaecologist for a complete examination and diagnosis.

Take Care!


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