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I can’t find our group or thread on perimenopause, so I’m just going to ask this here.  Is it fairly common during perimenopause to have your period more frequently than you used to?
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      Mzd3 wrote Oct 31, 2013
    • I don’t know about more often. Mines every 25 days and a little heavier than past years.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Nov 1, 2013
    • yes. For some women this does happen before they begin to taper off. Perimenopause is a time when everything becomes erratic. Many women have just a tapering off of the periods until they stop altogether but, it is entirely normal for those who have periods more often than usual.




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      Tuliplady wrote Nov 1, 2013
    • Oh boy, I can’t wait for that stopping altogether!!!!!!




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      Marya1961 wrote Nov 2, 2013
    • Mine ended at the age of 42 when I had a uterine hysterectomy because of huge fibroid tumors and it was the happiest day of my life.

      Of course, there were two more surgeries after that to remove ovaries that were diseased and developed large tumors....should have sued that doctor!!!!




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      Jazzyblues wrote Jan 28, 2014
    • I thought that’s what I was going through, after a couple of years I was so sick of it, my Dr. kept saying it was just menopause, I would bleed a day and not for 2 or 3 days and repeat the same again , until I insisted he send me to a have a biopsy. It was 3rd stage endometrial cancer by then. I would say to anyone, if in doubt.. have a biopsy, have a ultrasound. It may save not only you life but having to have radiation and chemo as well.




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