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Being Post-Menopausal

Once you have not had a menstrual period for 12 months, you are now officially“menopausal” or “post-menopausal.”  These terms are used interchangeably. Many women have symptoms of menopause for a couple of years after they reach menopause while others have symptoms for up to twenty years or more.

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