Menopause is a natural part of the aging process for women. As women approach mid-life, estrogen levels begin to fluctuate and then drop. Common symptoms of menopause include irregular menstrual cycles, hot flashes, and mood changes. Menopause does not happen all at once. It is a gradual transition that takes place over a period of years with it's own distinct stages which include, premenopause, perimenopause (before), menopause (during), and postmenopause (after). Use these downloadable forms to start tracking your journey today!
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