Menopause is the time in a woman’s life when menstrual periods end. It is a process that happens gradually and includes a lot of different symptoms, but recent research suggests those symptoms can be worse if you suffer from incontinence.

You are not truly in menopause until you have gone without menstruating for 12 straight months. For some women, the time just before menopause kicks in; referred to as perimenopause, can last up to five years. Some symptoms begin at this point and continue into menopause. They include, abnormal vaginal bleeding, mood changes, hot flashes, as well as vaginal and urinary symptoms.


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