About- Perimenopause, also called menopause transition refers to the time when the ovaries gradually begin to make less estrogen and the body makes the natural transition to menopause.

Perimenopause Bone loss
Perimenopause Breast tenderness
Perimenopause Changes in sexual function
Perimenopause Concentration problem
Perimenopause Decrease high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol (good cholesterol) 
Perimenopause Depression
Perimenopause Fatigue
Perimenopause Female infertility
Perimenopause Headaches
Perimenopause Hot flashes
Perimenopause Increase in heartbeat
Perimenopause Increase low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol (bad cholesterol)
Perimenopause Irregular periods
Perimenopause Irritability
Perimenopause Loss of sex drive
Perimenopause Mood swings
Perimenopause Muscle aches
Perimenopause Night sweats
Perimenopause Painful intercourse
Perimenopause Sleep problems
Perimenopause Urinary incontinence
Perimenopause Urinary tract infections
Perimenopause Urinary urgency 
Perimenopause Vaginal dryness
Perimenopause Weight gain
Perimenopause Worse premenstrual syndrome
It occurs due to the low level of estrogen. Probable risk factors are
Perimenopause Chemotherapy
Perimenopause Family history
Perimenopause Hysterectomy
Perimenopause Pelvic radiation therapy
Perimenopause Smoking

Specialist to visit
Gynecologist and obstetrician Gynecologist and obstetrician

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