Pregnancy during menopause is unlikely but not impossible. Well, as we know, menopause marks the beginning of a new stage for a mature woman. Although it can appear a little earlier in women of 30 being known as peri menopause and can be identified in women who are in their 30’s who have more than 12 months without regulation.
Menopause is one of the most important stages for women due to the total absence of the rule in women over 40 and 50 years old. However, although many women consider that pregnancy is no longer possible at that age, in reality it is (although with very little probability) but it will never be impossible.
For this, experts have determined that women who may run the risk of suffering from this situation of having a pregnancy during the menopause suffer from certain symptoms that identify that they could be experiencing that medical condition. Well, on several occasions pregnancy can be confused with menopause because they have something in common: the absence of menstruation.
However, there are certain symptoms that are identified when a mature woman is pregnant, such is the case of: morning dizziness, drowsiness, drastic mood swings and of course the delay of the period. However, the delay is more than 12 months, pregnancy is definitely ruled out, although it is always advisable to go to an expert.
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Being the only way to discard the pregnancy in mature women or over 50 when you no longer have eggs or have spent more than a year without having your period. Well, as we know, there are these cases of women who become mothers at 50 and over but thanks to in vitro fertilization or through other methods that are at the woman’s will.
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While when a woman is passing exclusively through the menopause, suffers from certain symptoms that are recognized as this condition, such as:
- Changes in mood
- Dryness in the intimate part
- Hot flushes
- Night sweats
- Sleeping problems
- Slow metabolism
- Dry Skin
- Total or irregular absence of the period
However, it is important that any of the symptoms should be go to the gynecologist to make the necessary check-ups and take care of health. Well, lifestyle influences to a large extent how a woman will go through the menopause stage, since a large part of the symptoms can become irritable.
In addition, if you have an active life as a couple, it is very important to take care of yourself, because despite the fact that pregnancies are unlikely, other types of health problems can be present, so periodic reviews, healthy eating and exercise can make a big difference.
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