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Is it normal to miss a period at 50?

Is it normal to miss a period at 50?

You may start missing periods as you approach the menopause. This is because oestrogen levels start to decrease, and ovulation becomes less regular. After the menopause, your periods stop completely. The menopause is a natural part of ageing in women, which usually happens between the ages of 45 and 55.

What was the last month I didn’t have a period?

Last month I was early…then this month for the first time I didn’t have a period at all. I feel very bloated and swollen in the abdominal area & breasts. This is the first time I haven’t menstrated.

What should I do if I missed my period at 48?

In the United States, for instance, 38 percent of pregnancies in women 40 and older are unplanned. Of those unplanned pregnancies, 56 percent end in abortion. So you have at least two reasons to meet with your health care professional: to discuss birth control for the rest of your reproductive life; and to talk about the menopausal transition.

When do missed periods may mean menopause?

Turning fifty next week, been in perimenopause for 4 years with ALL the awful symptoms that can accompany this crazy time of life, and just missed my second period. Wondering, could this be menopause? Am I happy to be done w periods…..maybe sad to say goodbye to another chapter of my life…..my hormones are everywhere.

Why do I have a late period for 2 months?

Hormone imbalance can cause delayed period for months, especially at a young age. Nevertheless, pregnancy is the most common reason for 2 months late period. liseet August 2, 2017 at 5:33 pm Reply

When was the most recent period for me?

I had a normal period on 4/15/21, five days in duration. My most recent period was due 5/11/21 and I’m like clockwork. From 5/11 – 5/15 I felt like I was in a constant state of feeling like my period was about to arrive any minute.

Last month I was early…then this month for the first time I didn’t have a period at all. I feel very bloated and swollen in the abdominal area & breasts. This is the first time I haven’t menstrated.

Is it normal to have your last period at 52?

The average age of the last period is age 52 in the U.S. You’re just at the upper end of the range. What this really means is that your biologic age is on the young side! Nothing to worry about. Your bones, skin, hair, and vaginal tissue are all getting the benefits of your natural hormones. And yes, you could still get pregnant.

Turning fifty next week, been in perimenopause for 4 years with ALL the awful symptoms that can accompany this crazy time of life, and just missed my second period. Wondering, could this be menopause? Am I happy to be done w periods…..maybe sad to say goodbye to another chapter of my life…..my hormones are everywhere.