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Done tubal ligation. Pms symptoms but no spotting. Is it just Menopause?

I am 43 years old and had a tubal ligation done in Nov. 1998. Since then my period have been every 3-4 weeks. My last period began Feb. 14 this year. I have had pms symptoms but nothing, no spotting or anything. I know my chances are slim to none that I am pregnant. I am going to take a home pregnancy test. Is this just menopause as I began having my period when I was 11 and it has always been regular?
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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At your age, the symptoms that you are having with absence of any bleeding is likely to be due to menopause but it is best to rule out pregnancy by getting a serum HCG evaluation done.
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Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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