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Have depression, tiredness, didn t get periods. Had hysterectomy. Informed almost through menopause

hello, I had a hysterectomy 4 years ago.i was told i may go through early menopause.My body recently has gone through huge changes and i have been tested by my gp.She said i was about 78% through maybe only 2-3 periods left...but i dont get my periods , i got confused i thought i was still pre menopausal.My depression and tiredness has been intensefor 2 years now i realise it may soon be overand have reckonised it .But i'm not sure if that is what my gp was saying
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Hello, Need to know your age,reason for hysterectomy?if ovaries were removed or not?
It does not make sense to talk about 2-3 periods left after hysterectomy!
You may be starting to have menopausal symptoms.If so Hormone Replacement Therapy after General Check up to rule out any contraindications may be useful to you
Answered: Thu, 20 Jun 2013
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