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Normal menstruation but the blood flow is decreasing gradually, 40 yr old. Is it normal ?

About Mensuration problem.... hi...i want to ask about the menstruation . I am 40 . now i observe that i have normal periods like before but since many years the quantity of blood in menstruation is decreasing gradually. do you think it is normal? i have no other problem like pain or irregularity in periods. only the blood is not like ten years before. and it is decreasing month by month slowly.
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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Hi madam. Welcome to HCM forum. What u r experiencing could be a early symptoms of menopause. The menopause marks the time in a woman's life when her menstruation stops and she is no longer fertile (able to become pregnant). Some women may have delayed periods and some may have less blood flow and some may may have irregular periods during this phase. Most of the women attain menopause at 40 years, in US it is 50. U may also experience other symptoms also like hot flashes, disturbed sleep, night sweats, vaginal dryness. If u experience these symptoms and it is bothering u then consult a doctor and he may prescribe u hormone replacement therapy. Eat nutritious food and include milk in your diet. Start calcium 500mg tablets 1 tablet daily after lunch. Regards.
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