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FADING FLOW

Perimenopause—the four- to 10-year transition phase before menopause—can start as early as (oof) 30. Many younger women don’t know it’s a possibility, and docs don’t always recognize the symptoms in this group. Irregular periods aside, signs that Auntie F may be on her way out:

COULD BE PERIMENOPAUSE

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