You might not think much about your period. Until it plays games with you, that is. One month it’s normal; the next it’s barely there (or not there at all). It’s then that you might begin to think not only about your period — but about menopause.
Menopause is a significant event in a woman’s life and a normal part of the aging process, marking the end of your reproductive years. But it doesn’t just happen all at once; there are three distinct stages of menopause, and the process is gradual. Menopause actually begins years before your periods come to a complete stop. It’s far from a slow and steady decline, but more like a wild roller coaster ride. Here’s what to expect and how to keep yourself healthy.
Read about the 3 stages of menopause on JennyCraig.com.