Hey, Nifty Fifties,

I know many of you are beyond perimenopause, but I recently saw a statement from an expert on menopause that said the first sign of perimenopause is menstrual cycle irregularity -- where your period can show up an entire week early or late. She said that as you progress into late perimenopause, your menstrual cycles become longer, and you may go as long as 60 days without a period. The article went on to say that during this time women may start to have hot flashes, fatigue, irritability or weight gain. It also quoted another expert as saying the hot flashes and other symptoms of perimenopause would only be during the time of month when you're having your period.

This was not my experience at all! I maintained periods that were as regular as clockwork until I about 1 1/2 years ago (age 55). Some were occasionally heavier or longer than normal, but, overall, they were pretty normal -- and always right on schedule. (They still are regular, only now I seem to be on a 90-day cycle ... will it ever end?) I started having night sweats about 5-7 years ago and daytime hot flashes maybe 3 or 4 years ago, and I don't think there was any link to what time of month they occurred.

Just curious ... was menstrual cycle irregularity the first sign of perimenopause for the rest of you? My guess is everyone's experience is different.

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