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Conditions in Depth

This page contains the basic information about Menopause And Perimenopause .

Return to the Menopause And Perimenopause Main Condition Center

When to Call A Doctor

You should see your doctor if you have any of the following:

  • Periods that come closer together than every 21 days

  • Periods that last longer than seven days

  • Periods that are very heavy

  • Bleeding between periods

  • Vaginal bleeding that starts after menopause (after one year without a period)

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Created: 4/27/2004   |   Last Modified: 8/21/2006
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