There are over 25 symptoms linked to Menopause. When symptoms start and the patient is aged over 45 years, they will not usually need a test to confirm that they are menopausal. The GP will advise according to the symptoms being experienced. In women under the age of 45, the GP will usually carry out blood tests that are repeated after 4-6 weeks to see if the symptoms are related to ‘premature menopause’.
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