Common Menopause Symptoms
The most common menopause symptoms are as follows:
Hot flushes are where your body temperature rises at any time without warning and from your chest or neck upwards your become very hot, sweaty and face becomes red.
Same as hot flushes but you sweat at night time where sleep is disrupted as clothes and bed sheets can become drenched.
Periods can become heavy, light, irregular or erratic.
This can be from feeling happy to aggressive in any moment of time without warning.
also feeling sad, nervous and irritable.
The vaginal area feels very dry and itchy, becomes very uncomfortable and effect your sex life.
Lack of sexual desire due to hormonal imbalance or vaginal dryness.
For a full list of symptoms please refer to our symptoms page. To keep track of your symptoms you can download our free M for Menopause symptom tracker here, which can be useful to take with when you go to visit your GP or gynaecologist.