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You are still breastfeeding and here's the menopause!

You are still breastfeeding and here's the menopause!



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There are many factors that influence the way our bodies function, but not always the way we imagine it, or the way it seems logical. Our specialist will help you interpret the symptoms!

I am 43 years old and I still breastfeed my youngest, two-year-old child when I wake up. Х A real surprise baby came with our two sons and a great-granddaughter. I was very happy and still doing this maternity for my little ones, and I felt a lot like I was getting younger from baby, baby. I am more shocked by the symptoms I am experiencing recently, because they are exactly what my mother told me about the beginning of her shift.
Not only have I not been menstruating for nearly three years, but I wake up every morning in horrendous horror, and sometimes the sun is cold. Breastfeeding for older children has always come to menstruation at the age of six months. I wake up almost every day at dawn, even though I have been struggling to sleep at night's frequent breastfeeding. I could sleep for now, but I can't. Could it be so early in my life?
Eszter S., email

During menopause breastfeeding?

I suggest that you collect all your observations, complaints, inquiries and make sure you turn to Nursing. The symptoms experienced may be due to a variety of causes. The first step is likely to be a hormone test, the result of which is an unambiguous answer to the question of whether it is already changing. It is also possible that you have all kinds of transient hormonal imbalances that can be caused by severe stress and can be managed with simple medical help.
If the hormone levels are okay, you can simply have a resting condition that is due to breastfeeding. It is also possible that due to abnormally high levels of prolactin hormone, it is not menstrual, but this is not close to the menopause. At any time during the examination, your doctor will assess the condition of your body by breast examination, ultrasound, bone marrow examination, and blood count. If it turns out that you started right at the time of your change, you will be very likely to recommend hormone supplementation, especially if it seems like you may be suffering from osteoporosis. Judit Boros Szsles-ngygyabszsz.