How to find out if you have pre-menopausal symptoms

# 4 I’m in a rage! But I am sad and also happy

Since estrogen levels are on a roller coaster, the emotional goes the same way.

The sudden variation in mood is common in the pre-menopause , bringing anger, sadness, euphoria and a whirlwind of feelings that must be very well understood both by the woman who goes through it and by her partner, family and friends.

# 5 Why doesn’t she lubricate anymore?

Another very common sign in pre-menopause is vaginal dryness.

This is because the tissues of the vagina depend on estrogen to remain intact. With the decrease of this hormone in the body, atrophy of the vagina (atrophic vaginitis) may develop. The symptoms that indicate this condition are itching, dryness and dyspareunia (pain during sexual intercourse), which can be minimized with some vaginal exercises .

# 6 Get out there, today I have a “headache”

With so many changes in female hormones, there is no libido to resist!

The woman has a loss of sexual appetite in the pre-menopause , which may be due to the absence of estrogen or the discomfort during sex due to vaginal dryness. Add to that the anxiety and mood changes characteristic of the period, and that’s it!

The woman does not feel pleasure and, therefore, has low libido in menopause.

# 7 I’m sick with the mirror

As there are several changes in the body, including the possibility of gaining weight, increased hair on the face and hair loss , and in mood, which can damage their relationships, the woman tends to have low self – esteem in the pre-menopause .

For this reason, daily self-care becomes a great ally so that she can make peace with the mirror and her self-image.

There is still the case where the ovaries are removed in surgery – hysterectomy .

We have even talked about it here on the blog. There will be no pre-menopause , obviously, as the last menstruation occurs before the woman is operated on.

See other physical, emotional and psychological factors that usually appear in the pre-menopausal time :

  • urinary infection;
  • changes in memory and difficulties in concentration;
  • depression and anxiety;
  • joint problems and pain;
  • dry skin;
  • loss of hair;
  • weakness in the nails;
  • tiredness;
  • weight gain;
  • breast pain;
  • migraine;
  • acceleration of heart rate;
  • hair on the face;
  • abdominal bloating and constipation;
  • greater tendency to develop osteoporosis.

There are countless symptoms of pre-menopause.

The most important thing in this period is to seek self-knowledge and know exactly how your body works. In addition, talk to your partner and family, exercise, have a good diet and seek healthy habits. Love yourself, always!

What are the treatments for pre-menopausal symptoms ?

As much as we talk about treatments, it would not be the most appropriate term, since menopause is not a disease.

But, in any case, this natural process of the female body causes discomfort that can be alleviated with medical guidance. Let’s look at some of them:

# 1 Hormone replacement

In this type of treatment for pre-menopausal symptoms, the woman replaces the hormone estrogen.

It is important that before starting this type of therapy, tests are performed to check hormone levels and a clinical analysis.

With this, several symptoms are avoided, mainly hot flashes, mood changes, joint pain, among others.

# 2 Antidepressants

Some antidepressant remedies can act on the brain, stimulating the production of serotonin, which helps in controlling the heat of menopause and improves the quality of life of women regarding aspects of anxiety and depression.

# 3 Care related to osteoporosis

As a woman can develop osteoporosis in pre-menopause and climacteric, it is important to be more careful.

Among the treatments indicated in this sense, are calcium replacement, inclusion of vitamin D and bisphosphonates (alendronate or risedronate).

# 4 Nutrition and exercise

A balanced diet, with foods that can help the body in the replacement of hormones, increases the chances of the woman feeling less the impacts of the symptoms of menopause.

Alongside this, there are physical activities during this period , which can exponentially improve the quality of life during this period.

How does pompoarism improve the quality of life in pre-menopause ?

The Pompoir in premenopausal can be an important weapon against various physical symptoms such as vaginal dryness, urinary tract infection, constipation.

In addition, this practice favors the woman’s self-esteem and increases her libido, which will contribute a lot to reduce anxiety and improve her relationships.

In this process, all women can gain in self-knowledge and self-awareness of their own body, understanding how it works. Especially because of the low levels of estrogen, which damage the vaginal tissue, pompoarism acts by strengthening the entire pelvic floor and also favoring the irrigation of the vagina, which will contribute to better lubrication, avoiding pain during sexual intercourse and making it easier to achieve orgasm .

The movements of pompoarism also assist in the functioning of the intestine and urinary tract, bringing great benefits to fight the swelling in the abdomen. With up-to-date bowel action, it is also easier to treat weight gain and other related problems.

Women who practice pompoir movements in pre-menopause are able to have a better knowledge of their body, do breathing exercises, better control vaginal movements, strengthen the muscles and irrigation of the vagina, stimulate lubrication, avoid pain during intercourse, stoke your libido and many other benefits. All of this improves mood and works in favor of your self-esteem. And above all, they manage to relax!

Being in pre-menopause , definitely, can be a period of respect for the body itself, in which the woman is mature enough to seek self-knowledge.Pompoirism is among the best resources to have an excellent quality of life, leaving aside all discomfort and winning incredible sexual relations to have a wonderful self-esteem.