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  • Long or heavy periods not uncommon in your 40s, but…

    by Margery Gass | Apr 16, 2014
    If you’re heading toward menopause and you have more bleeding than usual, you are not alone. Women often worry when that happens because they have heard that menstrual periods become less frequent and lighter during perimenopause. Some periods do, some don’t. The Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN), that included 1,200 women ages 42 to 52, found that over the course of three years, 91% of the women had as many as three periods that lasted 10 days or more, and 78% had three or more days of heavy flow.
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