I am 54 years old, and started menopause 20 months ago. For the first time I am experiencing mild PMS symptoms. The order in which they appeared are exactly as they were when I was having regular periods, mild cramping on one side, clear discharge and breast swelling. I have been diagnosed with uterine fibroids over 3 years ago, but did not have them removed. Up until now I have had no problems. Any idea what this might be? Thank you.View Thread
I am 55 years old and in menopause for 20 months. For the past week I am experiencing PMS symptoms: mild cramping one side, clear discharge and tender, swollen breasts. I have not had these symptoms since my periods stopped. I was diagnosed 3 years ago with uterine fibroids. Any idea what could cause these PMS-like symptoms? Thank you.View Thread
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