I'll be 54 in March. I have had a few symptoms starting at 45 but them seem to go away. Still having regular periods. They are putting a damper on my sex and sports. I asked for BC pills but my Dr said no. I also wanted to take the Morning after pill before a big race to control when I have my period. The answer to this was no. My new symptom is being mean to my husband. I have waited on him hand and foot for 34 years and am frankly sick of it.... He says I slap him in my sleep. I just want to be left alone to do what i want, when I want....I'm hoping my bitchy-ness is a sign...lol Back to my question. What is the oldest I could be before I get to go through menopause. I'm tired of waiting. I hate having my cycle and it a royal pain. I have never had a cramp in my life and it's very light but I find it annoying...View Thread
Sorry sweetie....I guess I'm a nympho....I want sex more now than ever...no little kids to worry about and my hormones are raging like a teenager..... My hubby runs from me....lol...I just want the periods to end so I don't have to contend with that....btw~I'll be 54 in March Everyone is different and it's ok....View Thread
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