Hot flushes have stopped after 2 months-Is this normal?

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Blood tests have confirmed that I am peri. Have been getting flushes for 2 months and loads of other symptoms for longer. Been feeling very bloated for a few days then realised the flushes have not happened for 5 days. Anyone else had this? Does this mean I might have a period soon? I am not on any medication.

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    every month is different i wouldnt worry about it during peri your hirmones do what they want! do u regulary get periids cause i get them ever month at different times one moment im fine then i got period 2 days ago and feel like im falling apart physically and emotionally its crazy i feel crazy like any little thing can set me off and make me cry

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      inknow its hard yo not worry webjust want an answer to why!!! you will be fine its hard but it will pass ! I should tell myself that lol! so much easier telling someone else!!! im on day 3 of period and just emotional andntrynto hide it but doesnt help my daughter graduated 8 th today and son kindergarten and i feel like im falling apart trying to not be emotional about it all

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    hi dear

    Every month new symptoms for me..one month hot flash other month leg weakness

    other month leg pain ..then sometimes fatigues..

    every month new changes.

    heavyness , dizziness , offbalance is very day issues 😭😭

    Menopausr Big Stuggle of life

    tk

    Hang is there

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      I thought once the flushes started that was it for the foreseeable. Thank you for enlightening me. Everything else comes and goes, heavy legs, brain fog, emotional, anxiety, the list goes on .......

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