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Imagine menopause like menarche (first period) in reverse - menstruation can just stop then never start again during menopause, but in most cases women going through menopause will experience irregular periods and irregular bleeding between periods, just like pubecent girls do when they start menstruating.

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Q: When you go through menopause does your period just stops one month and never have another one?
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