Menapouse

Were you looking for information about Menopause? Menapouse is a common misspelling of menopause.
 
Menopause is the time in life in which your body produces less estrogen and progesterone (hormones made in the ovaries) and your period stops. A full year without a period is needed before you can say you have been "through menopause." When your female hormone levels change, you may experience hot flashes and other symptoms. These symptoms can begin several years before your last period and last for months (or even years) thereafter.
 
(Click Menopause to find out what perimenopause is and to learn more about the changes that occur during menopause. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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