As you enter your 40s, you may have questions to ask your health care professional about perimenopause and the menopause transition.
Aug 14, 2015Menopause & Aging Well
This article has been archived. We will no longer be updating it. For our most up-to-date information, please visit our menopause hub here.
You're likely to have new concerns and questions about your health now, particularly about the menopause transition. You should feel comfortable discussing your concerns with your health care professional—no question is too small or insignificant. Keep your questions in a small notebook or on your smartphone or tablet that you can take to your medical appointments.
Here are a few questions you might consider asking:
When chatting with your health care professional, it's also important to keep in mind these preventative health screenings you need in your 40s.
Your conversation should help you understand what perimenopause is all about and the impact it may have on your life.