- Hot Flashes
- Night Sweats
- Vaginal Symptoms
Hot flashes can begin early in menopause and are most common during the first few years after menopause begins. Up to half of all women will experience moderate to severe hot flashes in the first few years of menopause.
For most women, it's easiest to describe the severity of your hot flashes in levels:
- Mild (sensation of heat without sweating)
- Moderate (sensation of heat with sweating, able to continue activity)
- Severe (sensation of heat with sweating, causing cessation of activity)
Relief may be a reality.
Every woman may experience different symptoms of menopause. For some, the symptoms are mild. For others they may be severe enough to become distracting or even unpleasant. It's important to remember that you have options to help you manage them. For women with moderate to severe symptoms who have a uterus, PREMPRO may be one of those options. Talk to your doctor or other healthcare professional about any symptoms you experience and discuss whether PREMPRO may be right for you.