Women reach menopause at an average age of 50. However, variations occur and women can reach menopause as early as 39, or as late as 69 years of age.
This test allows the user to reliably identify whether they have gone through the menopausal transition or not.
For best results, the test should be carried out first thing in the morning.
Women who think they may have reached the stage of menopause, or post menopause.
The last menstrual period. Periods stop because the low levels of oestrogen and progesterone do not stimulate the endometrium (lining of the womb) in the normal cycle. Hormone levels can fluctuate for several years before eventually becoming so low that the endometrium stays thin and does not bleed. Symptoms include hot flushes, vaginal itching and dryness, sweating, insomnia, depression, heart problems, low libido, dry eyes, painful joints and slow digestion.
You should consult your doctor who can confirm the stage of the menopause and advise on how best to manage individual symptoms.
After use, all of the test components can be disposed of in general household waste