I am not done right?
7 Jun 2011
Fingers crossed. Menopause is defined as the absence of menstrual periods for 12 months.
However there is no "normal" pattern of bleeding during the perimenopause, and patterns vary from woman to woman. It is common for women in perimenopause to have a period after going for several months without one. There is also no set length of time it takes for a woman to complete the menopausal transition.
See your doctor if you are concerned.
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