The menopausal transition is the progression from the end of the ovaries functioning normally, until they fail. This may span several years, and the start of transition is identified by variation in menstrual cycle length (the time between periods). The menopausal transition ends one year after the woman’s final menstrual period, at which time she is said to have reached menopause.
For more information, see Menopause.
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