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Female Progesterone Deficiency Self-Assessment

Menopause is defined as a woman's last menstrual period.
The average age of menopause is 51.

A woman is considered postmenopausal when she has not had a period for 12 consecutive months.

Each woman's transition into menopause is different. Some women have mild, early menopause symptoms. Other women find the quality of their lives significantly affected by changes in mood, memory, and productivity, and by uncomfortable physical symptoms.

Please use the Progesterone Deficiency Assessment Questionnaire below by checking one box for each symptom then use our chart at the bottom of the questionnaire and discover the Action Steps that may be right for you.

Symptoms None Mild Moderate Severe
Water Retention/bloating/weight gain
Increased facial hair
Breast tenderness/swelling
Pain: Headache/migraine/low back/muscle ache/joint ache
Vaginal dryness/pain/itching
Fatigue/lack of energy
Decreased concentration/alertness/memory loss
Urinary Incontinence
Mood Swings
Acne or oily skin
Lack of libido/sex drive
Hot flashes/night sweats
Sleep disturbance
Personal risk factors for heart disease
Personal risk factors for osteoporosis

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