During perimenopause, you may have symptoms of menopause even though you are still menstruating. Perimenopause may last four or five years or longer. If it has been 12 or more months since you had your last period, you’ve reached menopause. At this time, your ovaries produce no progesterone and less estrogen, and your ovaries don’t release eggs.
Providers Treating Perimenopause
Note that every treatment or procedure listed above may not be provided by each provider listed below. Review each provider for availability.