Progesterone Deficiency Assessment Test
Menopause literally means a woman's final menstrual cycle and usually occurs around age 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.
The following self-assessment test can help to determine whether your symptoms might be resulting from a lack of the hormone progesterone. Select one box in each row, and check your results — along with any recommended actions — at the bottom.
Fill in your name and email address to receive your results: