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Subcutaneous HRT may be convenient, but is NOT recommended as the best choice for women in perimenopause as your levels are constantly changing and you need to be able to regulate the dosage.
One self-reported survey from the University of Alabama, published in 2008, found that acne affects more than 50 percent of women between the ages of 20-29 and more than 25 percent between the ages of 40-49.
“My sleep was great until I hit menopause, now it really sucks! But I’ve learnt a lot about sleep from my own problems. I know when I won’t sleep. I use my own techniques to get to sleep and I’m excited to say that they actually work.”