It's really a shame! At the age of 56, my menstruation is still normal?

author:Cai Cai

The early morning sun shines through the curtains and dappled onto the old-fashioned dresser. In the mirror, the wrinkles at the corners of my eyes seem to be a little deeper than yesterday. However, on this seemingly ordinary morning, my heart stirred. Yes, at the age of 56, my menstruation still came as scheduled, which made me feel mixed feelings.

It's really a shame! At the age of 56, my menstruation is still normal?

I remember when I was younger, menstruation always came uninvited, which made me scramble. At that time, I always hoped that it would be on time, and even preferred that it didn't come. But now, as I enter the end of menopause, this old friend who once troubled me has become a rare comfort. Its arrival seems to tell me that I still maintain the cycle of life and that I am still closely connected to this world.

It's really a shame! At the age of 56, my menstruation is still normal?

I'm not a medical expert, but I also know that, in general, women go through menopause between the ages of 45 and 55, and menstruation eventually stops as ovarian function gradually declines. However, everyone's physical condition is unique, just as everyone has their own story. My body, as if telling me, is not yet willing to move on to the next stage of my life.

It reminds me of my mother. At my age, she was already enjoying her retirement with peace of mind. She always said that when a woman reaches a certain age, she should let go of her burden and enjoy life. However, my menstruation seemed to have become an invisible burden, and I couldn't relax completely.

It's really a shame! At the age of 56, my menstruation is still normal?

It's not that I haven't been to the hospital, and the doctors give different explanations. Some say it's fluctuations in hormone levels, some say it's individual differences, and some say it's the effects of stress and rhythm in modern life. Listening to these professional explanations, I couldn't help but smile bitterly in my heart. It turns out that even the most basic functions of the body are affected by so many complex factors.

Sometimes, I wonder if this is nature playing a joke on me, and suddenly giving me such a "surprise" when I am about to enter old age. But more often than not, I wondered, is this a warning, or is it a gift?

Perhaps, this is a special mission that nature has given me. At this age, I could have chosen to be comfortable, but my body reminded me that I still have the ability to create, to feel, to experience every beat of life. This unexpected menstruation is like the last tenacious leaf on the tree of life, which sticks to it even if it is full of wind and frost.

I don't know how long this will last, maybe soon, maybe a few more years. But anyway, I decided to take it as I did with every challenge and surprise in life. I will face it with a more positive attitude, because I know that every time my period comes, it is a testimony of my race against time and a manifestation of my vitality.

So, I don't feel embarrassed or confused anymore. Instead, I want to thank my body for every signal it gives me to know that I'm still alive and still alive. As the years go by, menstruation does not stop, and this is me, a 56-year-old woman, in a wonderful dialogue with time and life.

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