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Appearance

Changes in appearance are a natural part of ageing but also a key effect of menopause. This is due to shifting hormone levels, and can affect your skin and hair, or may cause you to gain some excess weight. Whilst these changes may be uncomfortable to experience, they are nothing to be concerned about: they are all due to natural changes your body goes through as it gets older.



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