At the time of transition, a woman stops a sex cycle, ceases to menstruate, and loses the ability to have children. Klimakterium does not come at once and from day to day. Hormonal changes and fluctuations come gradually, often lasting for several years.
As soon as the climacterium occurs, a woman is no longer able to conceive naturally. Only cases of artificial fertilization after transition are known. A woman ceases to menstruate, and goes through a number of changes, more or less pronounced. These changes can be very annoying.
Start of transition
The beginning of the transition is very individual, and depends on many factors. Klimakterium is influenced by race, geographic conditions and genetics. Menstruation becomes irregular until it loses completely and definitively, and this is called menopause.