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Anxious? Exhausted? Irritable? It might be perimenopause

When Canberra GP Dr Kelly Teagle became a new mum, her elation was soon clouded by irritability, anxiety and poor sleep. Using a Mirena IUD contraceptive device meant she no longer had periods so Kelly didn’t notice one of the more obvious signs of perimenopause: an irregular cycle. Still, she says, “as a doctor who

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