I am 50 and my period stopped about 4-5 years ago, but about 3 years ago I started feeling hot and cold, feverish, weak, hot at night and body pains, as if I had just came back from tropical country. Tests were done but nothing was found. Then I was tested for the menopause and it was deduced it could be the cause. Since then I keep getting these symptoms at least twice a year for two weeks or so, and I have to be off work. Is that how it is, and how long will it go on for?

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