I am 55 years old and my last period happened when I was 48. Aside from having hot flushes, I've been symptom-free for the past 4 years. I visited the doctor as I have had symptoms of constantly wanting to pee. I had my urine tested and the results ruled out an infection. The doctor still gave me anti-biotics and mentioned that I was having changes below due to the menopause. They put me on Vagifem, as I was dry and uncomfortable. Is contantly having the urge to pee a menopausal symptom?

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