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Meg Mathews: 'I thought I had dementia... but it was the menopause'

Since 2018, Meg Mathews has been one of the UK’s foremost menopause campaigners, determined to use her profile to end the stigma surrounding it.

In a new fortnightly column for Stella magazine, she reveals what she’s learnt. This week: what it feels like to suffer from menopause brain fog.At the start of menopause, I thought I was going mad.

I kept thinking, ‘My God, I’ve got dementia.’ Sadly my mum was diagnosed with dementia before she passed away, so I was convinced the same thing was happening to me.Today, I know it was ‘brain fog’, and I suffered badly with it.

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