At this stage it’s very normal to wonder what’s coming next and how quickly you might feel symptom relief.
Mammograms are an essential part of breast cancer screening & prevention. Here's what you need to know about mammograms during menopause.
As you go through perimenopause and menopause, you might notice your skin becoming dry, flaky, and more prone to irritation. Here's what's happening.
Skin changes are some of the most common and visible menopausal symptoms—and the sudden changes in appearance can be shocking.
If you’re having menopause symptoms, it may surprise you that SSRI and SNRI medications, best known as antidepressants, also relieve hot flashes.
Changes to your diet can help ease menopause symptoms. Here's what to try.
Menopause can heighten the risk for osteoporosis, but treatments are available.
While hair loss can be alarming, know that it’s a normal part of menopause for many women and can be addressed in several ways.
It’s normal to put on a few pounds as you age. As women go through menopause, that weight gain tends to be more pronounced.
Treating symptom severity—rather than treating hormone levels—is the key to relief from hot flashes, night sweats, and other menopause symptoms.
While there’s no “normal” libido—everyone has a different standard—decreased sex drive can be treated in a number of ways if it’s a problem for you.
If your fluctuating hormones are messing with your sex drive, you're not alone. Our Chief Medical Officer shares five insights into how sex may...
You’ve found effective treatment for menopausal symptoms through hormone replacement. Now you might wonder how long you should continue treatment.
It’s common among women in midlife and can accompany perimenopause and menopause in some women. Here’s what to know.
The menopausal transition is a particularly vulnerable time because of hormonal changes and other changes that occur at midlife. Here’s what happens.