At this stage it’s very normal to wonder what’s coming next and how quickly you might feel symptom relief.
Is your natural scent changing during menopause? That's normal. Learn about the link between hormones and body odor.
A major new study has shown that vitamin D does not protect your bone health. Here's what that means for people approaching menopause.
The risk of symptomatic fibroids increases over time and peaks just before menopause, after which it begins to decline.
Doctors say it's good to be aware that many women have experienced bleeding changes after their vaccines.
Insomnia during menopause is more complex than you might think. Here's how hormones interact to disturb your sleep—and what you can do about it.
During the menopausal transition, urinary tract infections (UTIs) often become more common due to natural hormonal changes—but treatments can help.
Loss of sleep is one of the most frustrating and impactful symptoms of perimenopause and menopause.
For Pride Month, we interviewed longtime partners who have been going through menopause in parallel for several years.
During menopause, some women occasionally lose control of their bladder, resulting in urinary leakage.
Many people are stunned by the myriad ways menopause affects both mind and body—including joint pain, brittle nails, and electric shock sensations.
For breast cancer survivors dealing with menopause symptoms, safe and effective non-hormonal treatments are available.
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.