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If you’ve found treatment for menopausal symptoms through hormone replacement. How long to continue hormone therapy is a decision you and your doctor.
It's especially important for women to take care of their mental health during perimenopause as they experience a decline in the hormone progesterone.
Hot flashes, insomnia, and depression are almost synonymous with menopause. But for many people, they’re just the tip of the iceberg. Menopause causes
Genitourinary symptoms of menopause (GSM for short) are some of the most troublesome parts of menopause.
In the menopause years, the body goes through so many radical changes that it can be hard to keep track of everything.
Breast tenderness is very common during menopause—and thankfully, it's typically benign. Learn why it happens and what you can do about it.
When estrogen levels fall, your heartbeat may change in response. Here's what you should know about heart palpitation during menopause.
If you're noticing changes in your body shape, you're not alone. Here's how menopause can lead to belly fat, and what you can do about it.
Pimples are more common during menopause than you might think. Learn why perimenopause acne happens and what you can do about it.
Joint pain is common at every stage of life—but it's especially prevalent during menopause. Learn why and what you can do about it.
For many people dealing with vaginal dryness, painful sex, and frequent UTIs after menopause, vaginal estrogen brings powerful relief. Here's how.
Tretinoin is a powerful and effective anti-aging skincare medication. Here's how you can build a daily skincare routine around it.
Thyroid disorders and menopause can produce similar symptoms. Here's how to tell the difference.
Hot flashes affect most people during menopause. But what really causes them? (Hint: It starts in your brain.)
Not sure when perimenopause will end? In this piece, we'll show you signs and symptoms to watch out for.