At this stage it’s very normal to wonder what’s coming next and how quickly you might feel symptom relief.
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.
Research shows that the estrogen patch can be a particularly powerful and safe delivery method for estradiol. Here’s what to know.
If you’re having cramps during menopause, here’s why—and what you can do about it.
Learn more about different types of hysterectomies and their implications for menopause and hormone therapy.
Research points to a connection between diabetes and brain health, and there’s a big reason menopausal women will want to pay attention.
During menopause, it is normal for your sex drive to decline. But why does this happen—and what can be done?
Hormone therapy can be effective for a range of symptoms, from hot flashes to low libido
Experienced by more than half of women around the time of menopause, joint pain can make everyday activities particularly difficult and painful.
Here’s a universal truth: Our bodies change. But here’s another universal truth: You can still have great sex in your 50s.
During menopause, your body is doubling the rate at which it stores fat. This means that strategies that worked in the past won’t be as effective now.
Hormone therapy can replenish the body's estrogen and progesterone. But how do you know if—and when—it’s right for you?
Lifestyle changes and exercise can help you lose weight during menopause