Early Menopause

Early menopause can hit in the 20s, 30s, or early 40s. ... read more »

Menopause 101

Menopause is defined as the absence of your menstrual period for 1 year. Menopause usually happens between 40 and 55 years of age, and one-half of women experience it before the age of 51. ... read more »

How Menopause Affects Bone Mass

As the female body ages, estrogen levels decline and so does bone mass. ... read more »

Post-Menopause – After the Change of Life

As women age, they often anticipate menopause. After 40 years of monthly cycles, there is little reason not to want menopause to start and get it over with ASAP! ... read more »

Pregnancy After Menopause: Is It Possible?

Can you get pregnant after the change? ... read more »

Alternative Treatment for Menopause

Here are some non-estrogen options! ... read more »

Surgical Menopause and Hormone Replacement Therapy

Why you need estrogen, progesterone, and other reproductive hormones. ... read more »

Menopause Exercises

Daily exercising can be one of the most important treatments. ... read more »

Menopause Diet

9 tips to create a healthy menopause diet ... read more »

How Menopause Affects Your Mood

One of the least expected symptoms of menopause are mood swings. ... read more »

Menopause and Sleep

As you enter menopause, you may find sleep very dfficult. ... read more »

12 Ways to Relieve Hot Flashes During Menopause

One of the worst symptoms is the dreaded hot flash. ... read more »

Menopause Symptoms

As you reach 40, you may begin thinking about menopause. ... read more »

Perimenopause Symptoms

The “change of life” is actually perimenopause. ... read more »

Home Testing for Menopause

FSH, or follicle-stimulating hormone, values climb as you reach menopause. ... read more »

Diagnosing Menopause

Learn the common symptoms of menopause. ... read more »

Am I in Menopause?

As egg supplies reach their end, menopause symptoms often begin. ... read more »

Breast Tenderness and Menopause

Breast pain and tenderness after ovulation is due to an increase in the hormone progesterone. Breast tenderness during menopause is due to a hormone imbalance. ... read more »

Getting Pregnant During Menopause

Until menopause is officially complete, you can still get pregnant! ... read more »