How to be and stay healthy
Prime Women's Health: How to stay healthy at 40+We guide you through staying healthy at 40+
Get the facts
Am I in Menopause?As egg supplies reach their end, menopause symptoms often begin.
Diagnosing MenopauseLearn the common symptoms of menopause.
Home Testing for MenopauseFSH, or follicle-stimulating hormone, values climb as you reach menopause.
Perimenopause SymptomsThe “change of life” is actually perimenopause.
Premature Ovarian Aging or InsufficiencyLearn the difference!
Could it be?
Early MenopauseEarly menopause can hit in the 20s, 30s, or early 40s.
The Online Prime Women's Health QuestionnaireFind out if you follow the prime women's health guidelines
The Online Incontinence TestFind out if you could have incontinence.
Prevent menopausal symptoms
Mindfulness Could Prevent Menopausal SymptomsMindfulness has a variety of research-backed impacts, including a reduction in stress, and improvements in job satisfaction, emotional regulation, and focus.
Recognize and Relieve the Symptoms
How many do you have?
Menopause SymptomsAs you reach 40, you may begin thinking about menopause.
12 Ways to Relieve Hot Flashes During MenopauseOne of the worst symptoms is the dreaded hot flash.
Menopause and SleepAs you enter menopause, you may find sleep very dfficult.
Like PMS but worse
How Menopause Affects Your MoodOne of the least expected symptoms of menopause are mood swings.
Could this be menopause?
The Online (Peri) Menopause Test: Could you have menopause?Find out if you could have (peri) menopause right now!
What to eat
Menopause Diet9 tips to create a healthy menopause diet
Menopause ExercisesDaily exercising can be one of the most important treatments.
Surgical Menopause and Hormone Replacement TherapyWhy you need estrogen, progesterone, and other reproductive hormones.
Get Relief Now
Alternative Treatment for MenopauseHere are some non-estrogen options!
Menopause and Fertility
When does menopause begin?
The age of onset of menopause varies and may have a familial component. Women with many children and higher weights experience menopause later, while those who have no children, smoke, or have been treated for depression can experience it earlier.
Perimenopause or menopause transition consists of irregular ovarian function usually 5-7 before actual menopause and up to 1 year after the final menses.
The change in hormones during perimenopause is often responsible for the clinical signs and symptoms that many women experience.
- Am I in Menopause?
- Getting Pregnant During Menopause
- Getting Pregnant After Menopause
- 12 Ways to Relieve Hot Flashes
- Alternative Menopause Treatments
- Menopause Exercises
- Menopause Symptoms
- Early Menopause
- Surgical Menopause
- Menopause and Bone Mass
- Breast Tenderness and Menopause
- Menopause Diet
Read More: Women aren't the only ones who go through menopause. Read about what happens to men!