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If you're experiencing dryness, irritation or pain during sex, you're not alone. As we age, our sex lives may be affected by hormonal changes leading to emotional and physical consequences. Find out what you can do about it.
Whether you're finished having children or considering having your first one, the only thing standing between you and the unexpected is your contraception.
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Many women find sex painful after menopause. This condition, called dsypareunia, has many causes and many treatments.
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When those first hot flashes or night sweats hit, you may want to talk with your health care provider about perimenopause—and read this guide on the menopause transition.
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Rates of Alzheimer's disease are higher in women than in men, and researchers now think they know why.
Making smart health choice can help you have a strong body and mind into your 50s and beyond.
We need to make sure we’re aware of the changes in cardiovascular health due to the depletion of estrogen. Here are the details.
As hormones change around menopause, many women notice an increase in unwanted facial hair. There are many options for managing that hairy situation.
Constipation may become a problem in menopause, and, yes, hormones may be to blame. So, what can you do about it?
Bad breath, food stuck in your teeth, dry mouth—there's a lot that goes on in your mouth and good oral health is essential.
Many of us learned that we should drink eight glasses of water a day, but is that true? It may be more, depending on what we eat and other factors.
With its longer days and warmer weather, summer gives you the perfect opportunity to develop good habits that will carry you into the colder months.
There are risks and benefits to all medicines, and it's important to know whether your medications are achieving the desired goals.
All exercise has its benefits, but there is one form that may give you a boost in the bedroom—strength and high-intensity workouts.
When your body chemistry changes at menopause, so does the environment in your mouth. And that can mean bad breath.
Pain during sex does not have to be accepted as a normal part of the aging process.
As you age, your vagina—due mostly to decreased estrogen levels—can become dry or irritated, which can cause pain during sex. This does not need to be the norm.
You probably know about the weight gain, hot flashes and night sweats associated with menopause. Here are some other side effects of menopause.
Lower levels of estrogen often mean vaginal dryness after menopause. Learn what you can do to minimize symptoms and treat vaginal dryness.
Everything you need to know about endometriosis symptoms and more.
Falls can be more serious as we get older, so take steps to improve your balance and remove causes of falls from your home.
Your health care coverage may change around age 65, either through retirement or government requirements, so make sure you plan ahead.
Please take our survey and tell us what you know about or have experienced related to endometriosis.
A regular meditation practice might benefit older adults beginning to notice memory problems, a small pilot study finds.
Here's good news for middle-aged women who fear their sexual satisfaction is destined to decline: Aging can provide benefits that might make lovemaking even more enjoyable, a small study suggests.
Skip the political talk and chat about what's really important: your health.
Although older women may face more potential pregnancy complications, their children seem to fare better in some ways over the long run, a new study suggests.