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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.
Estrogen declines as you approach menopause which decreases your skin's ability to produce and hold on to moisture. Find out what you can do about dry skin.
Women are often at the peak of their careers during the transition to menopause, and, yet, menopause remains unmentionable in the workplace. Here are some tips to help normalize menopause on the job.
Find out what happens when estrogen runs low and how to fix it.
Confused? Don't be. Here are the basics you need to know about the risks and benefits of hormone therapy.
For most women, it's fine to take birth control pills throughout their 40s and early 50s—and there may even be some advantages other than contraception.
After menopause, many women experience painful sex, sometimes due to vaginal dryness and even vaginal atrophy. Here are ways you can make intercourse comfortable again.
Many women find sex painful after menopause. This condition, called dsypareunia, has many causes and many treatments.
The female sexual response cycle—how women experience sex—is complicated, unpredictable and different from men's sexual response. Find out more about sexual satisfaction.
If you've noticed your clothes feeling a little tight these days, blame middle age. As we age, our metabolism slows. Find out what you can do to speed up your metabolism and lose that extra weight.
You wake up soaked in sweat, you can't lose the last five pounds and your interest in sex is waning. You may be wondering if these are symptoms of perimenopause.
The risk of heart disease goes up as you age. Here are some important numbers to know to help keep your risk in check.
These days, CBD—cannabidiol, a chemical derived from cannabis—is being sold in many forms and used for many things. Find out what women are using it for.
Constipation may become a problem in menopause, and, yes, hormones may be to blame. So, what can you do about it?
You may think only young women struggle with eating disorders, but the fluctuating hormones and stresses of midlife also put women at risk for eating disorders.
Urinary incontinence comes in many forms and affects millions of people. But there are simple things you can do to manage it.
Loss of sexual desire is a major menopause-related problem for many women. Dr. Barb DePree shares some expert tips for dealing with loss of sex drive.
We need to make sure we’re aware of the changes in cardiovascular health due to the depletion of estrogen. Here are the details.
Hormone replacement therapy isn't right for everyone, but it may be right for some. That's why you should discuss it with your health care provider, who can help you evaluate the risks for you.
Many menopausal women experience weight gain, especially around the abdomen. Estrogen loss is partially to blame, but there are ways to fight back.
As hormones change around menopause, many women notice an increase in unwanted facial hair. There are many options for managing that hairy situation.
When your body chemistry changes at menopause, so does the environment in your mouth. And that can mean bad breath.
Menopause and falling estrogen levels fuel weight gain and increase belly fat, the type of fat located deep inside the abdominal wall.
Pain during sex does not have to be accepted as a normal part of the aging process.
If you’re experiencing irregular periods, mood swings and hot flashes, you may be in perimenopause, the walk-up to menopause. Learn the symptoms of this transitional period.
Lower levels of estrogen often mean vaginal dryness after menopause. Learn what you can do to minimize symptoms and treat vaginal dryness.