When Jacqueline Weeber felt menopause overtaking her life, she tried to tackle it alone. Success came only when she sought help.
Thanks to candid questions, Brenda Marihugh learned that intimacy could be possible again.
After pelvic floor reconstruction, Berdeana Matthews is back to enjoying life.
Having a women's health specialist look at the whole picture made all the difference for this 46-year-old.
Menopause wreaked all manner of havoc on Chris Burns for 10 years. With help from a specialist, she found the relief she needed.
No matter what your age, no matter what your stage—don't accept sexual problems as your new, unalterable reality.
The most normal thing about the peri-menopausal years? They're often laden with uncertainty and inconsistency.
It prevents ovulation and may slow the natural depletion of ovarian follicles, lowering the risk of early menopause.
Women who have less sex may be more likely to start menopause earlier, as their bodies adopt what experts call a "use it or lose it" response.
Susan Cloutier ignored the bleeding, the pain and the incontinence—until her body insisted, no more.
Resources abound for women who experience menopause symptoms while battling breast cancer.
Patients need to feel comfortable talking to doctors about this important aspect of their personal health—and doctors need to encourage the talk.
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