Menopause - Management

Will You Have Your Mother's Menopause?

Though heredity plays a role in menopause, there are other factors that can affect your change-of-life transition.

Your Menopause Fitness Plan

Here's a decade-by-decade guide to getting fit before, during, and after the change.

Dial Down the Heat on Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are a well-known, frequently-complained-about source of discomfort brought on by menopause. Here's how to get relief from these and other "more-than-just annoyances."

Mittleschmerz: A Pain in the Pelvis

Those sharp pains mid-menstrual cycle? Most likely Mittleschmerz. Learn more about it, plus get tips on how to ease the discomfort.

The Link Between Menopause and Osteoporosis

Find out the link and how you can prevent osteoporosis from complicating your life.

How to Handle 6 Uncommon Menopausal Symptoms

Menopause affects every woman differently, but there are some symptoms that you won't see coming.

Dealing With Post-Menopausal Weight Gain

Weight gain after menopause isn't inevitable. Here's what you can do.

Health by the Numbers: Menopause

With the right knowledge, women can take control of their health during this important life stage. Here's a look at menopause by the numbers.

7 Ways to Manage Rosacea

Rosacea, which often causes constant redness in the face, can be frustrating and difficult to treat, but there are steps you can take to manage the condition.

Heat Wave: Understanding Hot Flashes

Hot flashes can be uncomfortable, frustrating, even scary. Follow this guide to help ease your symptoms.

Diabetes and Menopause: A Combo Challenge

If you’re a diabetic who’s going through menopause, you’re up against some unique challenges. Find out what steps you can take to stay on top of your health.

5 Reasons Why You Cannot Orgasm

If you're having trouble climaxing, you're not alone. Many older adults have difficulty achieving orgasm. Here, five reasons why you're having difficulty.

Potential Risks of Common Over-the-Counter Pain Relievers

While over-the-counter pain relievers are convenient and readily available, they still come with certain risks.

The Basics of Bioidentical Hormones

Bioidentical hormone therapy is often called "natural hormone therapy" because bioidentical hormones act in the body just like the hormones we produce.

The Menopause and "Brain Fog" Phenomenon

"Brain fog" is a common complaint of women during menopause. They feel they should be at the top of their game, but instead find themselves dropping the ball by making small errors and forgetting details like never before.

The Menopause and Sleep Connection

Women are already more prone than men to insomnia and other sleep issues. Then menopause kicks in and these problems often get worse. So, what's a gal to do?

Could Fluctuating Hormones Be the Cause of Your Bloating?

Bloating is never pleasant, but uncomfortable and irritating. Not only is bloating caused by foods and stress, but can also be induced by hormones. Find out how this happens and what you can do to prevent it.

How Well Do You Understand Perimenopause?

Why does menopause get all the attention when it's actually perimenopause that brings those infamous symptoms? Here's a rundown of the time leading up to menopause.

The Diabetes-Menopause Connection

This critical life change may also be associated with an increased risk for developing diabetes.

How to Talk to Your Doctor About Menopause Symptoms

Talking to your doctor about menopause can help ease your symptoms and make for an easier transition into this new stage of life.

7 Exams Every Post-Menopausal Woman Should Have

Follow our head to toe guidelines for health screenings after menopause.

Diabetes and Menopause: A Dual Challenge

Having diabetes and going through menopause simultaneously doubles the health risks for women. Learn about better ways to treat both conditions.
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