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Menopause & Urinary Incontinence. How to minimize it.

Menopause & Urinary Incontinence Urinary incontinence is common in women in perimenopause  and menopause. There are two types of incontinence: Urinary urgency is a sudden, compelling urge to urinate, it’s linked to an overactive bladder and a sensation of having...

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The Menopausal Vagina Dialogue. Menopause and sex.

What does menopause do to your vagina? Your sex life? Your intimacy? Your relationship? Your quality of life? If you’re over 50 and sexually active you KNOW that sex feels different now compared to 10-15 years ago. It’s usually because estrogen (and other sex...

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Perimenopause, Menopause, And Mood

Perimenopause, Menopause, And Mood Mood changes during the menopause transition (MT) are common. At this time, both hormonal fluctuations and psychosocial factors specific to midlife may play a role in increased vulnerability to depression. During the menopause...

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Menopause: More Than Hot Flashes…

Menopause: More Than Hot Flashes... Menopause marks the end of reproduction, is defined as 12 consecutive months without menstruation, and the best-known symptom of menopause are hot flashes. Hot flashes that happen at night accompanied by sweating are called night...

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Menopause And Sex

Menopause And Sex. Don't let menopause ruin your intimacy! Decrease in estrogen during menopause changes the tissues of the vagina and can cause painful sex. These changes can cause dryness, burning, irritation, discomfort, and painful intercourse.  The term used to...

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To Drink Or Not To Drink In Menopause

To Drink Or Not To Drink In Menopause Everyone knows that “everything (or most things) in moderation is good for you”, so how much to drink in menopause? This is especially relevant when we are talking about alcohol intake. How the consumption of alcohol relates to...

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Contraception For Midlife Women. Perimenopause.

Contraception For Midlife Women. Perimenopause. Contraception is important during perimenopause, the time leading up to menopause, if pregnancy is to be avoided in midlife. During perimenopause  it’s harder to predict ovulation, women may have irregular menstrual...

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Work and Menopause

Understanding menopause at work is increasingly important to today's career woman.  Menopause is a natural process for most women and refers to the time when menstruation has ceased for 12 consecutive months. Most women start experiencing symptoms during...

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Be Kind To Your Skin In Menopause And Beyond

Summer is here and we must take good care of our skin! Estrogen levels are very low after menopause (menopause is confirmed when a woman has not had a period for 12 consecutive months) and this contributes to a decline in skin collagen.  Since collagen is responsible...

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