Menopause

Menopause is the naturally occurring decrease in female reproductive hormones. On average, this occurs when a woman reaches age 40-50.

If it has been 12 months since your last period and you are in the appropriate age range, you might be experiencing menopause. It is a natural process and cannot be cured, but there are many different treatment options.

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How many people 3,000,000+ new cases per year

Diagnosis Imaging and lab tests required for management

Recovery Treatment is symptom-based and may include hormone therapy

Understand the Basics


The Stages of Menopause

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The Stages of Menopause

Menopause is a natural transition period where women progress from their childbearing years to a subsequent stage of their lives. The symptoms that come with this shift appear in overlapping stages. Read this article to learn more about the stages of menopause.

What is Menopause?

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What Is Menopause?

Menopause is a normal process of aging in women which usually occurs at the age of 45-55 years. This is characterized by the cessation of menstruation along with a number of changes in the body, and marks the end of reproductive period in women.

Hot Flashes and Women'’s Health

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Hot Flashes and Women'’s Health

When a woman experiences hot flashes she will begin to sweat profusely. Read this article to learn more about common hot flash triggers and how to control them.

Understand Causes


Women Who Smoke Increase Their Risk for Hot Flashes

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Women Who Smoke Increase Their Risk for Hot Flashes

Hot flashes commonly occur, in women, over night. Recent evidence suggests that women who smoke increase their risk for hot flashes, compared to women who do not smoke. Read this article to learn more about this study.

Reduce Stress to Control Your Hot Flashes

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Reduce Stress to Control Your Hot Flashes

Hot flashes during the night are known to occur in women who experience menopause. To alleviate the symptoms of hot flashes, one should consider training techniques to reduce stress. Read this article to learn more about how women are controlling their hot flashes.

Soy Helps to Manage the Symptoms Associated with Menopause

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Soy Helps to Manage the Symptoms Associated with Menopause

Soy milk can benefit your health; however, did you know that there is one more reason why you should include soy milk in your diet? Soy milk is now known to help prevent symptoms that surface from menopause. Read this article to learn about how soy milk can help manage symptoms caused by menopause.