Hormone changes and a slowing metabolism can lead to weight gain during menopause, particularly around your belly. But weight gain isn’t inevitable. Check out these tips for maintaining your weight after menopause.
Pelvic exams are less than fun on a good day, but when you’re on your period? Yeesh. Read on to learn when to opt out and when to power through.
If you have uterine fibroids, you already have to deal with symptoms like pain and fatigue. But do they also cause weight gain? An expert explains.
Uterine fibroids can cause pelvic pain and bleeding between your periods — but did you know, depending on their size and location, they can also cause other issues like constipation?
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Low testosterone in women can cause sexual dysfunction and mental health distress. An expert explains the factors behind low testosterone and what treatments are available.
During perimenopause, your personal preferences and medical history remain important factors in choosing the right birth control for you. An Ob/Gyn explains the best options and how they may impact menopause.
Not sure what size tampon you should be using? An expert outlines the different options and how to pick the right one for your menstrual cycle.
As menopause approaches, it’s important to know what’s happening to your body and what to expect. A certified menopause practitioner helps debunk some of the myths about hot flashes, one of the most pervasive symptoms of menopause.
It’s possible to feel nauseated in connection with a hot flash, but it’s not common. Here’s what to know about hot flashes and nausea, including when to connect with your healthcare provider for a deeper dive into what’s going on.
When this menopausal symptom descends, it feels like you’re suddenly stuck inside your own personal inferno. But what does a hot flash really feel like, and how do you know if you’re having one or if you’re just feeling kinda toasty?