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People Who Are Going Through Menopause

Dorian Martin

Dorian Martin, Health Guide

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Changing Length of Menstrual Period Normal During Perimenopause

Sometimes women don’t realize that their bodies are undergoing and they’re in the throes of perimenopause until they start experiencing differences in the timing of their menstrual period.  One time it lasts for almost weeks. At another time, their monthly period may continue for only three days, while the next one might last for... Read moreChevron
posted 04/22/2014, comments (0)|
Sasha Grate

Sasha Grate, Community Member

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Menopause

Menopause More than anything else, women need to learn about menopause in a much more detailed way than ever before. Even their male counterparts need to know about this so that they will understand what it is that women must endure. Menopause is mandatory. Whether you like it or not, it is going to happen. It is nature's way of relieving the... Read moreChevron
posted 02/22/2010, comments (0)|
alinkous63

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I'm a 46 yr old wife,mom,grandma who loves the whole family thing

Lots of trouble with help

I cannot seam to find someone who understands I'm not crazy. I have a great dr but he still is not getting it. I have state funded insurance. I'm always in pain. I follow directions to the letter. I just cant find the help.
donna

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"NO YOU ARE NOT NORMAL BUT ALSO YOU ARE NOT CRAZY OR ALONE"

I am a 49 year old woman in menepause. I have three children, ages,31 a son. 2 daughters 19,and 18.when I had my last child the doctor left after birth in me which caused me to hemmorage, and later they had to do a partial hestorectomy, It was not until years later the flashes hit me,every thing hit me all at onced. given the choice I would... Read moreChevron
posted 09/02/2009, comments (0)|
Haralee

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CEO of Haralee.Com, Maker of Sleepwear for Night Sweats

The Power of the Brain

Susan Love's Army of Women, http://www.armyofwomen.orghas posted a Call to Action for women in the San Francisco, Stanford University area to participate in a new study. This study looks at the brain and cognitive function of breast cancer survivors and non survivors.   I am fascinated with the brain, and any studies concerning the brain... Read moreChevron
posted 04/20/2009, comments (0)|

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