After an emergency hysterectomy, Elizabeth Monette woke up and—BAM—was in instant menopause. It was kinda scary. Here she tells us about the shock and discomfort and how she’s getting through it.
Doctors didn’t have advice. So Jeanne Chung channeled her frustration into a new business selling supplements that help ease women through menopause.
She knew next to nothing about menopause when it hit, but now Lisa Kaselak is producing a video series, Hello Pause, in which women recount their experiences.
She was prepared for the worst, but Liz Juneau has found menopause isn’t all that bad. The secret for her? Treating herself with compassion and pampering herself when necessary.
More people than we ever imagined. So what is it about the condition that freaks out so many in the culture—including a prominent TV network? Just don’t ask Gwyneth Paltrow.
In our weekly installment of the Menopause Chronicles, Jeannie Ralston reports that an incident at Windsor Castle disturbed her sons, but it’s not like she could help it. Really!
In our weekly installment of the Menopause Chronicles, Michelle Breyer gives us the details of her horrendous hot flashes and how she coped.
Can someone love menopause? Nancy Goedeke does! Here she tells us how she feels rejuvenated by the “change.”
In our weekly Menopause Chronicles series, Kerry Kittrell tells us how menopause is giving her strength and asks us not to talk about “symptoms” because menopause is not a disease. Point taken.
In our weekly Menopause Chronicles series, Elizabeth O’Brien talks about a treatment she tried that left her with unwanted hair and a welcome libido boost.