Category: Menopause

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Great news for Menopausal Medicine

License: Wikimedia Commons, Photographer: Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ In a landmark move aimed at advancing women’s health, bipartisan lawmakers have introduced a groundbreaking bill to bolster research, physician training, and public awareness surrounding menopause. Led by influential female leaders and supported by acclaimed actor Halle Berry, this initiative marks a significant step towards addressing […]

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Embracing Sexual Health: A Guide for Women Over 50

As society evolves and conversations around sexuality become increasingly open, it’s crucial to shed light on the sexual behaviors of women aged 50 and older. Contrary to outdated stereotypes, sexuality doesn’t come with an expiry date. Research suggests that sexual activity among older adults is not only healthy but also quite common. However, alongside the […]

The Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM)

Menopause, a natural phase in a woman’s life, brings about various physiological changes, one of which is vaginal atrophy. This condition, characterized by a thinning and inflammation of vaginal tissues, can lead to discomfort and reduced quality of life for many women. However, a recent article in The New York Times highlights a groundbreaking study […]

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Menopause Transitions More Difficult for Women of Color

The journey through menopause is a transformative phase in a woman’s life, marked by hormonal shifts and a range of physical and emotional changes. While this transition can be bewildering for all women, it is particularly intricate for women of color. The experience of menopause is not uniform across different racial groups; it varies in […]

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Understanding and Managing Vulvovaginal Symptoms in Menopausal Women

Menopause is a natural biological process that marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years. However, it is not without its challenges. One of the most common and distressing issues experienced by menopausal women is a range of vulvovaginal symptoms that can significantly impact their daily life. These symptoms, which include dryness, itching, pain during […]

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Veozah: Empowering Menopausal Women with Relief from Vasomotor Symptoms

Veozah: Empowering Menopausal Women with Relief from Vasomotor Symptoms Menopause, a natural phase of a woman’s life, brings about a range of physical and emotional changes. Among the most common and bothersome symptoms experienced by menopausal women are vasomotor symptoms, such as hot flashes and night sweats. Fortunately, there is a groundbreaking pharmaceutical innovation on […]

Exercise and Menopause

As women age and go through menopause, their risk for various health conditions increases. Fortunately, exercise can be a powerful tool for promoting overall health and reducing the risk of many chronic diseases. In this blog article, we will explore the importance of exercise for postmenopausal women and the specific benefits it can offer. The […]

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Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) in Low Risk Women

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been a topic of controversy in recent years due to concerns about potential health risks. However, for low-risk women, HRT can be a safe and effective treatment for menopause symptoms. In this article, we will discuss the benefits and risks of HRT for low-risk women, as well as the different […]

Declining Estrogen Levels During Menopause And Dementia

60% of middle-aged women report difficulty concentrating and experiencing cognitive issues. While a cognitive decline is expected with age, studies indicate that a contributing factor could be menopause, which is characterized by a decline in reproductive hormones such as estrogen and progesterone. Estrogen, primarily known for its function in menstruation and reproductive well-being, also serves […]