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Premature Menopause at 28
What do you recommend for a 28 year old woman who has been using the pill to regulate her periods for 15...More
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Periods after almot 8 years
I am a 58 year old woman that had her last period in November 2006. Well I woke up this morning with one!!!...More
Posted by An_256713
Slight bleeding after intercourse
Recently I have had slight bleeding after intercourse. What could be the possible causes of this. I'm just...More
Posted by findout2
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Menopause
I was thinking I was through with periods, but after almost 12 months, I started again. Anyone go that long...More
Posted by An_256644
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Two questions
Hoping to find some answers or at least suggestions I am 44, have had 2 kids, and believe I am going through...More
Posted by Deni3336
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HRT dosages
Hello! I'm just starting on HRT. I haven't had a period since December and my gynecologist put me on a...More
Posted by summer_fig
Got the Answer to Sore Nipples
Today - I went to the doctor and got the answer to why my nipples have been so sore.... First off, of...More
Posted by shannon969
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period again?
I am 51 yrs old and had my last period in 2011 I have had period pain and mood swing symptoms in the last...More
Posted by hellohc2222
Post Menopausal Questions
I stopped the pill in October and had the FSH(?) blood work done in January. My doctor tells me I am...More
Posted by kcomm_99
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Stenosis of the Cervix
I am 64 years of age and in the past month noticed "spotting" on pretty much a daily basis. Went to my doc...More
Posted by catonwheels
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Sporadic Low-Grade Fever - Possible Perimenopause/...
Good Afternoon, I am a month away from turning 37, and a year ago after giving birth to our 3rd child, I...More
Posted by An_256573

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Sever Nipple Soreness
I am 44 and was diagnosed with an FSH of 72 last fall and it continues to be there. Which the doctor tells...More
Posted by shannon969
Massive Weight Gain and everything else
I breezed through my early adulthood and childbearing years. Now menopause has absolutely drop kicked me...More
Posted by michigan11764
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Depo Injections
Hi! I started the depo shot in Nov. I continue to gain weight and my moods can be bad a times. My last...More
Posted by penelope71
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ovarian and uterine pain in menopause with Adenomy...
I have been in menopause for a little over a year and was diagnosed with Adenomyosis last year. Even...More
Posted by kjohnson101406
Flashes, sweats and tingling
I'm 63 years old . I had a hysterectomy in 1996. I didn't go through menopause until I was in my 50's. I still...More
Posted by matts03
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Menopause and ovulation
Hello all! I too have the sore nipples, but in addition, I have a bothersome symptom that I haven't had in...More
Posted by An_256464
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multiple sclerosis, menopause and diabetes
I have a 3 part question because I am enduring each one at the same time. been diagnosed with ms in 2004,...More
Posted by im4egypt
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Heavy period & severe cramps
Hello - I'm 54 years old and haven't had my period since October 2013. Saturday started with severe cramps...More
Posted by butterflyrac
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Menopause - Bleeding 5 weeks straight. Is this no...
I am 50 years old and going through menopause. I'll typically get a period every 3 month which will last...More
Posted by vmarsiano
estrace cream
I started using estrace cream vaginally for the first time last night and have had to use a pad today because...More
Posted by An_255672
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Post Menopause Hysterectomy for Mild Cervical Disp...
Is hysterectomy a reasonable treatment for mild cervical displaysia, HPV negative? I had a carcnoma-in situ...More
Posted by An_256402
Post Menopausal Bleeding With Failed D&C - Closed ...
I am 58 and experienced 2 small episodes of post menopausal bleeding. In that I had a cervical...More
Posted by An_256402
P/S Am I losing my mind??
By the way, I am 54 years old, if anyone wants to know...
Posted by kattwildz
P/S Am I losing my mind??
By the way, I am 54 years old, if anyone wants to know...
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Am I losing my mind???
Well it's been almost 2 years now since my last period, and thought I was cruising through just fine. I had...More
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HRT
I am 61 years old and have been on HRT (prempro) since age 40. Several times I have tried to wean myself off...More
Posted by kathryn19
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please help
I am 51 and think i have it the hard stage. i cannot take hrt, i take zoloft now was on effexor . my blood...More
Posted by helenroberts
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Pink tinged mucous during menopause
I am a 54 year old who has had fairly regular periods up until the past year (2013) when I began skipping...More
Posted by ariesv1960

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mood swings/menopause
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