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2+ years of sweats & 3 generations of cancer histo...
I have been dealing with the big M since January 2012. My periods are 3-4 months apart right now with my...More
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Drugs induced menopause
Hallo, I'm 39 and two and a half years ago I've been diagnosed with hormone sensitive breast cancer. After...More
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Cytotec
Hello I have a concern about cytotec can anyone help me with an answer
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Menopause
well I've been dealing with light bleeding now for 8days, not much cramping at all, not sure if this is...More
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Help!
I am 50, almost 51. I stopped getting my periods a year ago. But I still have the symptoms. I feel I am still...More
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HRT question
I'm new here too. I am 55 & have been told to stop taking birth control pills & switch to HRT...More
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Hello everyone, I'm a new kid on the block!!
I am menopausal. My last period was a year ago. I am still have all the symptoms. I tried menopause groups on...More
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Vaginal order
I am 41 went to the doctor to confirm what I thought my blood work was I was in menopause big time.... I had...More
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Menopause????
I have not had a period now for 2 1/2 months, last month I breezed through no pain at all. This month...More
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Menopausal with stroke hx
I had a hysterectomy 3 years ago and was on an estrogen patch for about 6 weeks post op then discontinued due to...More
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Cramping caused by menopause
I have had cramping, like a menstrual cramp, for some time now. Is this yet another effect from menopause? I...More
Posted by An_257938
Post menopausal
I'm 52 y/o and my period had stopped last January when I got married for the second time,since my period...More
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Post menopausal
I'm 52 y/o and my period had stopped last January when I got married for the second time,since my period...More
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menopause
Is it possible to go into a 2nd menopause. I had an early hysterectomy leaving the ovaries. In my early 40's I...More
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Perimenopause or not
Hi, am 41. I really don't know what to do any more. My gynea told me today that there is nothing wrong with my...More
Posted by nonniedd
Post Menopausal Cramping
I am 56 years old and haven't have a period for 9 years. Yesterday, I had cramps all day (just like old...More
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periods are not stoppind at the age of55
My periods is not stopping and continously coming from 15 to 20 days monthly..(heavy bleeding) I'm 55 years...More
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Cancer Scare But Very Confused - No Hormones?
Dear Doctor, 3 weeks ago my husband took me to the ER for post meno bleeding at the urging of a doctor...More
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How Much Do You Know About Antibiotics?
"According to a new WebMD/Medscape survey, some 95% of health care professionals say they sometimes...More
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crazy menapause
Hi everyone I started pre menapause at 30 im now 44 ans its hitting hard, always hot and I work in the heat...More
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Finding the right relief for my menopausal symptom...
Long story short, I had a hysterectomy that left my ovaries about 5 years ago. I started having hot flashes and...More
Posted by cat1022
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Surprise! Period and then some
I'm about to turn 53. I have gone without menstruating since Oct 2013 (8 months). In January, my doctor...More
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Menopausal Hair
I'm still trying to figure out how this discussion works. Meanwhile, I'm going to reply to and earlier post...More
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Pre-menopause
I haven't had my period since August 2012 and last year when I went for my physical, the family doctor...More
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The contraceptive pill and menopause
Hi, I´m 52 years old and have been taking the contraceptive pill Cerazet for the last 2 years. Will I know if...More
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sore nipples
I am 59, 14 years post complete hysterectomy, 2 years post thyroidectomy with cancer diagnosis. I am...More
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Medical or Postmenopausal but having period
I had cervical cancer in 1998 at age of 33 and afterwards went 10 years without a period. I then had a period...More
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Menopause and Hair
Hello, anyone out there? This is my first time here. I've never begun a discussion before, so here's...More
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Menopause and Hair
Hello, anyone out there? This is my first time here. I've never begun a discussion before, so here's...More
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I-Cool
I would like to know if anyone has taking this for menopause and how did it make you feel and does it...More
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