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menapause/ 49ers old no period in 10 years
I was wondering if it is normal for periods stopping at age 40. I am 49 now an no periods still. Is that...More
Posted by sourapplemix
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Hot flashes/ being cold
Hi everyone, I'm 47 and have had symptoms of peri menopause for a couple years. Just last year, my periods...More
Posted by kimbella47
Wine?
Hi everyone. Happy new year to everyone. I just wanted to comment on one of our readers comments,...More
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anxiety or perimenopause?
Dear Doctor,How can I tell, I have anxiety disorder or perimenopause? After telling my symptoms to my doctor,...More
Posted by An_254570
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pre-menopausal at 34
I was on BC for 17years stright. Half of that time I took BC blocking my period meaning my period week I would...More
Posted by erie14
Am I having menopause hot flashes/ sweats
I knee surgery 2 1/2 wks ago, I had a hysterectomy 9 yrs ago ( leaving 1 ovary and tube). I have always cold...More
Posted by jant123
I'm beginning to think I will never go through Men...
I'll be 54 in March. I have had a few symptoms starting at 45 but them seem to go away. Still having regular...More
Posted by joni60
Enough Sex Already
This society is so rampant about sex, sex, sex, and I think it is sick. We as a society are not able to stop....More
Posted by An_254960
Perimenopause
Hi Dr Minkin, Thank you for your suggestion. Now my period started, not heavy,feeling ok, but still have 4...More
Posted by An_254570
bleeding after re-starting medroxyprogesterone
I have not had a period in 3 years and have been on .9 Premarin and medroxyprogesterone for 1 and 1/2 years....More
Posted by An_254907
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bleeding after 3 years no period / started medroxy...
I have not had a period in 3 years, have been on .9 Premarin and medroxyprogesterone for 1 and 1/2 years....More
Posted by An_254907
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D&C
I have a question, I recently went to the doctor because i was bleeding very heavily. I have been told that I...More
Posted by shewil
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Surgical Menopause
Because of an Ovarian Cancer diagnosis last August 2012, the first step of treatment was a radical...More
Posted by blackroses
Menopause
Hi all - I have been cramping for about a week now and experiencing vaginal dryness for about a month. I...More
Posted by myjourney123
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Menopause
Hi all - I have been cramping for about a week now and experiencing vaginal dryness for about a month. I...More
Posted by myjourney123
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menopause
lubricants have not helped...is there a non-painful way to re-open the labia minora due to vaginal dryness?
Posted by An_254850
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Light bleeding after intercourse
To start I will give you a little bit of history: I am 53 years old, was on the birth control pill for until I I...More
Posted by st1960
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Labia sores teatment help?
Does anyone have a natural treatment for a sore caused by dryness during intercourse? I don't mean a...More
Posted by car0linafran
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To HRT or Not
I have never posted to this nor any other discussion group. But I am truly needing some common sense advice....More
Posted by An_254824
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Tired?
Anyone become more tired and/or experience a noticeable lack of energy during menopause? I have mild hot...More
Posted by ajk1962f
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Fibroids - what to expect ?
Now that I've been diagnosed with fibroids (Losing my grip thread), I'm not sure what to expect from them. ...More
Posted by An_246914
Need help
I feel like my body is failing me to an extent.. I was dx'ed with PCOS when i was about 20 always had...More
Posted by mommieof20102
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Spotting during perimenopause
Hello everyone, [br>[br>I'm 47 years old and have been having perimenauposal symptoms for over 2 years,...More
Posted by An_254740
Stopping HRT
I had a complete hysterectomy 19 years ago, I am now 52, and have been on the Vivelle-dot patch for approx....More
Posted by wvdwright
Stanford Project on Vaginal Dryness/Poll
Hello Ladies, I am an MD researcher at Stanford University, exploring new treatments to treat the symptoms...More
Posted by biodesign

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Which of the following is most important to you in choosing a therapy for your vaginal dryness (vulvovaginal atrophy/atrophic vaginitis)
  • therapy is not estrogen-based
  • therapy does not require a procedure
  • therapy has long-lasting results
  • therapy does not require frequent application
  • therapy can be started and stopped at your own discretion
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menopause sucks
Thank you webmd for providing this forum! It helps to know I am not the only one struggling in menopause. I am...More
Posted by kaydeeo
estrogen after complete hysterectomy
In 1991, at the age of 33, I had a complete hysterectomy and was placed on estrogen. Through the years, I...More
Posted by deda1957
Personal Health Records
Dear members of the WebMD, I would like to invite you to complete an online survey questionnaire to help...More
Posted by armin27950
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Just started perimenopausal symptoms
Hi Everyone,. I just joined this community because I am looking for support and answers. Just a brief...More
Posted by An_254625
MENOPAUSE RESEARCH
MENOPAUSE RESEARCH- I am a PhD student at the University of Newcastle studying the changes in Mood and...More
Posted by kimkalousek

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Mary Jane Minkin, MD, is a nationally recognized obstetrician gynecologist, with a special interest in menopause. Dr. Minkin is clinical professor of ...More

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mood swings/menopause
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