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These are on subjects surrounding this time of Menopause that you’re going through and you’ll find some really interesting information and help in them. This is also where the regular articles that the Experts write for you will be mentioned, with the full article being able to be viewed on their own pages.

Irregular Periods

Wednesday, March 11th, 2020

in Menopause Symptom

(This is a copy of the original article I wrote for Health Triangle Magazine) Hi ladies, This month I’m going to talk to you about irregular periods during peri-menopause, because it’s a really worrying time for us, as we haven’t got a clue what’s going on, or why, because our once regular periods can start to become irregular, lighter, heavier, […]

Hysterectomy

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

in The Stages of Menopause

There are 2 types… Partial Hysterectomy The removal of your uterus (womb) but not your ovaries. It won’t cause you to go into immediate menopause, you’ll no longer have any periods and can’t become pregnant. Even if you’ve one ovary, this will still be releasing eggs and producing hormones (oestrogen and progesterone) and why you don’t normally suffer from symptoms. […]

Information about HRT

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

in The Stages of Menopause

HRT stands for Hormone Replacement Therapy and does exactly what it says – replaces the hormones that your body’s trying to get rid of.   Is there just one type of HRT? There are over 50 forms of HRT If the one you’ve been prescribed doesn’t suit you or you’re getting side effects (see below), then go back to your […]

What’s Postmenopause?

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

in The Stages of Menopause

Doctors consider that if you’re still having periods, you’re in the menopause. That you’re postmenopausal when your periods have stopped for 12 months. Many women have been caught out and become pregnant during this time, so it’s advised you use contraception for at least 2 years since your last period. Some women have no periods but still suffer with some […]

What’s Menopause?

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

in The Stages of Menopause

You’re normally through the perimenopause to the menopause stage at around the age of 51 where your ovaries will have stopped producing eggs and you’ll produce less estrogen. This means that your periods will have stopped for at least 12 months (18 months is a better guide) and the risk of getting periods and pregnant has passed.   Will I […]