Menopause Hormone Replacement INFO CENTER
Menopause & Your Racing Heart
Heart palpitations are common as you head toward menopause. Often they come along with a hot flash. Find out why.
Easing Vaginal Dryness
Forty to 60 percent of women experience some degree of vaginal dryness because of menopause. Find out what's affecting the moisture, acidity and elasticity of the vaginal tissues.
Menopause & Weight Gain
While estrogen levels plummet, you may find that the numbers on your scale are climbing. See what's causing this menopause weight gain connection.
Perimenopause Symptoms: Your Body on Hormone Withdrawal
Missed periods. Sporadic hot flashes. Sudden weight gain. Severe headaches. You've just entered perimenopause. Find out what this 2-8 year period is all about.
Menopause & Memory
Feeling a little forgetful? Well, memory lapses, especially in short-term memory, are a common symptom of menopause. See why and what you can do.
Post-Menopause Diet: Dos & Don'ts
When it comes to managing menopause symptoms, you are what you eat. Your nutritional choices can ease symptoms while giving you that needed extra boost of energy.
Menopause in a Flash: Quick Facts
Hot flashes, mood swings, erratic periods. Need to know what on earth is happening to your body? And quick? Well don't sweat it. Here's menopause in a flash!
Early & Induced Menopause
Not every clock is wound the same. One percent or women experience menopause before age 40. And one in 1,000 women before 30. Find out why.
Your Relationship on Menopause
Menopause emotional ups and downs can affect relationships. Here's how to make sure you don't hurt yourself or the ones you love - or like.
What is HRT?
HRT -- hormone replacement therapy, or simply HT for hormone therapy, as it's now called -- effectively manages menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes, mood swings, AND vaginal dryness. Find out how.
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