The class of medications called SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) or SNRIs (Serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors) can help manage the multitude of menopause symptoms due to hormone changes. In this article, we share what to expect as you begin treatment and reclaim your life.
Menopause is a significant phase in a woman's life, marking the end of her reproductive years. While it brings about a range of changes, both physical and emotional, one aspect that has garnered attention in recent years is the role of testosterone therapy for women during menopause.
Congratulations! If you’re reading this, you are probably starting or considering starting hormone therapy for the first time and you are in for a treat! Here is a short guide of what to expect over the first few weeks and months as you get started.
While menopause is best known for marking the end of a woman's reproductive years, it also brings changes to your body and health that are less frequently discussed.
If it feels more like the Sahara desert than the Amazon rainforest between your legs, this article is for you. Most of us will experience vaginal dryness at some point in our lives.