You'll usually know when you're there, but your doctor can indeed carry out some tests to determine whether you've hit the menopause. What are they?
President Trump seems to think women just wake up deciding to have third-trimester abortions, but the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists sets him right.
Polycystic ovary syndrome, which often causes insulin resistance and obesity, can lead to a number of complications. What are they?
More than five million women live with PCOS in the US alone, and the condition can be debilitating. What lifestyle changes can you make to reduce your PCOS symptoms?
Hormone replacement therapy is effective at relieving symptoms commonly associated with the menopause, but it also increases your risk of certain cancers. What do you need to know before you consider HRT?
Isoflavones, plant estrogens, are often said to be a great natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy for perimenopausal women. What do you need to know?
A lot of menopause-related terms get thrown around, but what do they all mean? Let's take a look!
You're more likely to develop uterine fibroids as you approach the menopause — what do you need to know about the symptoms, risk factors, and treatment?
Some women will notice the growth of extra hair in typically male patterns as they go through the menopause and afterward. What can you do about this condition, called hirsutism?
Do you find yourself leaking urine after the menopause? As taboo as this topic may feel, you're certainly not alone — and there are things you can do, as well as medications your doctor can prescribe, that will help you.