Physical health, mental health, libido and fertility are all key aspects of a healthy sex life.
Physical health, mental health, libido and fertility are all key aspects of a healthy sex life.
The period between a woman's reproductive years and menopause can bring myriad symptoms.
The period between a woman's reproductive years and menopause can bring myriad symptoms.
The period between a woman's reproductive years and menopause can bring myriad symptoms.
Do not let this middle-age stage extinguish your sexual activity.
Symptoms caused by ovary removal can cause sexual difficulty, but they can be overcome.
Symptoms caused by ovary removal can cause sexual difficulty, but they can be overcome.
On her podcast, the entertainer shares how she tackles hormone changes on tour.
The end of the reproductive cycle can bring a lot of changes. Here's what to expect.
A guide to the change of life: what it is and what to expect.
Learn more about an issue that is often considered embarrassing.
Learn more about an issue that is often considered embarrassing.
Learn more about an issue that is often considered embarrassing.
Perimenopause and "the change" itself present a variety of unpleasant symptoms all at once.
Unfortunately, endo symptoms don't always end with the menopausal transition for some people.
The entrepreneur speaks openly about her experience: 'I thought I was going to die every night.'
There's a lot of confusion surrounding fertility and the years leading up to menopause.
The actress's children experienced puberty at the same time as her own transition.
Take charge of a new chapter in your life after menopause.
The former first lady speaks openly about the changes to her body.
Psychosocial stressors can impact the severity of going through the change.
Not all of these benign tumors shrink or disappear, so don't ignore the symptoms.
All exercise is good exercise, but will it help preserve your energy, strength and sex life?
Here's what you can expect with your periods from puberty to menopause.
Virtual visits offer a convenient solution for women in the menopausal transition.
'The change of life' is inevitable for half the population, but can it be halted?
Physical changes occur with aging, so don't be surprised if you go up several cup sizes!
Bladder control problems can have you worried to break a sweat, but there are solutions.
Sexual dysfunction caused by tightness of the clitoral hood is more common than you may think.
The menopause transition can be a challenging time. It's important you're there to support her.
Menopausal hormone therapy provides a wealth of benefits, but timing is everything.
Urinary tract infections are more common for postmenopausal women, but there are solutions.
Eastern and Western perspectives on the menstrual cycle have some interesting differences.
RLT is touted as a way to improve menopausal symptoms and more, but the research is lacking.
It's important to take care of your physical and mental health during the menopausal transition.
Despite the name, massive bleeding during the menopausal transition is nothing to joke about.
Nutrition and activity are keys to looking and feeling your best during this natural transition.
You're not going to experience the life change, but you should have some basic knowledge of it.
This cannabis derivative may provide some respite from anxiety and hot flashes, among others.
A shortage of hormone replacement therapy is affecting menopausal women in the United Kingdom.
This sexual disorder affects millions of women, but you've probably never heard of it.
If perimenopause has put a damper on your libido, here's how to revive your sex life.
Oophorectomy causes rapid changes to the body, but there are ways to alleviate the discomfort.
Bladder leaks are common, but a variety of helpful items are available.
This holistic practice could support you as you navigate physical and mental symptoms.
The effects of this gynecological therapy come on quickly but are reversible.
A shift in perspective can radically change how this life transition is experienced by women.
If your menstrual cycle has become irregular, you may have entered the menopausal transition.
This debated diagnosis is often associated with several conditions.
It's not just a childbirth issue—menopause also causes problems—but prevention is possible.
Cognitive behavioral therapy could be the missing piece in improving your menopausal transition.
Here's what you need to know to get through your menopausal transition safely.
The number of seniors contracting sexually transmitted diseases is on the rise in the U.S.
These tips about warning signs and healthy behaviors can help you handle the challenges.
Postmenopausal women are at a higher risk of developing this bone-weakening disease.
If your period doesn't return in a few weeks or months after ending birth control, see a doctor.
About half of women older than age 50 break a bone in their lifetime due to osteoporosis.
While understanding hormones during menopause is helpful, there may be better ways to do it.
The seriousness of the case depends on the cause, so make an appointment with your doctor ASAP.
Don't worry, the discomfort of the menopausal transition won't last forever.
While the risk of cardiovascular problems increases as you age, lifestyle changes can help.
When bladder muscles start to weaken, so does our control over urination.
The menopausal transition doesn't have to be the end of your arousal, desire or pleasure.
Decreasing hormones during the menopausal transition contribute to this treatable condition.
Research has shown hypnosis can be effective for some women in reducing vasomotor symptoms.
The bloody truth about refereeing your menstrual cycle.
As you age, how you exercise can help protect, and even improve, your bone strength.
Hormones and life events impact your body, but lifestyle choices can help you navigate changes.
Hormones keeping you up? There are ways to slumber again.
Congratulations, you've made it to this far. Brace yourself, here's what's coming next.
When it comes to your body, turning 50 can be very different from turning 40.
A painful vulva can be caused by several factors, but OTC treatments are available.
Hashimoto's is an autoimmune disease and the number-one cause of hypothyroidism.
NHL starts in white blood cells and is the seventh most common cancer among American adults.
Hormonal imbalances can cause balding in aging women.
Meds often can't help with these period-specific headaches, but there are coping strategies.
Opinions on the procedure are split, and recent research may have had some flaws.
Getting older does not have to be the end of romance. Shed the stigma with a dose of confidence.
However, the common signs of perimenopause are similar, which can make it tricky to discern.
PMS-related sleep issues are common. Here's why.
New research is taking a closer look at the biological factors behind common symptoms.
Largest study to date brings new insights into benefits of MHT for postmenopausal women.
Deciding when to stop hormonal contraceptives can be tricky if you don't know what to look for.
New evidence suggests hot flashes can be alleviated by dietary changes.
Urinary tract infections can lead to a life-threatening condition. Here are the warning signs.
While elasticity has nothing to do with your body count, you can strengthen your pelvic floor.
The U.K. government has launched an inquiry to investigate what's going wrong and how to fix it.
Even light vaginal bleeding after menopause should be taken seriously and evaluated by a doctor.
Five universities will look at a growing number of reports on less-discussed side effects.
For about 1 percent of people, reproductive hormones decline decades earlier than expected
Mounting evidence shows hormone replacement therapy, once feared, could actually save lives.
Forgetfulness and other cognitive difficulties during menopause are common, but there is hope.
Experts weigh in on this unregulated hormone treatment option.
The widening fertility window gives your biological clock a few more years to tick down.
As the original sexual liberation generation ages, understanding HPV becomes critical.
Strengthening this muscle group is important for everyone, especially women entering menopause.
Focus on what’s gained as you age, instead of what’s lost, and watch what happens.
As estrogen levels drop, we’re more prone to certain diseases— simple steps offer protection.
Here is the need-to-know information about your heart health during and after menopause.
Understanding why fluctuating hormone levels cause irregular periods during perimenopause.
This common condition is almost as misunderstood as the vagina itself.
This new phase in life is a time to listen to your changing body.
Educating yourself about menopause can help you better embrace this new stage of life.
Ease your worries by asking your doctor these questions during your check-up.
You can overcome the painful side effects and return to the sex life you want.
Sudden shifts in emotion are a frustrating side effect of a new life stage. Here’s how to deal.
Here are some key things to know about your DNA when trying to conceive.
These tests provide access to tons of info, which can induce more than a little anxiety.
Monthly periods can be a hassle, but changes in your cycle could signal a health issue.
The challenges of menopause require a special focus on exercise.
Entering the wiser years? You get to define your sexual life as you grow older.
Surgery, radiation and chemotherapy save lives…at a price.
It's a vague diagnosis, but if your low libido is disrupting your life, it may be worth a check.
Exercising your pelvic floor now will save you from having to endure serious issues later on.
How and why ovarian health isn’t just about having children.
Vaginal dryness can have numerous causes, but your birth control might be the culprit.
Empathy, teamwork and attentiveness to the needs of both partners are crucial.
Some simple lifestyle and medical remedies can help alleviate uncomfortable menopause symptoms.
You may be surprised to learn how your reproductive organs respond to the test of time.
Here’s what happens when it’s time to remove or replace your IUD.
As testosterone levels decline with age, men may experience a range of symptoms.
You can still enjoy being intimate despite the changes in your body and sex life.
If you're considering this procedure for your reproductive health, here's what you should know.
Understanding the causes of uterine prolapse can help you avoid this common condition.
Menopause is a life-changing process that women shouldn't face without the facts.
The menopausal transition is a time of change, but you can thrive in this life stage.
You've conquered cancer. What you have to do now to get your sex life back.
It's harder to get a good night's rest as you get older—use these tips to help.
Most of the time, they're nothing to worry about, but stay prepared regardless.
Factors that can lead to premature menopause are many, but the cause is often unknown.
Unfortunately, the early symptoms of this dangerous disease are minor and easy to overlook.
As menopause comes and goes, be prepared for major, lasting changes and effects.
When menopause slashes your estrogen production, the body responds with challenging effects.
Surprise: Silicon Valley is ready to capitalize on a multibillion-dollar market.
Support your partner during menopause in a way that fosters a healthy dynamic for both of you.
One in 78 women will get ovarian cancer. Know your risk factors, find it early and beat it.
Are your breasts high or low density? Here's what you need to know.
Weighing pros and cons, here's how women can make the best choice about embracing gray hair.
Vaginal dryness doesn't have to spell the end of your sex life.
Menopause can turn your life upside down; HRT might flip it back around. Is it right for you?
You’re not a whippersnapper anymore! But there’s still time (and ways) to roll in the hay.
You’re not a whippersnapper anymore! But there’s still time (and ways) to roll in the hay.
You’re not a whippersnapper anymore! But there’s still time (and ways) to roll in the hay.
A hysterectomy is a common treatment for ovarian cancer, but it causes surgical menopause.
Though little known, perimenopausal depression can occur in women during a transitional time.
Consider this information when you weigh the options for hormone replacement therapy.
Sex changes as you age, but it still can be just as fulfilling as it was when you were younger.
Pelvic pain is common, but before you receive proper treatment, know what’s causing it.
Menopause doesn’t mark the end of sex. These remedies can help sex stay enjoyable at any age.
Every year, about 1.3 million women enter menopause. Are you ready for the Change of Life?