Hormonal Changes


Behaviors that Exacerbate Menopause Symptoms

Some women dread menopause, and some can’t wait to say goodbye to their periods. But just about every woman could do without menopause symptoms. And they may not know that ...

What is Post Menopausal Bleeding?

Let’s add something else to the list of what’s certain in life for women: death, taxes … and your period. No one really likes ‘Aunt Flo,’ which is why menopause ...

What can I do if I have a short interval between periods?

Question: I am seeing that a period after 15 days isn’t normal. What can I do? Answer from Dr. Daniel Gruber, urogynecologist from Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington D.C., part ...

Would having my ovaries removed help me gain hormonal stability?

Question: “I had a partial hysterectomy in 2012 where my uterus and tubes were removed. I find I am still having the extreme highs and lows of having a period. ...

Everything You Need To Know About Painful Periods

When adolescent women are taught about getting their period, one of the first things they learn is that cramping is normal. And of course that’s true – menstrual cramps are ...

Hormones After Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Therapy

Treating pelvic floor disorder can range from noninvasive options like Kegel exercises and physical therapy, to medication and, in some cases, surgery. The type and severity of your pelvic floor ...

What Is Abnormal Menstruation?

Image credit: Illustration by Caitlin G. McCollom – Teen Vogue When we first start our periods, it’s difficult to know what to expect. Aside from what we see in movies, ...

Hot Flash or Fever? Signs and Symptoms of Menopause

“Wait. Was that a Hot Flash or do I have a Fever?!” If you’re like me, your feelings are all over the place during this pandemic and you may find ...

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