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feeling Awful in the Mornings 3 Replies

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Has anyone had success using alternative methods for hormonal balance? 14 Replies

Started by Angelica. Last reply by Bianka 11 minutes ago.

jelly belly 2 Replies

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Post Menopause? 17 Replies

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Palpitation 7 Replies

Started by Soul. Last reply by Janet 1 hour ago.

Health Anxiety 20 Replies

Started by Maria Patricia. Last reply by maureen (msgb) 5 hours ago.

Low blood sugar caused by hormones. 10 Replies

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Menopause affecting work 3 Replies

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Coming off birth control 3 Replies

Started by Sandi. Last reply by Barb*w* 22 hours ago.

Can't concentrate!!! 11 Replies

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Tips to balance hormones and make perimenopause 'easier' 3 Replies

Started by Angelica. Last reply by Sarah Anderson yesterday.

Eating Frequently 5 Replies

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What do you for your anxiety? 35 Replies

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hormone therapy 17 Replies

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Member Blogs

A Singing Uterus Stars in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend! Over 64,000 of you know Rachel Bloom as the singing uterus in my “A Singing Uterus Explains Perimenopause and Menopause” video.

Now hold on to your ovaries, just one week from today, Rachel will sing & dance onto Monday night TV in the new musical comedy series, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend premiering on the…


Posted by Ellen Dolgen on October 5, 2015 at 11:20am

7 Ways to Manage Breast Tenderness in Perimenopause

For many women, one of the more annoying symptoms that come along with perimenopause is sore, tender, enlarged breasts. This is generally a sign of estrogen dominance. This imbalance of estrogen to progesterone sets up shop as ovulation becomes more and more irregular, resulting in low levels of progesterone. When progesterone isn’t on board to balance out estrogen, breasts can get bigger, swollen and very sore.

If your breasts are so…


Posted by Anna Garrett on October 1, 2015 at 9:01am — 1 Comment

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