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How to Detect Menopause Early Signs Without a Doctor

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12 menopause symptoms 45-55-year-old women need to know about

It’s no secret that 85% of women in the United States have experienced menopause symptoms. Believe it or not, close to 50 million women have experienced hot flashes and vaginal dryness, and those are just two of the symptoms.

Menopause is undoubtedly the elephant in the room for many women, just as erectile dysfunction is the elephant in the room for men. That elephant is what makes them uncomfortable discussing their symptoms and asking for help.

Asking for help is a big deal.

You miss every shot you don’t take.

Not asking for help is missing the shot to gain support and learn how to better cope with this transition instead of attempting to go at it alone the long way. It can even lower the chances of one getting the menopause treatment they need.

The Real Problem

Let’s face it. Asking for help isn’t the real problem….

There’s no doubt that asking for help regarding menopause is a challenge with the way society regards it. The media portrays it as a problem instead of a process and a part of life. Not to mention, there is a lack of available support.

That’s why I am working to be a part of the solution to helping support women experiencing menopause symptoms by creating awareness around the subject and opening a space where they can talk about it freely and seek the help they need.

I hope that men will benefit from this information as well by learning how to support the women in their lives who are transitioning through menopause...Read More

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