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|The three stages of menopause6|
For women who experience it naturally (not as the result of surgery or other causes), menopause has three distinct stages: perimenopause, menopause and postmenopause.
|Finding the “me” in menopause3|
Menopause can be a rocky ride. Along with the hot flushes and interrupted sleep, plummeting oestrogen levels can also play havoc with your emotions. Fortunately, Melbourne psychologist Dr Mandy Deeks, the author of Life Begins at Menopause, says we can learn to master our mood swings and find the upside to midlife.
|Is it menopause? Self-test3|
It’s not always easy to know whether you’re entering menopause — ask yourself these five questions to find out.
|Advice for avoiding incontinence2|
Incontinence is an embarrassment and an inconvenience for many women and men. Here we offer some advice to help overcome this frustrating condition
|Natural alternatives for menopause relief2|
A number of natural treatments, ranging from vitamins to acupuncture, can help women find relief from the symptoms of menopause.
|Menopause and your brain1|
Your ovaries and uterus aren’t the only organs in transition during menopause — your brain also experiences chemical changes that can alter the way you think and feel.
|What causes early menopause?1|
Menopause arrives early for some women. Here are some of the common reasons.
|Preparing for menopause1|
Menopause isn’t a disease, it’s a milestone – and one that’s best approached informed and prepared
A simple blood test could predict when a woman will start menopause
|Laugh cycle: Surviving menopause1|
Getting through menopause takes more than hormone treatments and fanning your way though hot flushes. Sharing the funny side with friends can bring instant relief.
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