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About Stress Urinary Incontinence

I’m Dr. George Ibrahim, and I’m going to explain a little bit about what stress urinary incontinence is, what causes it and touch on what can be done about it. Urologists specialize in urinary problems in both men and women. As a Duke trained urologist and associate clinical professor, I’ve been treating this problem and […]

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Vaginal Sling and Mesh for Treating Incontinence

Vaginal Sling and Mesh for Treating Incontinence I’d like to discuss a topic that you don’t hear about that often, but is extremely common amongst women. Urinary Continence Induced Bladder Leakage Bladder leakage caused by stress urinary incontinence affects millions of women in the US. It’s reported that up to 50% of women over the […]

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Menoquil Review: Does It Really Work for Menopause?

Menoquil has been touted as one of the best menopause supplements on the market. Many of the conventional strategies used in dealing with menopause are risky and, often, cause adverse reactions. Those who are in desperate need of relief from these menopausal symptoms can count on Menoquil.  A Brief Introduction to...

Can You Get PCOS After Menopause for the First Time? » Scary Symptoms

PCOS symptoms vs. perimenopause and aging: And can the onset of PCOS first appear only after menopause? Weight gain, irregular periods, fertility issues… PCOS stands for polycystic ovarian syndrome: a compilation of symptoms that also includes hair loss on the scalp. A postmenopausal woman may begin experiencing symptoms that seem...

Does Cruciferous Vegetable Fight from Menopause?

The thought of menopause can be dreary and scary for many women. After all, it is expected that they would undergo various bodily changes and most of them are not functional changes. Often, most women do not understand what is happening to them, making the transition a lot more confusing...

Menopause Goes Beyond Reproductive Issues

Every week, I go running with a group of women. We're all about the same age and over the years we've compared notes on everything from parenting to gardening. Lately, our conversations have turned to signs of — who's having hot flashes or trouble sleeping, when we had our last...

NAMS updates guidance for genitourinary syndrome of menopause

(HealthDay)—In a position statement from the North American Menopause Society (NAMS), published in the September issue of Menopause, updated recommendations are presented for the treatment of genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM). Stephanie S. Faubion, M.D., from the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, and colleagues reviewed the evidence on vaginal hormone...

Ask a Doctor: Do these symptoms add up to menopause?

Question: I am feeling miserable. I am getting hot and cold flashes without any reason. What makes it worse is that I can’t sleep at night. I perspire so much that I must change clothes. I get these spells of perspiration without any warning. Am I going through the change...

Menopause and Bioidentical Hormones in 2020 – Chart Attack

Source: midlandhealth.co.uk In traditional education, studies about the human body are dominant in teenage years usually in Biology classrooms. It is at that time that the students are going through certain changes and arguably a good time to explore how the human body changes over time. People everywhere, no matter...

Improve Your Heart Health After Menopause

Dr. Goldberg's responses have been lightly edited for clarity and length.With all of the attention on COVID-19 these days, it's easy to forget that there are other health issues putting women at risk. In particular, heart disease poses a formidable threat to women, especially after .In fact, heart disease is...

Dealing With Early Menopause Madness at 41

MENOPAUSE. I said it. That thing no one really talks about. Until it happens to you. I just turned 41 and haven't had a period in eight months. Before that, my cycles were sporadic for about six months. I consider myself to be of sound mind and generally a grounded...

The 7 Most Common Questions People Ask Gynecologists About Menopause

Outside of puberty and pregnancy, menopause is one of the biggest physical changes that people with uteruses go through. Yet there’s still a lot that’s misunderstood about it. Many people are still unsure when it starts, what the earliest signs are, and if anything can be done to make the...

The Power of Healing, Radiant Menopause, and More with Dr. Gill Barham

Dr. Gill Barham is an international award-winning author, speaker, speaker trainer, menopause coach, and host of the Radiant Menopause podcast. Gill (pronounced ‘Jill’) studied music before qualifying as a Registered General Nurse in the United Kingdom. Her transformational work has been recognized with a Doctorate Honoris Causa from the Academy...

What Top Dermatologists Want You To Know About How Menopause Affects Your Skin

Menopause comes with liberating upsides (no more monthly periods) and well-documented downsides (hot flashes and fatigue), but few women are prepared for the ways this natural stage of life impacts their skin. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists defines menopause as the twelve months after ovaries stop producing estrogen...

Diet discussion: Food variety and menopause

A lot of us have been told it's good to eat a variety of foods, but that may not be the best advice after all. 9NEWS medical expert Dr. Comilla Sasson joins us for a diet discussion.This content was originally published here.

Menopause and CBD

It is reported that nearly 75-90% of all doctors visits are to do with stress-related illnesses, with almost73% of people claiming to experience stress on a daily basis. Although there is a general movement towards wellness and self care, many of us still simply try to avoid the reason we...

Doctors Don’t Know How to Treat Menopause Symptoms

For many women, comes as a relief: an end to pregnancy worries and monthly cramps, a farewell to bloodstained panties and premenstrual mood swings. Though menopause signals the opening of a historically uncelebrated chapter in a woman’s journey, lots of women are thrilled to cross its threshold. Others loathe the passage....

This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Go Through Menopause

Though it might feel like one at times, menopause isn’t an illness. It’s a natural part of aging. On average, women in their early 50s start noticing symptoms like hot flashes and mood swings as their bodies signal the end of their reproductive years. If you’re nearing that point yourself,...

My First Hot Flash {Hormones 101}

This post is sponsored by my OVARIES (a.k.a. this is NOT a sponsored post & you should know that going in; Gentlemen, you have been warned).Well hi there, ladies!  We need to talk.  Ok iiii need to chit chat because, for the love of all that is holy, I thought I might be...

How did you know that you were in menopause? Hot flashes? Night sweats?

Generally speaking, a woman is said to be in menopause when she has not a period for a year. If you have not reached that point yet, you are most likely experiencing perimenopause. This phase can begin several years before menopause. It is your body’s way of transitioning towards menopause....

Kids, apnea, menopause: Will my husband and I ever get a good night’s sleep?

Open this photo in galleryFirst Person is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at .“A nightmare about the end of the world woke me.”“Topical,” my husband said.“I have to stop reading the news before bed.”We begin each day with the same...

Tips To Survive Menopause

Will’s Thoughts On Tips To Survive Menopause.During menopause, a woman’s ovaries stop making eggs and they produce less estrogen and progesterone. Changes in these hormones cause menopause symptoms. In man speak, that translates to “Run Forrest. Run Forrest, run!” It is the biological time of a woman’s life when she...