Perimenopause is the time leading up to menopause when the ovaries start making less estrogen and you stop menstruating. Perimenopause spotting may occur as a result of these hormonal changes.
Menopause is a significant change that happens in every woman’s life. The right kind of preparation can help you stay healthy while potentially encountering 34 menopausal symptoms that exist.
A distended bladder is the inability to urinate normally and can cause a constant feeling that your bladder is full (urinary retention), a slow stream of urine, and abdominal pain. In this blog, we’ll share some ways you can manage it at home.
It’s common for your menstrual flow to vary from light to heavy during perimenopause. But the real question is, how many days are normal perimenopause periods? We will answer this in this blog.
Statistically speaking, many women will experience unusual or weird perimenopause symptoms. We will shed some light on these lesser-known symptoms and teach you how to prepare for, manage or even prevent them.
Perimenopause is the transitional period before menopause. While every woman goes through this, only a few are informed and are able to prepare before horrible symptoms show up.
Unlike chafing on other parts of the body, vaginal chafing needs to be addressed quickly because it could progress to a more serious infection. Discover some helpful treatments in this blog.
Aside from hormonal changes, pregnancy can cause vaginal dryness due to decreased vaginal moisture. Here, we share the best and safest tips for pregnant women dealing with vaginal dryness.
Fibroids form in the uterus while cysts form in the ovaries. Although both are mostly benign, it’s crucial to know the proper treatment for each.
You might find that your breasts remain sore even after your period ends. This is not something to ignore! Here are some reasons why this happens, aside from PMS.