Connecting the dots between menopause, estrogen, and vaginal changes.
You are the mistress of mood swings, and you could use your hot flashes to fry an egg, but did you know there are over 30 symptoms of menopause—including vaginal discomfort?
How do you explain that angry outburst or pass off one more “headache”? There is life after menopause!
There’s no need to take these changes lying down: here are some tools you can use to get help with your symptoms.
My estrogen has fallen and can’t get up.
Menopause and perimenopause and postmenopause, oh my! Learn the terminology and see the link between estrogen and your symptoms.Understanding Menopause >
What are you going to say to your best friend, your partner, or even your health care provider? It’s time to get over the embarrassment about your discomfort. Fabulous Faye can help.Get a Sneak Peek >
Tackling the taboo.
Of course you don’t want to waltz in and say, “Hey doc, there’s a problem with my vagina.” But that doesn’t mean you can’t discuss this with your health care provider. Find out how to have the conversation.Talk With Your Doc >
Introducing your changing vagina.
Ouch! You probably didn’t know menopause could cause vaginal itching, pain during intercourse, and more. Something else you may not know? There are treatment options.Vaginal Changes & Menopause >
To intimacy, and beyond.
How you feel—and yes, how your vagina feels—affects various aspects of your life, from your sex life to your relationships with friends and family.Vaginal Changes & Intimacy >
You have what?
Wondering and worrying are for the birds. Pull back the curtain and take a look at exactly what’s going on here. Sometimes actually naming your symptoms can be half the battle.Define Your Symptoms >
did you know75%
of postmenopausal women experience vaginal dryness.
Living out loud.
Hear from other women who are living these changes loud and proud, and get some ideas and inspiration about how to take action.Real Stories >
There are options.
When have you ever just “let something happen” to you? Don’t start now. It’s your body–take charge! Learn about your options and what you can do to help yourself.Treatment Options >