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I am 64 years old. My doctor tells me that after next year, I will not need to have Pap smears. Can you explain?

I am 64 years old. My doctor tells me that after next year, I will not need to have Pap smears. Can you explain?

Your Menopause Question: I am 64 years old. My doctor tells me that after next year, I will not need to have Pap smears. Can you explain?

My doctor always cautions me about my cholesterol, but triglycerides are on the list in my medical record. Can you explain what they do?

My doctor always cautions me about my cholesterol, but triglycerides are on the list in my medical record. Can you explain what they do?

Your Menopause Question: My doctor always cautions me about my cholesterol. Occasionally, we even get into a discussion about low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and high-density lipoprotein (HDL), but triglycerides are on the list in my medical record. Can you explain what they do?

I am 57 years old and six years into menopause. My problem is that I often feel like I am on the verge of developing a urinary tract infection. Help Please!

I am 57 years old and six years into menopause. My problem is that I often feel like I am on the verge of developing a urinary tract infection. Help Please!

Your Menopause Question: I am 57 years old and six years into menopause. My problem is that I often feel like I am on the verge of developing a urinary tract infection, but when I take in a urine sample for my doctor to examine, I am told there is no evidence of infection. Help please!

I have read that the communication between our intestine and our brain is why we gain weight in menopause. Can you explain?

I have read that the communication between our intestine and our brain is why we gain weight in menopause. Can you explain?

Your Menopause Question: I have read that the communication between our intestine and our brain is why we gain weight in menopause. Can you explain?

I am 57 years old with a range of menopause symptoms. When I go to my OB/GYN appointments, there is never enough time to describe what I am experiencing. Is there a better way to communicate?

I am 57 years old with a range of menopause symptoms. When I go to my OB/GYN appointments, there is never enough time to describe what I am experiencing. Is there a better way to communicate?

Your Menopause Question: I am 57 years old with a range of menopause symptoms. However, when I go to my OB/GYN appointments, there is never enough time to describe what I am experiencing. Is there a better way to communicate with my care provider?