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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?

My doctor just put me on medicine for (AFib). Because I am 57 years old, we discussed whether menopause increases the risk of AFib since other cardiac risks seem to be more prevalent later in life. Wh

My doctor just put me on medicine for (AFib). Because I am 57 years old, we discussed whether menopause increases the risk of AFib since other cardiac risks seem to be more prevalent later in life. Wh

Your Menopause Question: My doctor just put me on medicine for (AFib). Because I am 57 years old, we discussed whether menopause increases the risk of AFib since other cardiac risks seem to be more prevalent later in life. What are your thoughts?

Why do hormone changes in menopause increase cardiovascular risk?

Why do hormone changes in menopause increase cardiovascular risk?

Your Menopause Question: Why do hormone changes in menopause increase cardiovascular risk?

An Update on Timing of Hormone Replacement Therapy

An Update on Timing of Hormone Replacement Therapy

An Update on Timing of Hormone Replacement Therapy: We Have Had So Many Requests for Information on Hormone Replacement Therapy that We Felt It Necessary to Update This Topic.

I have had migraines all my life. Now, as I am in menopause, they are less but have not gone away. Triptans and analgesics have not helped much. Is there anything new?

I have had migraines all my life. Now, as I am in menopause, they are less but have not gone away. Triptans and analgesics have not helped much. Is there anything new?

Your Menopause Question: I have had migraines all my life. Now, as I am in menopause, they are less but have not gone away. Triptans and analgesics have not helped much. Is there anything new?