- How to Talk About Painful Sex After Menopause
Many women find it hard to talk to their partner about painful sex after menopause. Find out how to open up and keep your love life pleasurable for both of you.
- The Link Between Menopause and Chronic Pain
A study has found that women with menopause symptoms are nearly twice as likely to have chronic pain diagnoses, such as fibromyalgia, migraine, and back pain.
- Guys' Guide to Menopause
Learn what goes on during a woman's menopause -- and how to help your partner.
- Quitting Hormone Replacement Therapy
Should you stop using hormone replacement therapy for menopause? Find out what factors to consider, how to quit, and what to expect if you do.
- Low Sex Drive? Here's a Menopause Makeover
If menopause has your sex drive in low gear, rev it up with these tips.
- It's Not Your Mother's Menopause
Get ready for today’s modern, more optimistic approach to life during -- and after -- menopause.
- Menopause and Sweating
Hot flashes making you sweat? Here's how to find relief.
- When Will You Reach Menopause?
When will you reach menopause? WebMD explains what factors into your menopause age.
- Oh, Do You Know the Muffin Top?
How to tackle the layer of belly fat that develops in women approaching menopause.
- Menopause: Is There Life Beyond Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Post-HRT, what are women doing to manage menopause symptoms? And are compounded bioidenticals safe?
- Unlocking the Secret Pleasures of Menopause
- Too Young for Menopause
What causes premature menopause and what can you do? Get information about early menopause here.
- HRT: Revisiting the Hormone Decision
It's been 5 years since studies proclaimed hormone replacement therapy a danger for women. WebMD investigates today’s changes and tells you what you need to know to make the HRT decision now.
- Menopause and Sleep
How to Sleep Better With Menopause
- HRT: Where Are We Now?
A few years ago, the use of hormone replacement therapy looked like a medical mess. For decades, women were told that HRT -- usually a combination of estrogen and progestin -- was good for them during and after menopause. Then, the 2002 results of the Women's Health Initiative study seemed to show just the opposite: hormone replacement therapy actually had life-threatening risks.
- Your Brain on Menopause
One minute you're laughing, the next you're sobbing - what's going on? Hormone surges and dips throughout menopause affect your brain as well as the rest of your body. Here's what happens and why, and how to cope.
- Good Food for Better Sex?
Some foods may be turn-ons, but an overall healthy diet is healthy for your sex life.