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Embracing the Change by Madeline Y Sutton, MD, MPH (Dr. Madeline, MD)

by Madeline Y Sutton, MD, MPH (Dr. Madeline, MD) We’ve all heard our mothers, aunties, friends, and grandmothers speak of “the change.” Then, we reach this period of transition, and we’re still like, “What in the world is happening?” No matter what we think… Continue Reading “Embracing the Change by Madeline Y Sutton, MD, MPH (Dr. Madeline, MD)”

My Choice

Like most women, I always knew the day was coming when I’d have to deal with menopause. I wasn’t especially worried about it, as I didn’t want to conceive any more children and considered menstrual periods to be an annoyance I would gladly do without.… Continue Reading “My Choice”

Dementia?

There are sixty-seven menopause symptoms of which I’m aware; however, one shook me so hard when it appeared. Ten years ago, a change in my skin was the first indication something was changing in my body, although I put it down to stress and… Continue Reading “Dementia?”

I Wish Someone Had Told Me the Truth

On May 12, 2014, I had a partial hysterectomy. The OB/GYN said that leaving my ovaries intact would delay the onset of menopause. By November 2014, all emotional and physical hell had broken loose. I was in full-blown menopause. From 2014 until 2019, my… Continue Reading “I Wish Someone Had Told Me the Truth”

Product Review: Coop Home Goods Eden Pillow*

My husband gifted me with Coop’s Eden pillow at the beginning of 2021 to help alleviate my night sweats. As of today, I’ve been using this pillow for six months. Here’s my review. What I LOVE: Coop makes a good pillow. According to their… Continue Reading “Product Review: Coop Home Goods Eden Pillow*”

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