If you are like many of the perimenopause and menopause patients I see, you're probably struggling to figure out how to take back control of your body, mind and spirit. You want to know if estrogen is safe for you, what are the alternatives to estrogen, how to control bladder problems or the hot flashes that continue to disturb your day and night. You don't know why you're not sleeping or even which are the best foods to buy at the grocery store for yourself and your family so you can eat healthy.
And because of all that, you're packing on the stress, which is causing you to pack on the weight, which is causing you not to feel at your optimum health.
That's why I created My Menopause Magazine in the Apple Newsstand and formatted for the iPad. I want to share with you the wisdom and experience I've gained over the past 30 years providing care to more than 10,000 women and as past Editor-in-Chief of Sexuality, Reproduction & Menopause, a journal of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. I'll summarize studies, bring you interviews and answer your questions.
That's why My Menopause Magazine is a go to resource to help you get the information you need to navigate this important life transition. I know you get limited time with the doctor and I realize your time is limited too. So the articles are focused and relevant. I want to make it easier for you to take control.
Imagine a monthly magazine designed for your needs. That brings you the latest health information on perimenopause and menopause, helps you make sense out of the confusing information that makes it so hard to make informed choices, and offers tips, information and updates on food, exercise, sexuality, spirituality, and new products that might be of interest.
Please email your questions about menopause and I will answer as many as I can. Also, please e-mail your personal stories about menopause so that they can be shared with our readers. email@example.com
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