If you’re still alive, you’re growing older every day. You may not notice it, but you are. When we make that great shift out of our teenage years into our twenties, most of the changes we encounter about growing older are good.
Menopause Groin And Pelvic Pain
Pelvic pain and menopause. the hormonal changes which come with menopause can affect many different conditions including fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome[...]
Pelvic/groin pain on left side, brown discharge and back pain[...]
Learn how pain in the vulva or pelvis can affect sexuality at menopause. the north american menopause society (nams) provides resources for women to gain an[...]
While abdominal pain can get on your way at any life stage, menopause by itself gives more possible reasons and causes for this troublesome symptom to appear.[...]
I am 42, and it has been over 2 1/2 years since my last period. over the last 7 months, i've experienced several bouts of pelvic pain, similar to ovulation pain.[...]
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