It’s Valentine’s Day and we’re celebrating love and talking about gasp…dating… - Ellen Dolgen

It’s Valentine’s Day and we’re celebrating love and talking about gasp…dating…

My 42 year old daughter and I are talking about getting back out into the dating scene in your post 40+ years. Sarah has some great tips she’s sharing with the sisterhood! Happy V-Day from my heart to yours!


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  1. I’m scheduled soon to see a hormone specialist. It doesn’t matter how hard I try to lose weight I can’t. I’ve workout, eat right, eat less and nothing but gain. Do you think a hormone specialist benefit me for weight loss and vaginal dryness?.

    1. Sharon, I am so sorry you are dealing with weight gain and vaginal dryness. If you download my free MENOPAUSE MONDAYS® Symptoms Chart you can see that these are common symptoms of menopause. A Menopause Specialist will be able to help develop an individualized plan to attack both of these symptoms successfully. I have many MENOPAUSE MONDAYS® HOT News Flashes dealing with both of these topics. To help educate you on the various options for dealing with these symptoms, take some time to read these blogs. Bring a list of questions in with you to your doctor’s appointment. Good Luck! Keep me posted.

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