The only lining I used to obsess over was that on the inside of my blazers. Now that I’m dealing with perimenopause and menopause, my obsession has turned to a much more important lining …the lining of my uterus. When we have a normal menstrual cycle, the lining of the uterine cavity usually sloughs off […]
As women of 2014, we have grown up shrugging off things: backhanded comments, broken hearts, and bodily changes, to name a few. So this past year, on the drive home from a family vacation, when Molly took a bathroom break and noticed a small spot of red on her toilet paper, she tried to shrug
Confused about hysterectomies? You aren’t alone. With the help of Dr. Lauren Streicher, Ellen Dolgen answers your most commonly asked questions about the procedure.
By now, you’ve probably crawled into the attic or dug through the hall closet to retrieve your family’s Christmas decorations to prepare for trimming your home and tree. The holidays are a fun opportunity to let out our inner Martha, and sometimes the best redecorating project begins with downsizing. However, when it comes to our bodies, we should be cautious before we start throwing out what we think is no longer working.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to menopause. If you’re thinking about getting a hysterectomy, read more about it here with great information from Karen Giblin!