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What Makes Teen Cramps Come and Go?

Question:

When I get my period, all of a sudden I get a backache, a wicked headache and feel like my insides are being squeezed. How come?

Life Phase:
Adolescence

Concerned About HRT and Dementia

Question:

Am I wrong to be concerned about HRT and dementia?

Life Phase:
Menopause

Decreased Sex Drive After Ovariectomy

Question:

My close friend had a complete hysterectomy and has lost interest in sex. Is this hormonal? Will it improve? What can she do?

Life Phase:
Menopause

Depo Provera and Osteoporosis

Question:

I’ve been using Depo Provera and am feeling fine. Should I be worried about osteoporosis?

Life Phase:
Adolescence, Premenopause

Early Menopause

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I am 39 and having hot flushes and night sweats. I've skipped my period for the last 18 months. Does that mean I am in menopause? Help! I'm too young—what can I do?

Life Phase:
Perimenopause, Menopause

Heavier Flow in Perimenopause

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Recently I have been experiencing large clots and heavier flow. Should I seek the help of a gynecologist?

Life Phase:
Perimenopause

Exercise and Skipped Periods

Question:

Am I skipping periods because I've intensified by excercise regime?

Life Phase:
Adolescence, Premenopause

Heavy Periods After Childbirth

Question:

I'm having heavy periods after childbirth. Is there any product you recommend to wear?

Is the Pill a Smart Choice for a Conscientious Young Woman?

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I'm 17 and want birth control that won't risk my future health or fertility. Should I take the Pill?

Life Phase:
Adolescence

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Enrolment complete: Perimenopausal Hot Flush Study

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CeMCOR is now recruiting Canadian women for this CIHR-funded randomized controlled trial to test whether oral micronized progesterone is more effective than placebo as therapy for hot flushes and night sweats in perimenopausal women.

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