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Menopause is not an illness but a natural, if sometimes difficult, phase in a woman’s life.

We believe that you shouldn’t have to go through menopause alone, struggling in silence. Menopause should be a journey supported by a community of women sharing experiences. The more we speak about menopause, the less isolating it becomes. We want to bring menopause out from the shadows and into the light and to explore ways of making it an easier journey for you.

We support you through Perimenopause, Menopause and Postmenopause


During perimenopause your body goes through a natural transition to menopause and the end of fertility. It can start a decade before menopause, but the average is 4 years. You begin to experience subtle changes to your body. Periods can become irregular, longer or shorter, sleep can become disturbed, mood changes are frequent and hot flashes can become part of your daily life. There are more than 40 possible issues that can start in perimenopause.

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Menopause is defined as the point where 12 months have passed since your last period. The ovaries are not producing any more eggs. The changes that began in perimenopause continue as do the issues caused by fluctuating hormone levels. More than 70% of women continue to experience hot flashes in this phase as well as many of the other issues. Each woman will experience menopause in a different way.


Postmenopause begins from the point of menopause (12 months since your last period) and extends to the rest of your life. During this phase, your hormones will eventually stabilize, and you can experience a new sense of calm. For most women, menopausal issues will disappear or become very mild. This can be a period for new freedom and new beginnings.


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SI Joint Pain Caused by Food?

Si joint pain is usually first experienced after childbirth and later in perimenopause and menopause. The usual causes are hormonal imbalance and weight gain in pregnancy and later in life.

Back and Joint Pain in Menopause

Back and Joint Pain in Menopause

As estrogen starts to fluctuate and decrease, so does our capacity to absorb vitamin D, which is responsible for the absorption of calcium. Doctors often give women calcium in perimenopause and menopause for their bone health but do not mention that taking it together with vitamin D and vitamin K is necessary for the calcium to enter our bones.


Do It! You deserve it! Self-Care Is Vital In Menopause

We are caretakers all of our adult life. Perimenopause and menopause are periods in our lives where taking better care of ourselves is necessary. Pampering yourself is a must because it is one of the ways to invest in aging well.

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