10 Myths About Menopause

Myths, like gossip, can take on a life of their own, passing from person to person with just enough accurate information to make the whole thing plausible. Unfortunately, as long as women have been going through life changes (i.e., forever) myths about menopause have spread.

Fortunately, advancements in medicine and biological sciences have helped sift fact from fiction. Even so, it’s still important to eradicate old-time myths and fables of menopause, especially as you approach or begin this important transition in your life.

What Is Menopause?

First, it’s critical to remember that menopause is a normal condition in a woman’s life. It typically takes place after age 40, when a woman’s ovaries no longer release an egg every month and menstruation ceases.

There are several stages in the menopause journey for women:

10 Menopause Myths, Half-Truths and Old Wives Tales

Separate the Truths From the Myths About Menopause Today!

If you’re suffering from menopause symptoms that are making you miserable or impacting relationships, it’s important to find a solution that brings you relief. The medical team at Balance Hormone Center is ready to help you discover if ERT or HT could make menopause more manageable for you. 

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