Here are the top ten articles for the Menopause Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Konenki Menopause in Japan
In Japanese, 'konenki' is more than just menopause. What does having a positive term for the change mean for women in Japan and elsewhere?
2. Paresthesia tingling skin and menopause
Are you feeling uncomfortable in your own skin lately? Paresthesia or tingling skin is sometimes 'caused' by menopause but may also be a sign of something more serious.
3. Anemia and menopause
Tired of dragging yourself around during menopause? You may have iron-deficiency anemia but there is help to feel like yourself again.
4. Breast Changes Normal and Abnormal
What changes to your breasts are normal and abnormal during menopause? Read here for some basic pointers.
5. Chinese women and menopause
Chinese women dealing with menopause report many of the same symptoms as Western women. Why does this matter? The more we learn about menopause around the world, the more we learn about ourselves.
6. Wellbutrin and menopause
Wellbutrin is used to treat depression but you should learn as much as you can before taking this prescription.
7. Frozen shoulder and menopause
Long a complaint of menopausal women in Japan, frozen shoulder is becoming more common in menopausal women elsewhere. Get the basics of this little known condition here.
8. Menopause and Islam
Menopause in Islamic culture, what does the Qur'an teach? This brief examination helps to further understanding and dispense with assumptions held by many in the West.
9. Menopause, low blood sugar, and hypoglycemia
Is menopause leaving you feeling shaky and confused? You may have hypoglycemia or low blood sugar levels, but menopause is not the reason.
10. Cellulite and menopause
What is cellulite and why do about 90% of women have to deal with it? This article is a brief introduction to one of the most visible signs of aging and menopause but it can show up long before.
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