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Old 11-14-2022, 02:30 PM #1
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Default Menopausal Time and Possible Health Issues

I firmly believe the 10 yrs of depression were menopausal related, I was 53 and I was in that :Time. I've posted that was got me out of depression was getting my thyroid supported.

Here is a link with 11 issues related to menopause.

Health issues for menopausal women: The top 11 conditions have common solutions - ScienceDirect,

Here is another one with just 5 issues.... both are important.

Health Risks That Increase After Menopause | Everyday Health

Sadly too many leave this earth and don't get support for this big change in one's life.

Bug your doctors to work with you here.

Males go thru a change too.
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