Category - perimenopause

25
Nov

Estrogen Improves Memory and Cognition in Perimenopause and Menopause

At a recent meeting of North American Menopause Society I had the opportunity to interview Dr. Pauline Maki, a professor of Psychiatry/Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She talked to me about how women can improve their memory and cognition in perimenopause and menopause with the use of estrogen. Dr. Maki discussed how …

15
Nov

New Female Condom Offers Safe, Pleaurable Sex in Perimenopause – Mache Seibel, MD and Condax Featured in Wired Magazine

  THIS IS THE COVER   WIRED MAGAZINE COVER ARTICLE TITLE “Bill Gates and President Bill Clinton on the NSA, Safe Sex, and American Exceptionalism” BY STEVEN LEVY 11.12.13 6:30 AM   and this is OUR TEAM’S RESEARCH IN THE SAME ISSUE PLEASURABLE PROTECTOR Condax’s Air-Infused Female Condom BY MARK YARM In the developing world, it’s …

24
Oct

[VIDEO] Is Your PMS Really Perimenopause?

Watch the video below to learn about the symptoms of perimenopause. Many times women often spend countless hours going to the doctors for issues like sleep deprivation, heart palpitations, changes in libido, etc only to find out that they are just going through perimenopause. Until next time, Dr. Mache Seibel, Founder of My Menopause Magazine …

7
Aug

Psychological Changes During Menopause

When it comes to mental health, menopause gets a bad rap. It is true that women who are depressed before menopause, or who have had premenstrual or postpartum depression, sexual dysfunction, are physically inactive or who have a lot of hot flashes are at more risk for depression as they enter menopause. But women who …

25
Jul

Dating Over 50 Potentially Risky Business

With the divorce rate over the past 20 years increasing over 50%, more and more women (and men) are finding themselves single and dating. Now a whopping one third of adults 46 – 64 are divorced, separated or never married in 2010 compared with 13% in 1970 according to the NY Times. That ties in …

10
Jul

Other Hormones (besides Estrogen) That Change With Menopause

Mention the word ovaries and most people think reproduction. But the ovaries are much more than two tip-of-your-thumb-sized oval egg containers. Of course reproduction is one of their primary functions. But the ovaries are also highly specialized endocrine glands – organs that produce hormones affecting nearly every organ in a woman’s body throughout her lifetime. …

8
Jul

Expert on Women’s Health Selected as the Recipient of the 2013 NAMS Media Award

For Immediate Release San Antonio, TX Dr. Mache Seibel, a well-known expert on women’s health and founder of My Menopause Magazine, has been selected as the recipient of the 2013 NAMS Media Award on behalf of the North American Menopause Society. He will be awarded during a private awards ceremony on Thursday, October 10, 2013 …

25
Jun

What Causes Menopause? Hint: It Isn't Men.

A recent article in Science Daily suggested men are responsible for menopause. I think it is good press and poor science; the conclusions place a much heavier emphasis on statistics than on sound thinking. Menopause as we know it today has much more to do with the fact that women live longer now than ever …

10
Jun

FREE Menopause Webinar – Learn about Hot Flashes, Weight Control, Low Estrogen, HRT, and Better Sex

Over the last 30 years and after taking care of some 10,000 patients, I have found out that the one thing you want from me is information. Join me on June 13th 2013 for my FREE Menopause Webinar. Watch the video below for details regarding the subjects covered in the webinar.   Date: June 13, …

8
May

Hair Loss In Women: There Is A Treatment

Hair loss for women can be embarrassing and frightening. I recently talked to Dr. Ryan Welter on the subject and he provided us with great insight into the common problem. Hair loss in women is more common than one would think. Hair loss has always been highlighted as a men’s health issue, but studies have …

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