World Menopause Month on October, 2019: Can this already be menopause?
October, 2019 is World Menopause Month 2019. Menopause Relief Relieve Your Menopause Discomfort W/ A Natural Treatment. Call Today.
If you are already going through menopause or perimenopause you may begin worrying about what your life is going to be like. Menopause and your life after that. How you will face society, how to maintain your well-being and are probably scared about the way you feel and the changes your body is experiencing.You may worry how your mood will be, You wonder if you will be able to enjoy life in the same way you did prior to menopause. life after menopause can be quite enjoyable. In the 1980s, menopause was considered a scary and dreadful thing to be in. Some people even used the word castrated for women who had had a hysterectomy.
All that has changed. With the “baby boomer” generation going into menopause, most women are aware and the medical field and those who are continuously doing research have made information available that is extremely helpful. With guidance a woman can go through this phase of life smoothly. You have to be strong and fight things like anxiety and depression instead of resorting to drugs. There are still some social problems that do exist where menopause is treated as unnatural.
You need to adopt a “so what?” attitude. Face all that has to come because there are plenty of ways to handle this new phase of life. In fact in can be the most pleasurable time of your life. Contrary to what a handful of society in this world thinks, a woman can be a good lover because she knows she is free of getting pregnant ,s he can be a business woman with no worries of getting a period, she can be a writer, homemaker, traveler unlike your mother or grandmother who considered menopause as a taboo word. Don’t believe everything you hear.
Your sexuality remains the same. Lubricants help a woman when it comes to loss of libido. The reason is because of the vaginal dryness and the pain. So if you and your husband or partner discuss and handle things properly you can have a blast in this phase of your life which will bring you more closer to each other.
you should read all the articles at
Can chemotherapy cause early menopause?
Calm down, breathe and relax! It's not the end of the world if it is menopause! My mom had breast cancer and, because of the treatments and drugs, developed menopause very early as well, in her early forties. It was hell for her because she couldn't take any of the medicines that ease the symptoms because she was still in remission. You should visit your doctor and talk with him/her about what you're experiencing. Don't be afraid to go. You're not even sure that it is menopause, and if it is, it'll be ok. Try to keep everything in perspective. I know it's a big physical and psychological change to face if it is menopause, but you beat Hodgkins! You will be alright. Good luck!
What is the difference between Bipolar and Menopause?
There is really no similarity at all....... Bipolar mood swings last for months, not minutes or hours. Bipolar begins in the late teens or early 20's not the 50's..... Menopause has many physical symptoms that Bipolar does not, like hot flashes. Bipolar does not change your menstrual cycle, menopause messes them up seriously before stopping them altogether..... Bipolar does not have memory loss..... except in the worst cases of mania. Bipolar mood swings are MUCH more severe than menopause. Google them and read about them, then you will see the difference. They are nothing alike.
Everyone has all the symptoms of Bipolar Disorder....... because everyone has mood swings, momentary loss of judgment, likes to go shopping, likes sex, feels down sometimes, gets angry now and then and is hyper on occasion. The difference is that all of these symptoms in Bipolar are so intense that they interfere with your ability to function. Think of a pole (biPOLEr) with 0 at the center (0 being normal) and 10 at one end (manic) and -10 at the other (deep depression). Most people have swings but stay within 3 to -3. I have fairly severe Bipolar 1 but since my psychosis is mild I go from -9 to 9.... Also depression that comes and goes is not bipolar but just recurring depression, you have to have mania for it to be Bipolar..... you have to go to both ends of the pole.
Rapidly changing moods or becoming angry or sad easily is not Bipolar. That is just having emotions. People with Bipolar Disorder do not change emotions quickly, they go through long periods of deep depression followed by long periods of mania or elevated mood, long periods meaning weeks or months or years. Mood effects everything about you.... your energy level, self esteem, sleep patterns, appetite, sexuality, emotional response, etc.....
This is what it is like to have Bipolar disorder:
Depression - too tired to get out of bed, shower, even to brush my teeth. Cry all the time, sleep 16 hours a day. Feelings of self loathing and guilt that drive me to think of suicide but I'm to tired to even think about how to go about killing myself. It makes you feel small and worthless and completely insignificant. It makes you think about how big the world is and how meaningless you are in it..... and it refuses to let you have any good thoughts or see any good things.... when you look in the mirror all you see is pain, you don't even see yourself, you don't taste your favorite foods anymore, see that flowers are blooming, whether or not the sun is out, you become so inward that you hardly even notice your surroundings..... You don't even feel love for people anymore.... positive thoughts are just not possible...... it is a deep dark hole with no way out and no light for hope.... and most of all it makes you feel sooooo alone. And even if there were someone who cared about you they would be better off if you killed yourself....... because all you will ever be is a burden....... this can last from a couple of weeks to a couple of years.
Mania - Way too happy! PARTY GIRL! love drink and drugs. Talk really fast and pressured because my thoughts are going faster than my mouth can keep up with. Hypersexual - like I sleep with strangers and guys I just met on the internet or I masturbate 10 times a day. I once became bisexual because there were twice as many people to sleep with. down load porn and spend tons of money on sex toys. Spending sprees..... I once spent my mortgage money on african violets, yep, $1500 on African violets (then I got depressed and let them all die). Quit my job because I wanted my vacation pay for lottery tickets and I was so convinced I would win that I started shopping and writing bad checks because I'd be rich as soon as the numbers were drawn. Decided that I could replace the furnace in my home by myself... I mean how hard can it be..... Only sleep 2 or maybe 3 hours a night for months on end and never feel tired. In the end I was unemployed, $30,000 in debt, and had almost lost my home, which needed a new furnace because I had removed the old one.. or parts of it anyway. This can last for months.
I also have mixed states when I am depressed and manic at the same time which are truly the worst... By body and mind are depressed but there is this undercurrent of energy running all the time..... I'm highly emotional but the emotions tend to be negative (guilt and anger) I have intrusive thoughts and urges to mutilate myself (like wanting to stick my hands in the garbage disposal or cooking them on the BBQ), and I also have psychotic episodes where I hallucinate. This is when I am most suseptible to suicide because I am depressed, wanting to hurt myself, and I have the mental energy to plan and carry it out.
When I am on meds I am a normal 45 year old single mom of 3 and no one would even guess that I am Bipolar.