The best time to start taking an estrogen regimen is within the first 3 years of menopause. This gives better bone and cardiac protection because it is taken for a longer period of time. It is best to start immediately rather than waiting for a problem to develop.

“I had a total hysterectomy about 2 years ago. If all my female parts are gone, why am I still dealing with all the mood swings and depression? I thought that removing everything would effectively remove the root of the problem so I didn’t have to deal with all this? I’m finding that my symptoms are getting worse, not better. Please help."

Women with a constant low sexual drive, especially those in menopause or postmenopause, are two times as likely to develop chronic health issues of the mind and body.

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