How Do I Know If My Wife Is Going Through Menopause?

Shira Miller, M.D.Men, Women0 Comments

A couple of weeks ago I started taking questions from my Facebook fans and then answering them on video. Below is the first Q&A video.

Please let me know what you think. My husband was my camera man, editor, voice over artist, and made sure I smiled (at least at the beginning) while discussing this very serious topic!


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  • Marianne

    Loved your story. I became a veiegartan 20 years ago. (I’m from Texas, so it wasn’t easy. HaHa!) The only way I knew I was going through menopause was that I stopped having a period. I had no symptoms whatsoever. I attribute most of that to my diet. Some people say it’s hereditary, and I say, NO WAY! My mother had a horrible time with menopause. I say it’s being a veiegartan. Now, I’m trying to become a vegan, and am doing pretty good, although not perfect.I hooked up with you on Twitter, and I’m glad I did. I really enjoyed your website.

  • Shruti

    Premenstrual symptoms are often very like praengncy symptoms, so no, you probably would not be able to convey the difference.You should wait to take a test until approximately 3 weeks after you had intercourse, Or if you own an idea of when your period was due, wait about 5 days until after it was due to test.