Your diagnosis is

Menopause or peri-menopause

You're approaching or in menopause, with irregular cycles before your periods stop completely. You may experience menstrual pain, premenstrual symptoms (PMS), and fluctuations in mood and energy. Menopause can cause a variety of symptoms that affect your daily life, requiring you to adapt your care routine and lifestyle.

  • Your menstrual profile

    Your cycles become irregular before stopping completely. You may also experience white discharge and sometimes spotting. The perineum may become looser as estrogen levels fluctuate, leading to slight urinary incontinence.

  • Hormonal profile

    Your estrogen levels gradually decline, which can lead to a series of symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings. These hormonal variations can also affect bone density and cardiovascular health. Thyroid dysfunction, such as hypothyroidism, can also occur during this period. It's important to consult a healthcare professional to manage these hormonal changes.

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  • Diet

    Eat a diet rich in calcium, vitamin D and phytoestrogens to support bone health and reduce menopausal symptoms. Avoid caffeine and spicy foods, which can aggravate hot flashes.

  • Skin and hair care

    Use moisturizing and antioxidant creams to help maintain skin firmness and radiance. Opt for volumizing, moisturizing hair care products to compensate for loss of hair density.

  • Sports activities

    Practice low-impact exercises like yoga, walking, and swimming to improve your overall well-being and support hormonal health.

  • Véronique, 52 years old

    "Menopause was a time of great change for me. The hot flashes and night sweats were really hard to deal with. I started practicing yoga and it really helped me relax and sleep better. My husband is very understanding and has supported me throughout this transition. We've also adjusted our diet to include more green vegetables and soy, which has seemed to ease some of my symptoms."

  • Anne, 55 years old

    "The symptoms of menopause, such as mood swings and fatigue, were quite trying. I often felt irritated and anxious. To manage this, I started taking herbal supplements and going for daily walks. Outdoor exercise helped me to stay positive and energetic. I also found it helpful to join a support group where I could share my experiences with other women."

  • Isabelle, 49 years old

    "Joint pain and sleep disturbances were the worst symptoms for me during menopause. I consulted my doctor, who recommended muscle-strengthening exercises and hormone therapy. It really made a difference. I also use specific moisturizers for mature skin, which has helped me regain some firmness and combat skin dryness."

  • Martine, 53 years old

    "Going through menopause has been a challenge, especially with the mood swings and down moments. What has really helped me is to focus on activities that I enjoy and that relax me, like painting and reading. What's more, I've found menstrual lingerie to be very helpful in managing light bladder weakness and supporting a less toned perineum. It made me feel more comfortable and confident in my daily life. Another benefit of menopause is the relief of no longer having to worry about taking contraception, which allows me to enjoy a more recreational and stress-free sexuality."

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