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Independent not for profit health organization dedicated to providing support and assistance on all issues concerning menopause.
http://www.americanmenopause.org/
For women who are in menopause years before they expected it. Message board, links, articles, monthly topics and updated news items.
http://www.earlymenopause.com/
Friendly and easy access to current hot topics in hormone therapy for the surgical menopausal woman. (Surgically removed ovaries)
http://www.hormonejungle.com/
In menopause there are 4 stages. Learn all about these stages of menopause, which include the premenopause stage, perimenopause stage, menopause stage and postmenopause stage.
http://www.menopause-faq.com/
Offers solutions for body, mind, and spirit. Includes solutions for thyroid health, fibromyalgia, hairy problems, male menopause, herbs for women taking HRT.
http://www.menopause-metamorphosis.com/
Cover advances in gynecology, how to live to be 100, female and male menopause.
http://www.midlife-passages.com/
Menopause can be funny. Share your hot flashes and mood swings and get a good laugh. For babyboomers and beyond.
http://www.minniepauz.com/
Multidisciplinary, nonprofit organization that provides a forum for a multitude of scientific disciplines with an interest in the human female menopause.
http://www.menopause.org
Multi-award winning Web site for women at midlife who happen to be in menopause. Offers weekly guest conferences with women's health experts, newsletters, resources, message boards, and a bookstore.
http://www.power-surge.com/
Information and support for women with premature ovarian failure (POF, also called premature or early menopause), an endocrine disorder affecting women under 40 which causes infertility and vasomotor symptoms.
http://www.pofsupport.org/
Provides comprehensive information, support, and assistance regarding all phases of menopause, including current therapies, research data, book lists, physician referral, and internet resources on other women's health topics.
http://www.project-aware.org/