Improve Your Sexy in Time for Valentine’s Day!
Did you know….?
- The years leading up to menopause are called perimenopause.
- That it is common for women in perimenopause to experience fatigue, decreased sex drive, decreased vaginal lubrication, and painful sex.
- The hormone changes of perimenopause can start in your late 30s or early 40s.
- The vaginal lubricants available in the market can actually make dryness worse.
- Urinary incontinence (urine leakage) during the menopause transition is very common.
- You are not alone! And, no, you DON’T have to suffer.
I know, no one talks about these things, not even your doctor, that’s why I do! I want you to know that there are a lot of women experiencing similar challenges and there are things you can do to decrease pain and increase pleasure during sex in midlife (Yeap! midlife=40 and over!).
Join our workshop and learn how hormone fluctuations affect your libido, change the physiology of your vagina and vulva (not the family car!), and how to make sex great again!
The best lubricant available in the Canadian market will be available for sale.
Valentine’s is going to be hotter than ever! No pun intended!
Teresa Isabel Dias is a pharmacist and after 20 years of working in community pharmacy realized there’s a void in the health care system when it comes to the care and support of women in midlife, especially during the menopause transition, and she became a Certified Menopause Practitioner (NCMP) and the founder of MenopausED. Teresa provides education and support to women going through the menopause transition which can start in the early 40s.