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Stephanie Dawson

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F_ _ _ Menopause.

The menopause journey tends to go something like this:

1) Unpleasant and sometimes bizarre symptoms

2) Uncomfortable uncertainty about where to go and with whom to speak

3) Pressure to 'just get on with it'

4) If we're lucky, a conversation with someone who is going through something similar, which brings a ray of hope through knowledge and support


My menopause journey started well before I hit 40. I spent many years in self-experimentation with the help of Google to manage increasing symptoms. For many years I felt incredibly alone, with minimal information and no one to speak with that I thought could relate. After a long and frustrating journey, I finally found a menopause clinic, which was when I began HRT and a new lease on life.


Over time, more friends experienced symptoms and started talking more, and every conversation seems to result in shared tips, love, and instantaneous relief in knowing that we are not alone.


Somehow menopause still remains a mystery, and for too long we have had to just accept this phase and deal with its symptoms as a part of life. Now we know we can take action, and at the very least know that we have a tribe. Join our community where we can all say together:

From the Founder:

Lean into to other women.
Tell menopause where to go.

Our community is a safe space where women can rely on each other for support. In addition to a free online forum, we interview women so that they can share their own unique, heroic stories. Through this connection we can help each other and change the narrative of menopause to make these our best years yet. Join us today and become part of a community that takes control of menopause!

FMenopause is a NEW and DIFFERENT online community for women to connect and unite with each other about all things menopause.

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