Attention all Menopause Maniacs Out There


You’ve followed our Menopause Maniac, but now that she’s had to take a step back to handle the rest of her life, we’ve been noticing some withdrawal symptoms from her loyal readers. We know we can never fill her sling-backs, but we have two guest bloggers ready to show off their own “shoes” (issues, that is).


Since every woman experiences menopause differently – and has her own take on the ups and downs of the journey – we wanted to open the Menopause Maniac site to women like you who fall within the wide range of menopause – and hormone imbalance – symptoms. This is definitely a place where you can vent, share, laugh, cry and generally be just exactly who you are. And most importantly, you can let your sisters know they are not alone, no matter where they are on the hormone spectrum. 



Diane, a patient of Dr. Michael Grossman’s (BodyLogicMD of Irvine), is just starting down the road to hormonal balance and has already found improvement in her life!  She says, “My quality of life has been so bad the past couple of years I am willing to take the chance if this regimen is going to make me feel human again …. I want to look good in a bathing suit again and enjoy all of the activities I enjoyed when I met my husband 17 years ago!” Good thing for us she’ll be keeping us posted as she continues her journey with bioidentical hormone therapy!


Monica will take us along right from the beginning of her treatment with Dr. Bruce Thomas (BodyLogicMD of Potomac Falls). She wants to find out if she’s just crazy or if there’s a reason she’s the way she is. She says, “I did a lot of reading and decided that I didn’t want a band-aid for my symptoms. I wanted to fix the problem. BodyLogicMD to the rescue! My goal is to be one of those girls who say, ‘Why didn’t I do this sooner?’”


Be a part of the conversation! Tap into your inner author and get your story online, too. We are looking for frequent visitors who will just follow along and drop us a comment as they pass through our site. Think of it as a way for you to share and connect with women out there who may be feeling alone and lost on their own journeys. And really, when have any of us ever wanted to be a Thelma without her Louise?


We can’t wait to hear what you have to say!


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