Saturday, May 4, 2024

WOMEN TROUBLES ..........

 

Well FMOB........hale berry .....she  is  apparently  the  most  perfect genetic women alive ........at one point ......she is no longer in  club 18-36.......57 .......old school  .......for guys  they will not  say..... but ...... that is  old in women terms.......and then  get  memo .....yes !!!!!.......i will never  understand the  guys that want to be  transgender .......i think guys  get the better  deal .....they can  re-marry and  get a younger  broad .........and  do it over.....  and  over .......women........ the eggs  get old....... and   spoiled ....... and  shelf life .......when a woman gets  knocked  up........ and  old ....... she is  desperate ....... and  usually   has a  younger   guy ......who  says life is  fair   ...it is not  !!!!!!...never  was  !!!!!!.......  never has  ....never  will be ......by the way........ halle  berry to me is  still hot as  fuck ......



I'm in menopause, OK?': Halle Berry calls to end 'shame' of 'very normal' part of life' during impassioned speech. Here's what to know

The 57-year-old actress previously said her doctor mistook her menopause symptoms as herpes.

This article is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Contact a qualified medical professional before engaging in any physical activity, or making any changes to your diet, medication or lifestyle.

Halle Berry speaks in Washington D.C. about women's midlife health.
Halle Berry spoke during news a conference to raise federal research on menopause and women's midlife health. (Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

Halle Berry is standing up to end the stigma around menopause.

On Thursday, the 57-year-old actress joined a group of bipartisan senators outside the U.S. Capitol, sharing her experience with menopause.

"I'm in menopause, OK?" Berry yelled to the crowd. "The shame has to be taken out of menopause. We have to talk about this very normal part of our life that happens. Our doctors can't even say the word to us, let alone walk us through the journey."

The shame has to be taken out of menopause.Halle Berry

Berry's appearance was part of a push for U.S. legislators to put $275 million towards research and education on the hormonal changes that impact women as they age.

Earlier this year, Berry said her OBGYN initially mistook her perimenopause symptoms for herpes.

At the "A Day of Unreasonable Conversation" event with U.S. first lady Jill Biden in March, Berry admitted she thought she would "skip menopause." The Oscar-winning actress said she started having symptoms after sex. "I have this great sex," Berry said, "I wake up in the morning, I go to the bathroom, and guess what? I feel like I have razor blades in my vagina."

The actress said she immediately went to her gynecologist, who then told her she has "the worst case of herpes" they have ever seen. She and her partner both got tested, and didn't have herpes. "I realized, after the fact, that [the sensation] is a symptom of perimenopause."

Couple Van Hunt and Halle Berry recently had a herpes scare, but it turned out to be a misdiagnosis as Berry was actually experiencing symptoms of perimenopause. (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images) JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA - DECEMBER 07: Van Hunt and Halle Berry attend the red carpet on the closing night of the Red Sea International Film Festival 2023 on December 07, 2023 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images for The Red Sea International Film Festival)
Couple Van Hunt and Halle Berry recently had a herpes scare, but it turned out to be a misdiagnosis as Berry was actually experiencing symptoms of perimenopause. (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

This incident shed a light on a common issue many women face: confusing perimenopause symptoms with other health conditions like urinary tract infections (UTIs) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). By understanding the common symptoms and how they differ from other conditions, women can seek appropriate care and avoid the pitfalls of misdiagnosis.

Yahoo Canada previously spoke with Dr. Michelle Jacobson, a menopause specialist in Toronto, on how women can distinguish between these overlapping symptoms — and when to see a doctor. Here's what you need to know.




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