Maybe you’ve just had your first hot flash and want to find out what’s in store. Or you’ve been on this road for a while and have some tips on handling mood swings. But it’s a little uncomfortable discussing menopause with your friends or family. And your doctor is great, but he just doesn’t seem to understand what you’re going through.
Introducing the Menopause ChitChat Community, a menopause forum designed to help you make sense of your journey and find the comfort and support you need. Membership is free and gives you full access to dozens of features, including:
Have a question or want to share some inspiration? Post a message, reply to a topic and tell us what’s on your mind.
Just having a bad day? Find out who\’s online and chat live with other members.
Read our menopause blog. Or better yet, write your own and share your experiences and thoughts with the group.
Your Personal Profile Page
Keep track of your conversations, blogs, forum discussions and more—all on one page.
And the Menopause ChitChat Community is private. All new members will need to be approved before they join. Why? Because we want you to feel comfortable sharing your thoughts, questions and insights with other members just like you. Kind of like friends chatting over coffee.
The menopause forum was designed for women in menopause by women in menopause. Participate actively. Share your ideas, invite your friends and help us grow.
Join today and receive a free copy of Tame the Power Surge: How to Manage Menopause Symptoms, a quick guide to understanding hot flashes, mood swings, and other menopause symptoms. It’s just a simple way of welcoming you to our menopause forum.
The Menopause ChitChat Community is a private menopause forum. Our objective is to provide a safe platform to discuss issues specific to women in menopause and we reserve the right to approve or disapprove new members as appropriate. Members are not qualified to provide medical advice. Please consult your doctor or physician for questions regarding menopause symptoms or treatments. Click here for forum policies and guidelines.