What do pregnancy and menopause have in common?

Answer: Even though you think you’re prepared, you won’t understand until you get there.

Remember when you were pregnant (if you were so fortunate to become pregnant) and it seems like everyone shares some little tidbit or secret family story with you about their experience?

Oh, and those birth horror stories! Some of them may have scared the crap out of you and many weren’t very helpful.  You might have thought, “She’s exaggerating!” only to find out, there was a lot of truth in those stories! Actually “she” probably didn’t go far enough to explain what was about to happen or how it would feel.  Because pregnancy is a unique experience, you truly don’t know until you actually go through it yourself.

Unfortunately, just like pregnancy, the birth experience and the early days of motherhood, almost no woman is prepared for menopause.

You receive the greatest gift of motherhood; a new life, after your pregnancy.  But what do you get in menopause?  I like to concentrate on what you receive: a new perspective, gratitude for this time in your life and an enhanced sense of creativity.

But many women never see “the good stuff” as their unexpected symptoms and often overwhelming list of challenges tend to take center stage.

So many women suffer with a multitude of symptoms that often times you forget that you do have CONTROL of many things.

You can control your

  • attitude and outlook,
  • lifestyle (how you eat, sleep, move and handle stress) and
  • approach to being PROACTIVE to address challenges.

Today’s guest on the Menopause Guide Podcast is a phenomenal woman, Dr. Anna Cabeca.  As two medical professionals who’ve treated thousands of women, we know exactly how to help you with the “nobody told you about menopause” stuff.  Including the fact, that just as your face wrinkles as you age, so do your delicate feminine parts.  This secret is one of the things no one tells you about!  Listen and learn more.

What’s on the Podcast?

Listen in as two medical experts in menopause talk about their number #1 piece of advice.

We talk with Dr. Anna about her vast experience in supporting women during menopause and specifically about her revolutionary symptom-relieving cream called Julva.

Who can benefit from Julva? 

Anyone who is experiencing:

  • external vulvar thinning and irritation
  • dryness/burning and itching
  • painful intercourse due to vaginal dryness
  • vaginal and bladder infections
  • decreased desire, arousal and orgasm
  • embarrassing urine leaks
  • loss of elasticity/tightness/muscle strength

We also chat about the extensive research and safety of this product.  It is absolutely safe for breast cancer survivors!

 

Want to give it a try? 

Click the image below for a FREE SAMPLE and you only pay for shipping.  If you like it, you will get emails from Dr. Anna’s team how to purchase a full tube.

Click the image below to WATCH to Podcast Video

Dr. Anna Cabeca

Dr. Anna Cabeca

Medical Doctor, Mother, Advocate for Women's Health, Researcher and Educator

Meet Dr. Anna Cabeca

Our special guest frequently lectures nationally and internationally regarding restorative health and women’s health issues.  She is a board certified gynecologist and obstetrician, an expert in Functional Medicine and Women’s Health.

She specializes in hormone replacement therapy and natural alternatives, successful menopause and age management medicine.  She is also a consultant for other physicians in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy and functional medicine principles.

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