Meet Kathryn Colas, author of How to Survive Menopause Without Losing your Mind

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This week, I'd like to introduce you to Kathryn Colas, author of How to survive menopause without losing your mind, a topic very close to my heart after running the Hysterectomy Association for 22 years. Kathryn is the founder and…

Frieda the fibroid, and TAH with ovaries removed experience – Donna’s story

I knew I had a fibroid along with a phobia surrounding doctors, needles, hospitals etc. At around 41 I started experiencing pressure in the abdomen and a need to urinate more frequently, I ignored it. A routine medical picked up…

Light at the end of the tunnel – Louise’s Hysterectomy Story

I am 46 and post hysterectomy and finally have light at the end of the tunnel after your website helped me enormously, as did the book advertised on it. I especially liked the new perfume and comfort cushion tips both…

Hysterectomy, and how uninformed I feel – Jacquie’s Story

I had a hysterectomy on the 23rd June 2011 as I had been suffering wth heavy bleeding for about 2 years and was very aneamic. I had a hysteroscopy in March prior to this and biopsies were taken which, thank…

Jenny’s Story – Overcoming fibroids and coping with the menopause

All started several years ago ... fibroids. A wait and see approach was taken by my doctors. Eventually due to bloating, painful nauseous periods (having to take time off work) low iron count and feeling very constantly tired,  I decided to…