Menopause Talks

Let’s Talk Menopause’s monthly talks feature in-depth discussions with a wide range of specialists—from gynecologists and urologists to physical therapists and psychiatrists—to help us understand how menopause impacts our bodies, our emotions and our lives and to provide us with options for navigating the changes we may experience.

Upcoming Menopause Talks

Stay tuned for our next Menopause Talk in October, watch the past Menopause Talks below.
May 22, 2024, 1-2pm EST
Sticks and Stones May Break Our Bones—And So Can Menopause
Understanding Bone Health Now
Dr. Kristi DeSapri, a national leader in osteoporosis and menopause management, will discuss why midlife women need to start thinking about their bone health NOW and how to prevent and treat osteoporosis.

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Don’t Go Breaking My Heart:
Dr. Erin Michos, an internationally known expert in women’s heart health, will discuss the impact of menopause on our hearts—from heart palpitations in perimenopause to the increased risk of heart disease postmenopause. Learn ways to keep your heart healthy and live longer.
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Hot Flashes and Night Sweats:
Join two menopause experts from the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Juliana (Jewel) Kling and Dr. Denise Millstine (also an integrative medicine expert), as they discuss the impacts of hot flashes and night sweats on our lives and possible treatments, including new non-hormonal options.
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“Can I Buy a Noun”
Join us as renowned psychiatrist and professor Dr. Neill Epperson discusses the possible cognitive effects of perimenopause/menopause—including on our memory, retrieval of words, and productivity—and what we can do to address these challenges.
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Are You There Doctor? It’s Me Menopause.
Dr. Robin Noble, Let’s Talk Menopause’s Chief Medical Advisor and a practicing gynecologist for over 20 years, will help us grab the reins of our own menopause health. Dr. Noble will give us tips for finding informed medical practitioners, asking the right questions, requesting the right tests, and understanding the range of effective treatments.
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Come One, Come All: Midlife, Menopause, and Orgasms
Join Dr. Lauren Streicher and Nina Lorez Collins as they unpack why it gets harder to orgasm (and have a good orgasm) beginning in midlife, and what we can do about it
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Menopause Stories From Black Women and the Doctors Who Listen to Them
Join us as our esteemed host and panelists share their experiences as doctors, menopause educators/advocates, and as patients themselves. They will discuss what changes are necessary for Black women to get their health care needs met in midlife and beyond.
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Perimenopause / Menopause 202—Effective Menopause Care in 2023
Acclaimed TV journalist and menopause advocate Tamsen Fadal and menopause All-Stars—Dr. Mary Jane Minkin and Dr. Robin Noble—will dive into what effective menopause care looks like in 2023 (including the role of menopause hormone therapy), and how to find that care.
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Oh Sleep, Where Art Thou?
Come learn from two of the world’s experts about why we may have more sleep problems in midlife, menopause, and beyond, and what can we do to sleep better, and, in turn, feel better.
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Menopause After Breast Cancer: Maximizing Your Sexual Health and Physical and Emotional Well-Being
Dr. Laila Agrawal, an oncologist specializing in breast cancer, and Dr. Deepa Halaharvi, a breast cancer surgeon and breast cancer survivor herself, will discuss how to address the potential challenges from menopause after breast cancer treatments.
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Tackling Depression / Anxiety During Midlife & The Menopause Transition: It's Not All in Your Head
Come learn from Dr. Claudio Soares—renowned Canadian professor, psychiatrist, researcher, and educator—about how to effectively treat the depression and other mood problems women so commonly experience during midlife, perimenopause, menopause, and beyond.
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Sex After Menopause: Part 2
Dr. Sheryl Kingsberg will discuss ways to address low-libido, painful sex, diminished orgasms and more
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Sex After Menopause: A Series of Unfortunate—But Fortunately Addressable—Events
Dr. Sheryl Kingsberg will discuss ways to address low-libido, painful sex, diminished orgasms and more
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Dr. Margaret Nachtigall Talks With Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford on How to Address Menopausal Weight Gain
In this Menopause Talk, Dr. Margaret Nachtigall talks with Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford, one of our country’s foremost experts on the effects of menopause on weight, and will answer your questions on weight gain during and after menopause.
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Are You There Doctor? It’s Me Menopause.
Dr. Robin Noble, a practicing gynecologist for over 20 years with a specialty in menopause, will help us grab the reins of our own menopause health. She will answer our questions, while giving us tips for finding informed medical practitioners, asking the right questions, requesting the right tests, and understanding the range of effective treatments.
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Avoiding Sex? Hate Hot Flashes? Fear Breast Cancer?
Has sex become more work than it’s worth? Do you want to crawl into your freezer to avoid hot flashes? Are you anxious about getting breast cancer and want to reduce your risk?
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The Truth About Race, Ethnicity and Menopause Care
Did you know Black and Latina women enter menopause earlier and have longer lasting, more intense symptoms? Your doctors may not know this either. Different demographic groups experience menopause differently, and those who are marginalized have unequal access to treatments and poorer health outcomes.
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Knowledge Really Will Be Our Power
The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) recently released updated menopause hormone therapy guidelines, and we are eager to share with you what has changed.
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It’s Not Just in Your Head: Depression, Anxiety, Irritability and More During Perimenopause, and Menopause
Join us for an incredible panel of experts in women’s mental health, who will help us understand and navigate the critical and under-researched topic of mood and menopause.
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Is Menopause Hormone Therapy Right for Me?
To help each of us answer this question, host Nina Coslov, co-founder of Women Living Better, will (virtually) take us inside the examination room of esteemed doctor, researcher, and menopause expert Dr. Nanette Santoro.
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The Truth About Hormone Therapy
Watch this replay of our Menopause Talk on Menopause Hormone Therapy, hosted by a leading voice on positive aging, Barbara Hannah Grufferman. She talks with Dr. Lila Nachtigall and Dr. Margaret Nachtigall, two world-renowned menopause experts and leaders on women’s health issues.
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Laughter, Leaks and Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
Over half of all post-menopausal women experience urinary incontinence! Watch this replay of our Menopause Talk featuring Dr. Sharon Malone, Medical Director of My Alloy. Dr. Malone will speak with Dr. Cheryl Iglesia and Dr. Jocelyn Fitzgerald, two highly esteemed urogynecologists and advance pelvic surgeons, about how to treat menopausal urinary problems—which truly are no laughing matter.
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Strategies for Putting the Va Back Into Your Voom
Is your libido so low, sex so painful, or orgasms so rare that you often think: “not any night, honey!” In this replay of our Menopause Talk, Dr. Rachel Rubin and Dr. Maria Uloko will talk with us unabashedly about what is going on in our bodies, and what can be done to address the sexual symptoms of menopause that can cause us both physical and emotional pain.
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More Than Hot Flashes: Introducing Perimenopause
In the first of our monthly Menopause Talks, journalist and TV news anchor Tamsen Fadal sat down with Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, a clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at the Yale University School of Medicine, to talk about perimenopause.
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