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Whether you’re ready for it or not, menopause is an inevitable biological change in every woman’s life. When the time comes, you may be surprised to see how little the medical industry has to offer in regards to treating perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms. It seems that just recently, the medical field starting to notice the needs of women going through this life-changing event.  However, there is some good news:

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