Subject: The night sweats. The hot flashes! Make them stop …
The night sweats were awful. I’d wake up drenched in a pool of my own sweat.
If that was it, maybe I could have survived it. But I wasn’t that lucky.
While I thought night sweats were terrible, they were nothing compared to the hot flashes that seemed to come at the most inopportune time.
I remember when my daughter was performing her first piano solo a few months back. She’d gotten into the college of her dreams, and I was the proud mom in the front row. It was her first opportunity to show off her talents.
In the middle of her performance, I could feel it coming on. It started rolling up from my feet to my head. The heat building. My face flushing. I thought I was going to die.
I stripped off my sweater without too much distraction. I used my program to fan myself, trying to cool down. I increased the speed, until my husband wrapped his hand around mine, stopping the sound of the crinkling paper. He gave me a look that said: Really? Be quiet, and watch your daughter.
I didn’t make it. I got up and missed the last half of the program. I was so embarrassed at having to leave, I didn’t even try to re-enter.
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Subject: The one thing no one wants to tell you about menopause
I distinctly remember my mother and her sisters going through “the change.”
We’re a close-knit family. The kitchen was always filled with generations of women making dinners for the whole gang.
I’d hang out, chopping the vegetables or sampling the desserts, just to be near these vibrant women. I loved them dearly.
They’d drag out fans and stand in front of them, laughing about hot flashes.
They’d kid each other about the latest aches and pains. “Enjoy your flexibility while you’re young,” they tell me. “Because it’s hell getting old …”
That was my experience with menopause. Frankly, I didn’t know much about it. Nor did I think there was much I could do to avoid it.
I’ve had my share of hot flashes. I’ve experienced achy joints a time or two.
But nothing could have prepared me for the things no one talks about. I’ve even Googled it, and there’s not much there.
This hormonal change is driving me crazy.
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