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What are the different cultural stigmas surrounding menopause?

Verified by Dr. Nancy Yen Shipley, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon
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We could talk about stigmas all day long - especially when it comes to periods! In terms of menopause, stigmas are generally caused by the lack of conversation, openness, and willingness to learn. One of the biggest cultural stigmas about menopause, and menstruation in general, is that it is a topic that should be kept hush-hush. It is seen as an 'issue' or 'problem.' Historically, menopause was even seen as a mental illness. Let's work to destigmatize menstruation by talking and learning more about it together - join the Inner Cycle community!

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