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Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
As of Wednesday, you will have a new Moderator on this community.

You will soon enjoy having Byroney as your Moderator. She is a wonderful person that has worked in communities for many years, and will take great care of you!

It has been my pleasure to help out on the Menopause community. I know I leave you in good hands with Byroney and your very talented and caring expert, Dr. Minkin.

Please give Byroney a warm welcome. Sending healthy thoughts out to all!!

~Andie
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Rhondamay responded:
Thanks for all your knowledge and help Andie!

Best wishes on your new endeavors!

Rhonda
 
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Andie_WebMD_Staff replied to Rhondamay's response:
Thanks so much, Rhonda! It's been great helping out here and learning so much about menopause right along with you!

Sending healthy and happy thoughts your way!!

~Andie
 
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Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hello Rhonda!

I had the pleasure to moderate here for six months when the previous moderator changed assignments. I've been on the Women's Health community for almost four years now, and I'm really excited to be able to return here.

I'm 49 and heading into menopause myself, so I have a personal interest in the topic, too.

Hope to get a chance to learn more about you and everyone else soon,

Byroney
 
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Rhondamay replied to Byroney_WebMD_Staff's response:
Welcome back Byroney! About me. I am a fifty-five year old mother of two and grandmother of three. I have been married 36 years and have been blessed with a great life, great kids and a very good husband. I started menopause four years ago at 51 and have suffered most of the afflictions, hot flashes, mood swings, inability to sleep all night, tender super sensitive breasts, vaginal dryness, diminished libido, etc. I have been on and off HRT for four years. There is so much conflicting, scary and changing information that it is hard to decide whats the right choice regarding HRT. Despite menopause, life is still good.
 
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Byroney_WebMD_Staff replied to Rhondamay's response:
I am so glad to hear your upbeat story despite the challenges you've had. It sounds like you must keep very busy.

I'm a mom of two and grandmother to none, unless you count the two kitties my daughter has! My perimenopause decided to go the other way--I've had very close together (23-25 days) periods with heavy bleeding for the past four years. My normal cycle before this was about six periods a year, so I'm not excited to be "catching up."

I hit 50 in a few months, so we'll see where this goes next. Like you, my life is good.

Thank you again for the kind welcome,

Byroney


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