Teva Women’s Health, Inc. has announced the relaunch of www.CopewithMenopause.com, an online resource for women seeking tips and advice for their menopause symptoms and treatment options. The website was redesigned to provide more interaction and tools for consumers to learn about menopause, its impact on women’s lives and helpful ways to cope with the transition into the menopause years.  The relaunch of CopewithMenopause.com is happening now, during Menopause Awareness Month, while menopause is in the forefront of women’s minds. While many women accept that menopause is a part of life, CopewithMenopause.com provides a resource for women to gather information on menopause symptoms and tips for coping with the various stages of the transition. According to the recent Menopause Impact Survey, two-thirds of women report being unprepared for the symptoms and impact of menopause. CopewithMenopause.com is designed to help women become more knowledgeable on the transition and help address questions and concerns they may have.  “Every woman’s experience going through menopause is different. So even a woman who has many friends to talk to may feel alone with what she is experiencing,” says Susan Wysocki, WHNP, FAANP, president and CEO of the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health. “It’s important for there to be trusted resources available for women looking to understand what’s happening to their bodies. CopewithMenopause.com is full of expert advice and tips, and features tools to help start the conversation between a woman and her healthcare provider about menopause symptoms and possible treatment options.”  One of the unique features of the site is the Menopause Impact Tool. The Menopause Impact Tool is a questionnaire designed to help initiate dialog between women and their healthcare providers by assessing her menopause symptoms and the overall impact on her life. It also helps women improve the quality of the time they have with their healthcare provider during office visits. Women can use the tool and print a one-page analysis to be shared with their healthcare provider on their next office visit. 

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