Menopause Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Menopause Quotes from famous persons: Ian McShane, Katha Pollitt, Rachel Johnson, Rose George, Sandra Tsing Loh. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Menopause Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

I had a bit of a male menopause. It started at the age

I had a bit of a male menopause. It started at the age of 18 and continued until I was 45.
Since ‘Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rightscame out, I’ve done a fair amount of public speaking, and the two statistics that always make the audience sit up are that nearly one in three women will have had at least one abortion by menopause and 61 percent of women who have abortions are already mothers.
With so many forty- and fifty something mums and dads in Converse stalking the streets, I can see why there’s a slew of books about the menopause and middle age, the most recent addition being David Bainbridge’s plucky, glass-half-full meditation or, as he calls it, ‘natural history.’
I feel special. Most women will have only one menopause, and they will hate it. I will have two, and when the second one comes, I will know what is coming. I am having my extra menopause as a cure. I have endometriosis.
In the end, the real wisdom of menopause may be in questioning how fun or even sane this chore wheel called modern life actually is.
Many women find long, lean sexy legs hard to get. One reason is that before menopause, most of us store a disproportionate amount of fat in our lower bodies, particularly in our hips and thighs.
The only study that the federal government has engaged in with a vengeance is in trying to see if they can make women fertile after menopause.
Patricia Schroeder
It’s really important that we don’t hang up the membership to the human community at menopause.
I did many interviews, and went out and talked to many people and went to rallies. It was the same thing with menopause. I traveled around the country on talk shows and talking to women about.
I don’t like any of it. I’m sick and tired of menopause.
Mad World‘ hasn’t dated because it’s expressive of a period I call the teenage menopause, where your hormones are going crazy as you‘re leaving childhood. Your fingers are on the cliff and you’re about to drop off, but somehow you cling on.
Rock and menopause do not mix. It is not good, it sucks and every day I fight it to the death, or, at the very least, not let it take me over.
It’s interesting because the first batch of really struggling with control and escape and all that happened when I was nearing adolescence, and the second one came with the onset of early menopause.
I didn’t want to go anywhere because I hated being a woman during my menopause. I was like ‘why am I a woman?’ I couldn’t bear it.
Osteoporosis is a disease that attacks the bones in your body. It happens to really almost everyone when they get really old. But for women, after menopause, they can lose up to 30 percent of their bone mass.
Every woman is different when they go through menopause, and… I didn’t know emotionally how I would feel.
I saw my mother go through surgical menopause, and at 35, I wasn’t ready for that. I wasn’t ready for the complications, like bone loss as a result of early menopause, that my mother had.
Women know when they’ve got the menopause but men don’t quite know. They know it afterwards.
Omar Sharif
You are taught about puberty and the menopause and how tough they can be, but a quarter-life crisis, you’re not prepared for.
You go into the book store, there’s the cut-out of Dr. Phil, and then the dreaded women’s health section where every book, instead of the menopause book with the fanged Medusa head on the cover that might be more pertinent, you always see a flower and a poppy and a daisy and a stethoscope.
A problem shared is a problem halved, but as with so many problems affecting women – periods, menopause, post-natal depression – we often feel embarrassed, as if we’re moaning or just plain wrong to air them.
Dorothy is the only woman in history who has had her menopause in public and made it pay.
Alice Roosevelt Longworth
Other people get moody in their forties and fifties – men get the male menopause. I missed the whole thing. I was just really happy.
Rik Mayall
Listen, I had two kids – one when I was 40, one when I was 45. I breastfed for one year, which means I was breastfeeding four years ago. I’m going to move from giving birth to menopause without really realising.
Any woman will tell you after the menopause, nobody whistle at her, well – that’s just the beginning. As you get older people don’t want you at their parties, we all are prejudiced about old people.