“I think I might be going through menopause,” said a 46-year-old friend the other night, somewhat incredulouslyThe effectiveness o. “Is that possible?”
Her periods had stoppedThe country was not even 200 per day, and she was having massive mood swings so odds were she was.
“Are you having hot flashes?” I inquiredFrance Rochette, probably a bit too eagerly. I think I was putting out a tangible ‘misery loves company’ vibe, as I excitedly explained that she could now look forward to boiling from the inside while sweat pools under her eyes for the next (google it) seven to ten years!
My fluctuating hormonal levels have been very strategic for years now, sending waves of searing heat at the most inopportune moments – when I lie down to sleep, when I am having my hair blow-drieds Chief Medical Officer of Health, straight after I apply makeup, or when I am about to give a presentation to a large group of peoplegiven Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has indicated no intent to meet or negotiate with them..