Menopause wasn’t the only thing that took Christy by surprise.

Christy is a work-at-home mom of six kids ranging in age from 4 to 23. She's happily married to the love of her life (and hopes this third time's a charm). She realizes insanity IS actually an option, but chooses not to take that route.

Week 1

Six kids, one husband, and menopause.
Meet Christy and learn about her journey with Estroven.

Week 2

The big shift.
Christy notices a sharp shift in her body proportion but her weight doesn’t change.

Week 4

Getting in the way.
For Christy it's not all about the way she looks. It's the way she feels about herself.

Week 6

Her first "pause."
Beginning menopause at 42 took Christy by surprise. She had just given birth to her fourth child. Her first “pause.”

Week 8

Great results with Estroven®.
Christy meets her goals and feels good about herself again. 3 new bathing suits good!

Week 1

Six kids, one husband, and menopause.

Week 2

The big shift.

I am the same weight as I was several years ago but I feel that my body proportion has changed!

Week 4

Getting in the way.

How does menopause get in the way of my life?
• my self esteem
• my family time
• my marriage

I'm uncomfortable with the way I look, but I realize I need to redefine the way I think about myself. I've realized that I'm the only one that has issues with me!

Week 6

Her first "pause."

When I learned that I was experiencing menopause, it was a huge blow to my ego.

I initially noticed I was going into menopause when I was 42, just four months after the birth of my fourth child. It was unexpected. I had night sweats, hot flashes, and massive mood swings. When my doctor and blood tests confirmed it, it was a huge blow to my ego!

Week 8

Great results with Estroven®.

I feel good in my skin (and my head) again.

How do I feel now that I've accomplished my goal?
• I wanted to feel good in my new bathing suit on the beach. I've bought 3 new bathing suits because I feel that good!
• I feel good in my skin (and my head) again.
• Night sweats are a thing of the past.
• I'm sticking to my exercise routine and I'm proud of ME!