Let's Get Personal

No two bodies menopause the same. Our quiz is designed to help you prepare for, manage, and embrace your body's natural hormonal shifts. Let's get to know you a little better, so we can create a custom plan tailored to your unique interests.

Hi there! What's your name?

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Hi, friend!
Welcome to Kindra.
We're glad you're here.

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Let's dive in. What's your period like?

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About how long ago was your last period?

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Are you on hormonal birth control?

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Other than birth control, could any outside factors have affected your period recently?

E.g. hormone therapy, hysterectomy, chemotherapy, ablation, pregnancy, etc.

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Did You Know?

Menopause is actually something to look forward to!

The #1 thing women love most about reaching menopause is no more periods. Farewell to scrambling for tampons, pads, or cups. Goodbye to stocking up on chocolate — actually, we still do that one from time to time…

It’s almost time to celebrate!

The #1 thing women love most about reaching menopause is no more periods. Sounds like you’re getting closer to this welcome change. Congratulations!

It’s time to celebrate!

The #1 thing women love most about reaching menopause is no more periods. Sounds like you’ve reached this welcome change. Congratulations!

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Your Mind

I'm feeling...

Choose all that apply.

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Your Body

What else is going on?

Choose all that apply.

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We Feel You

Let's Get Specific

What you're feeling is normal and only natural. Please share the level of discomfort you are experiencing so we can best help address your concerns.

Severe

Moderate

Mild

Foggy & Unfocused

Anxious

Stressed

Sad

Moody & Irritable

Hot Flashes

Vaginal Dryness

Dry Skin

Joint Pain

Painful Sex

Low Sex Drive

Trouble Sleeping

Night Sweats

Weight Gain

Fatigue

Hair Loss

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Did You Know?

60% of women experience brain fog during their menopause transition.

The good news is natural ingredients and a good self-care routine can really help ease the journey.

Between 10 and 20% of perimenopausal people will experience anxiety and depression for the first time in their lives.

We’ve been there, and we’re here to help.

Talking openly about menopause leads to feeling less stress during it.

We’ve been there, and we’re here to help.

Between 10 and 20% of perimenopausal people will experience anxiety and depression for the first time in their lives.

We’ve been there, and we’re here to help.

23% of women will experience mood swings during their menopause transition.

The good news is natural ingredients and a good self-care routine can really help ease the journey.

About 75% of all women experience hot flashes during their menopause transition.

No two bodies menopause the same, but hot flashes are the most common sign of the menopause transition. You’re definitely not alone. The good news is hot flashes are manageable and we’re here to help.

Vaginal Dryness is common and manageable.

Yet 90% of menopausal women who experience vaginal dryness don’t seek out help. The good news is a great lotion and self-care routine can help you feel so much better.

Dry skin is one of the most common issues for maturing bodies.

You’re definitely not alone. The good news is it’s manageable, and we’re here to help.

Osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease is most commonly seen in postmenopausal women.

The good news is natural ingredients and a good self-care routine can really help ease joint pain.

Up to 45% of postmenopausal women say they find sex painful.

69% of women experiencing painful sex in menopause say they weren’t aware that it is treatable. Vaginal dryness is a common experience. We’re here to help you manage it.

40% of menopausal women experience low libido.

Yet women also report sex to be an important factor in their lives. You’re not alone. We’ve been there, and we’re here to help.

61% of menopausal people experience sleep problems.

The good news is natural ingredients and good sleep hygiene can really help you get some rest.

A night sweat is a hot flash that happens while you’re sleeping.

While some medical issues can cause night sweats — like fighting a fever — when it comes to menopause, they’re perfectly natural, common, and manageable.

The hormonal changes of menopause cause many people’s bodies to start gaining weight specifically around their midsection.

You’re not alone. We’ve been there, and we’re here to help.

You may feel fatigued because of a combination of perfectly natural factors.

Hormonal fluctuations can impact our energy levels, night sweats can make it harder to get good sleep, and mood swings and anxiety during menopause are common, normal, and may contribute to an overall feeling of fatigue. You’re not alone, and we’re here to help.

As many as two-thirds of postmenopausal women report hair thinning or bald spots.

You’re not alone. We’ve been there, and we’re here to help.

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What do you want to work on?

Menopause is personal. Tell us what's important to you. Choose all that apply.

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When is your birthday?

It'll help us better understand where you are on your journey and you may even get a birthday surprise!

Please type in your birthday.

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Where can we reach you?

We'll save your results so you can revisit them anytime.

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