A slew of new companies is finally addressing the estimated 6,000 women a day who enter perimenopause. What took so long?
Around the time Emily Barclay turned 39, she was suddenly besieged by fatigue. Her stomach bloated after simple meals. Her memory faded. For three-and-a-half years, she saw doctors, trying to discern the source of her strange array of symptoms, feeling that something was so fundamentally wrong, so fundamentally different.