CBS 5 found one that will be taking place next Tuesday that has a slightly different spin to it.
It's called a "hormonal happy hour" and the host is a woman who is known as "Dr. Hot Flash."
Dr. Angela Derosa wants to answer questions regarding menopause from anybody that comes to the event.
Derosa is a hormonal health specialist, and said she went through menopause when she was just 35 years old.
"I started having symptoms in my 20s when I was in my residency, and everyone patted me on the head and said, 'there, there, girl, you need more rest. You need to decrease your stress.' But I was actually undergoing the symptoms of menopause," Derosa said.
Derosa said the average age to go through menopause is 51 years old, but about 10 percent of women go through premature menopause before 40 years old. Derosa said it is often misdiagnosed as something other than menopause.
"Depression, anxiety. We get put on antidepressants all the time. Fibromyalgia. We get labeled with mood disorders, pain disorders. Often times we're told that we just need to reduce our stress," said Derosa.
Derosa said this isn't just a women's issue. Men can actually go through the same type of change in their bodies.
She called it "manopause."
"Men, when they hit their 40s, they start to lose their testosterone as they go through that process. They start off with kind of getting back in the game. They lose their motivation, that killer instinct. They start to feel sluggish, mentally drained," said Derosa.
She also said men start to feel fatigued and get frustrated easily. They can get the "beer belly" without drinking a lot of beer.
Derosa decided to hold a hormonal happy hour next Tuesday, Sept. 11 to answer questions about menopause.
The event is free and will be at the Old Spaghetti Factory at 3155 W Chandler Blvd, Ste 9 in Chandler.
Cocktails will be served at 5:30 p.m., and the program will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
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