This study reports the prevalence and nature of menopausal symptoms experienced by Kelantanese women and the self-care actions taken by them. Mean age at menopause was 49.4 ± 3.4 (SD) years while both the mode and median were 50 years. The prevalence for atypical symptoms were; tiredness (79.1%), reduced concentration (77.5%),musculo- skeletal aches (70.6%) and backache (67.7%). Majority of the women reported reduced vaginal secretion (50.9%). The commonest coital frequency was approximately 2–4 times per month (49.7%). Most women accepted menopause as the beginning of the aging process and resorted to numerous self-care actions to help see them through this transition. Their self-care actions included taking traditional medicine, alternative medicine, prescribed medications, getting actively involved in community work, and engaging in peer support groups. This book contains a wealth of information and will provide some useful insight to both the health professionals and public alike.