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Menopause and Postmenopausal Care

The professionals at Women's Health Group offer the care you need before, during, and after menopause.

In addition to standard, traditional options for menopause care, we also offer natural treatments. Click the boxes above to learn more about our traditional treatment options and natural treatments for menopause care.

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Hormone Wellness

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Menopause is a natural phase of life, but the changes it brings can cause uncomfortable symptoms for many women. Fluctuating hormone levels can lead to hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and more. These symptoms can occur for years, and when they’re severe, they can diminish your enjoyment of life.

The Women’s Health Group can help. We offer natural hormone wellness through bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.

Benefits of Natural Hormone Wellness

As we age, certain hormone levels go down. The average age of menopause is 51, yet many women will begin experiencing symptoms of perimenopause in their mid-40s. Some will experience mild symptoms, while others will find that their discomfort is interrupting their lives. In these cases, natural hormone therapy can help.

Natural hormone therapy can relieve bothersome menopause symptoms, such as:

  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Fatigue or low energy
  • Trouble sleeping
Hormone Wellness With Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
What to Expect With Biodentical Hormones
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Types of Debridement

We offer several methods of debridement to promote healing.

The types of debridement we offer include:

  • Surgical debridement: With this procedure, your doctor will cut away nonviable tissue using surgical instruments such as a scalpel or curette. It is often done under anesthesia and allows doctors to remove diseased tissue while leaving healthy tissue intact.
  • Enzymatic debridement: Usually, your body will produce enzymes that naturally remove dead tissue. When this doesn’t happen, your doctor may choose to use a synthetic enzyme to help dissolve the tissue.
  • Mechanical debridement: Doctors use mechanical debridement to clean out a wound using moving force. There are several methods, which include hydrotherapy, using a stream of sterile saline, and wet-to-dry dressing, which uses a moist sterile bandage.

After Your Debridement

Continuing to care for your wound after a debridement is essential for complete healing. Following your doctor’s instructions will reduce your risk of infection.

If you notice symptoms of infection, please reach out to us immediately. Symptoms of a possible infection include:

  • Fever or chills
  • Redness or discoloration of the skin around the wound
  • Discharge or swelling around the wound
  • Pain that doesn’t improve after taking medication

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When you have concerns about wounds, we are here to help. Reach out to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced doctors to discuss if debridement is right for you.
What are bioidentical hormones?

Bioidentical hormones are hormones that are chemically identical to those produced by the human body. They are often made from plant-based sources, such as yams or soy, and are chemically altered to be identical to the hormones produced by the body.

How does BHT differ from traditional hormone replacement therapy?

Traditional hormone replacement therapy (HRT) often uses hormones that are not identical to those produced by the body. These hormones may have slightly different molecular structures, which can result in different effects. BHT uses hormones that are identical to those produced by the body, which proponents argue makes them safer and more effective.

What are the benefits of BHT?

BHT can help alleviate symptoms associated with menopause, such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness. It can also help prevent bone loss, which can lead to osteoporosis. Additionally, BHT may improve mood and mental clarity.

What are the risks of BHT?

As with any medication, BHT carries some risk. Hormone replacement therapy, including BHT, has been associated with an increased risk of certain types of cancer, such as breast cancer. Other possible side effects of BHT include blood clots, stroke, and heart attack.

Who is a good candidate for BHT?

BHT may be appropriate for women who are experiencing symptoms of menopause and who are unable to find relief with other treatments. It may also be used to prevent bone loss in women at high risk for osteoporosis. However, it is important to discuss the potential risks and benefits of BHT with a healthcare provider before starting treatment.