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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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Menopause Lifecycle Care

Menopausal Lifecycle Care

Menopause is a natural part of life that all women experience. When menopause occurs, the body stops producing an egg each month during ovulation, and menstruation halts. The average age of onset for menopause is 51 for women. However, menopause is most likely to occur at any time between the ages of 40 and 60. Some women even go through early menopause, which is menopause that occurs before the age of 40.

We care for women throughout all three stages of the menopause lifecycle:

Perimenopause is the time leading up to the onset of menopause. Many women in this stage notice changes in their menstrual cycles or symptoms such as "hot flashes". 

Menopause is the stage in which you no longer have menstrual periods for 12 consecutive months. During this time, women can experience numerous changes due to a decreased production of the hormone, estrogen.  

Postmenopause is the time after you haven't had a period for 12 consecutive months. Even though you are past menopause, some women continue to experience symptoms, such as hot flashes, and may be at an increased risk for other health conditions, such as:

 
Cardiovascular Disease
Osteoporosis
Urinary Incontinence

Signs and Symptoms of Menopause

Your gynecologist will confirm that your symptoms are related to perimenopause or menopause, and he or she will explain the types of symptoms you can expect in the coming months and years. Your doctor may also speak to you about hormone replacement therapy, which can help you manage the hormonal changes that occur as your menstrual cycle stops.

Symptoms of Menopause

When menopause occurs, the body stops producing an egg each month during ovulation and menstruation halts. Aside from changes to menstrual cycles, women entering menopause may begin to experience side effects of hormonal changes, such as:

-Hot flashes

-Night sweats

-Weight gain

-Vaginal dryness

-Thinning hair

 

Alleviating Menopause Symptoms

If the symptoms of menopause are interacting with your day-to-day life, do not hesitate to speak with your gynecologist about the ways that you can treat or manage issues like sleep disruptions, anxiety, depression, or low energy.

Be seen by our Menopausal Specialists in Denver Today

If you would like to speak to one of our specialists about your symptoms or discuss treatment options for menopause, we invite you to contact The Women's Health Group at your nearest location to schedule an appointment today.
Could I be going through menopause?
Perimenopause is the period when menstruation and ovulation is erratic and menopausal symptoms are beginning to set in. Menopause is not said to have occurred until a year has passed since a woman last menstruated. You could be approaching menopause if you are experiencing the symptoms of perimenopause, although this isn’t likely to occur before age 40.
Is there anything that I can do to alleviate the symptoms of menopause?
If the symptoms of menopause are interfering with your day-to-day life, do not hesitate to speak with your gynecologist about the ways that you can treat or manage issues like sleep disruptions, anxiety, depression, or low energy.