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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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Natural Menopause Treatments
Menopause is a natural part of life, occurring for most women between the ages of 40 to 60. In addition to changing a woman's menstrual cycle, the hormonal changes of menopause can also lead to uncomfortable symptoms, which may include hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain, vaginal dryness, and thinning hair.
Though these symptoms will eventually pass, for many women, they can cause bothersome side effects such as mood disturbances, disrupted sleep, and low energy. We offer many natural menopause treatments that can alleviate these uncomfortable issues.
Treat Your Menopause Naturally
Menopause doesn't require treatment, but many women seek relief from bothersome symptoms. Treatment can take many different approaches. While hormone replacement therapy is an option for some women, others choose to take a more natural approach to alleviating symptoms.
Natural treatment options can include:
Making some simple lifestyle changes can improve many bothersome menopause symptoms. Making sure you get enough sleep, exercising regularly, and eating a healthy diet will improve your health and could lessen your discomfort. Stop smoking, as smoking can contribute to early-onset menopause and make hot flashes worse.
Preparing for Your Menopause Appointment
There are a few things you can do to prepare before coming to see us about menopause treatment.
- Keep track of your symptoms: Understanding your symptoms, and how often you're experiencing them, can help guide your treatment options.
- Write down your questions: Some things you may want to ask include how to relieve your symptoms, which treatments might be best for you, and what to expect with menopause.
- Make a list of current medications: We may ask you about any current medications you're taking, including prescription drugs, vitamins, and supplements.
- Take a trusted friend or family member with you: Bringing someone you trust to your appointment can be helpful, especially if it is someone who has been through menopause.
Visit One of Our Menopausal Specialists in Denver Today
Are you ready to seek out treatment for your menopause symptoms? We offer both traditional therapy and natural options. Our specialists are here to help — schedule your appointment today.