Understanding the symptoms
Menopause is defined as the final menstrual period and is usually confirmed when a woman has missed her period for 12 consecutive months. Resulting in a lower level of estrogen, most women experience menopause at age 51.
The transition phase before the final menstruation period is called perimenopause and the fluctuations in hormones lead to many of the symptoms that we commonly associate with this stage of life.
Peri/menopause support at West End Women’s Health
Many treatment options exist to manage the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. Bioidentical hormone therapy can help provide relief of symptoms such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness however whether BHRT is right for you depends on your personal and family medical history.
Other ways we can help:
- Screening for nutrient deficiencies such as vitamin D
- Metabolic support and weight management program
- Hormone + Thyroid testing
- Supportive nutrients and supplements
- Counseling + Talk Therapy
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Ways We Support You
Bio-identical Hormone Therapy
Lab work & Testing
Evidence Based Nutraceuticals
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