What Happens During Menopause?
Menopause marks the time in your life when you stop naturally having menstrual periods. This phase occurs when your ovaries stop making estrogen, the hormone that helps control your menstrual cycle.
While all women will experience menopause at different times, the amount of estrogen produced by the ovaries will begin to fluctuate in your 30s and 40s. The marks perimenopause, the years leading up to menopause. As a result, you may experience added symptoms, such as:
- Hot flashes
- Problems sleeping
- Vaginal dryness
- Mood changes
These symptoms can lead to changes in lifestyle patterns, causing frustration for many women. Your healthcare provider understands the challenges that come with menopause. We are here to provide ongoing support to help you ease into this next phase of life while prioritizing your comfort and overall well-being.
How Can I Manage My Symptoms?
While each woman can experience varying symptoms, it’s important to seek support in managing the effects of menopause. Our providers can offer treatment specific to you, ranging from medications to hormone therapies to lifestyle changes.
Many of our patients stay with their Square Care Medical Group provider for years, meaning you can depend on recommendations personalized to your goals and lifestyle. We maintain a warm and welcoming environment at each of our offices that puts you at ease and ensures you receive the support you need.
Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Managing Menopause
If you are going through menopause or perimenopause, you can find menopausal care and support at Square Care Medical Group. Our dedicated providers are proud to support women by helping them feel prepared to manage menopause and continue prioritizing their well-being.
Make an appointment with your provider today to ask about managing menopause!