Treatment Of Perimenopausal And Post Menopausal Symptoms
Hormone Therapy Offers Relief
Are you suffering from menopause disorders. Menopause can be an emotional time in your life and changes begin to happen to your body. But with hormone replacement therapy and solid information on your side, you’ll begin to ease the symptoms of menopause. As changes occur, it helps to know what is starting to happen during this unique time in your life.
Hot Flashes and Night Sweats
The combined discomfort of sudden heat flooding your body and uncontrollable sweats at night is uncomfortable, making you feel that you have no control over body temperature. Not to mention affecting your happiness level overall.
Speaking of your mood, one surprising symptom you encounter is a sudden change in mood. You might find yourself angry, sad, or upset at a seemingly innocuous situation. Try to remember that it’s a symptom of what you’re going through, and not your true self.
There are other symptoms that are unpleasant such as bloating, loss of sex drive, incontinence, extreme fatigue, and irregular periods, among others that you’ll experience in varying degrees. The good news is there’s hope and relief around the corner.
Hormone Replacement Therapy
To help women undergoing these new changes, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a combination of estrogen and progesterone. Our Doctors use HRT to control the symptoms of menopause such as vaginal dryness or night sweats. What’s wonderful is women have the choice of how to receive HRT. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is available in pill, patch, and spray from. Each option can give different doses, dependant on your symptoms. Typically for hot flashes, a higher dosage is recommended.
Who Should Get HRT?
Hormone replacement therapy is a viable option for women up to age 59 or within 10 years of menopause, and healthy women who are experiencing moderate to extreme menopausal symptoms.
If you’re experiencing symptoms or dealing with a lot of discomfort, consider a gynecology check up. New Beginning OB-GYN treats menopause, and offers solutions for contraception, normal gynecology procedures, obstetrics, and special procedures such as laparoscopy or a hysterectomy. Contact our office today and our receptionist will make an appointment at your convenience.
The date of menopause is the day after the final cycle of menstrual flow ends. “Perimenopause” is a term used to describe the menopause transition years – which is the time both before and after a woman’s last period ever – that occurs while hormone levels are still fluctuating inconsistently.
“Premenopause” is the word used to describe the years leading up to menopause.
“Postmenopause” is the part of a woman’s life that ensues after the date of menopause. When a woman with her uterus intact has spent a year with no menstrual flow, she is considered to be one year postmenopausal.
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Dr. Rania Ibrahim is an Obstetrician and Gynecologist with a Medical Practice located in Montgomery County, Conroe, The Woodlands, Spring and Magnolia, Texas offering services from Prenatal care, hot flashes, endometriosis treatment, uterine ablation, pap smear test, urodynamics, hysterectomy surgery, laparoscopic hysterectomy, laparoscopic surgery, endometrial ablation, hysterectomy, Menopause Disorders, etc.
You can work together from the initial consultation to the implementation of your own personal birth plan, and follow-up. Dr. Rania Ibrahim has enormous experience in high risk obstetrics. She is a skilled surgeon and has an excellent and caring team.
Dr. Rania Ibrahim is sympathetic to the needs of women. She is an expert in infertility, menstrual disorders; abnormal pap smears and offers services in the latest keyhole surgery technology.
New Beginnings OB-GYN proudly serves the residents of Montgomery County, Conroe, The Woodlands, Spring, and Magnolia, Texas.
Note: Hospital deliveries and procedures are conveniently offered at Conroe Regional Medical Center, CHI-St Luke’s-The Woodlands, and Memorial Hermann Medical Center-The Woodlands