Many women transition to menopause without significant complications. But countless others suffer from significant biological, cognitive, psychological, vulvovaginal, urinary, and sexual dysfunctions. For many women, this time in life may represent a significant challenge. It may lead to problems in relationships with family, co-workers and friends.
The most common symptom our patients experience is mental and physical exhaustion. This is followed by hot flashes and night sweats. Many women also report mood changes, sexual problems and bladder issues. Most women report a combination of several symptoms that combine to decrease their overall quality of life after menopause.
Symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes can be alleviated with many different therapy options. Our providers at Nore Women’s Health specialize in menopause relief and working with patients during this period of their lives.
Lifestyle Changes. A balanced diet and adequate exercise are recommended and may minimize symptoms associated with menopause. Your Nore provider can discuss how lifestyle changes can improve your symptoms and provide menopause relief.
Bioidentical Hormone Therapy. Natural, plant-derived compounds can closely reflect the hormones that your body produced before menopause. This process can improve menopause symptoms like low libido, anxiety and depression, irritability, lack of mental clarity, and an overall lack of energy. Learn more about Nore's Bioidentical Hormone Therapy.
Vaginal Rejuvenation. Menopausal women may experience dryness, pain, loss of tone or sensation, or an overactive bladder. Or a combination of these symptoms! Nore offers the latest technologies in non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation therapies which can provide menopause relief.
Vitamin Therapy. Vitamins may help ease menopause symptoms and support overall health. Nore can perform a comprehensive Micronutrient Test to identify your specific deficiencies and then recommend Vitamin IV Therapy, Vitamin Injections, and/or Vitamin Supplements.
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