Menopause & Perimenopause
Guidance, Management, and Care For
These care providers can explain typical ages for onset and duration of menopause, and what to expect in terms of physical symptoms and changes, as well as psychological effects. They can outline the options in any possible care that might be needed, including the considerations involved in hormone replacement therapy. The center's staff can also evaluate any abnormal postmenopausal symptoms, such as postmenopausal bleeding (including through such tests as hysteroscopy.)
What about HRT?
The center's physicians and nurse practitioners will discuss lifestyle adjustments that become even more important for a woman at this stage of life. They can also direct interested patients to alternative or complimentary-medicine approaches, including herbal care that can be helpful.
Because women are living longer today, they are also spending a larger portion of their lives in the postmenopausal stage. This has important implications for health. Aria's center can helps women understand risk factors, and provides necessary assessments, screening, and other care, so that patients are proactive in their health during this period. These knowledgeable clinicians can review the normal physical changes during menopause and ways to address, this natural stage of life.
These women's health experts are skilled at determining what, if any, hormonal-related changes or problems a woman may be experiencing. Their gentle, understanding, knowledgeable approach helps patients address menopausal related issues.