Menopause Management at Phenix Health

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What is menopause?

Menopause marks a significant life stage for all women. Officially defined by the cessation of menstrual periods for 12 months, it brings about various physiological and psychological changes. While many women navigate through hot flashes and vaginal dryness, understanding and managing these symptoms can make the transition smoother.

The journey to menopause begins with perimenopause. This phase precedes menopause and is identified by irregularities in menstrual cycles—either they come closer together or feature heavier bleeding and extended durations. Despite these changes, conception is still possible during perimenopause, underscoring the importance of using birth control if pregnancy isn't desired.

The onset of menopause varies. While it's more common between ages 40-49, factors such as race, family history, diet, and genetics play a role.

What are the physical and emotional impacts of menopause?

The hormonal fluxes during perimenopause can affect more than just the menstrual cycle. Some common experiences include:

Mood Alterations: Hormonal shifts can lead to mood swings or difficulties in concentration.

Physical Changes: Decreased estrogen levels might cause changes in breast shape, weight gain, and affect the health of the uterus, ovaries, and other female organs.

Sexual Health: Some women report a decreased libido or intimacy-related challenges.

Other Health Concerns: Conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, endometriosis, or even mental health issues like depression and anxiety can be influenced by menopause.

Ready to consult with an expert?

Addressing menopause symptoms promptly can lead to better overall health and well-being:

General Practitioners: They can suggest lifestyle changes, hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and other treatments to ease symptoms.

Specialised Care: OB-GYNs, nurse-midwives, and women’s health experts can provide tailored care plans, ensuring personalized treatment.

Therapies: For emotional and psychological effects, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and other talking therapies can be beneficial.

For personalised consultation and care, contact our experienced experts online at Phenix Health. We are available 24/7 for telehealth consultations and can come up with the right treatment plan for you, or refer you to any specialists that you need. Book through the link below or reach us at

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FAQs on Menopause?

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What are the common symptoms of menopause?

Common symptoms include hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and changes in menstrual patterns.

Can menopause affect bone health?

Yes, decreased estrogen levels during menopause can contribute to a higher risk of osteoporosis. It’s important to discuss bone health with a healthcare provider.

Is menopause reversible?

No, menopause is a natural, irreversible process. Once a woman reaches menopause, she no longer has menstrual cycles.

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