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WHAT IS MENOPAUSE?

Menopause is defined as the time when a woman's periods permanently cease, which is usually diagnosed retroactively when there has not been a period for one full year. In every day usage, the word menopause usually covers a number of years and refers to that time in a woman's life when the ovaries gradually stop producing the hormones estrogen and progesterone.


MANAGING MENOPAUSE

A healthy lifestyle will increase the odds that menopause will have fewer symptoms and the risk of osteoporosis will be lessened.

In our group discussions we cover:

  • What can be done to ease vasomotor menopausal symptoms?

  • What are hormones and what do they do?

  • What is Estrogen Therapy (ET)?

HORMONE THERAPY FOR MENOPAUSE

  1. ​Are you over 45 years of age?

  2. Was your last period more than six months ago?

  3. Have you experienced hot flushes?

  4. Have you experienced night sweats?

  5. Have you experienced significant mood changes?

  6. Have you experienced vaginal dryness?

  7. Are you at risk of developing osteoporosis?

If you answered YES to several of these questions, you could benefit from Hormone Therapy.

Learn more at The North American Menopause Society.

SCHEDULE A FREE CONSULTATION

The best results are achieved when you sit down with Dr. Bleszynski to discuss your feminine health concerns in detail. Dr. Bleszynski will provide a customized treatment plan just for you based on your concerns! 

CLINIC ADDRESS

13710 94A Avenue

Unit 211

Surrey, BC V3V 1N1

Tel: 604-583-8334

Email: info@surreywomensclinic.ca