Alleviating your worries of The Change
It’s a rite of passage that all women experience in their lives; the menopause. Onset starts, on average, at 51 years of age, but can happen much earlier or later.
Most women will experience some symptoms, which can range from mild to more serious. These may include:
- Hot flushes and night sweats. For some women, this is associated with feeling faint or a racing heart.
- Vaginal changes
- Difficulty sleeping
- Mood changes
- Loss of interest in sex (libido)
- Mood changes such as irritability, depression or anxiety
- Urinary changes
There may also be some longer-term health problems, such as osteoporosis (loss of bone density), heart disease, stroke, weakness of the pelvic floor and vaginal muscles.
From our central Peterborough clinic, our specialist consultants can help identify the right treatment to help alleviate your symptoms and experience a smoother transition.
Your consultant may consider the suitability of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) and the associated risks and benefits as well as offering lifestyle and general health advice.
To make an appointment with one of our Women’s Health consultants: