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Surviving Menopause

October 28, 2021

In days gone by, it was called “the change.”  It’s now called menopause, and it’s what happens to women of a certain age, nearing the end of their menstrual cycle.  That is when monthly periods end, ovaries no longer produce eggs, and fewer female hormones (estrogen) are produced. This marks the end of normal pregnancies, meaning that a woman cannot get pregnant naturally.  

Although menopause is a normal part of the aging process for women in mid-life, its effects are often very different. Hormones play a large part in the way a how a woman feels, physically and emotionally. At the office of Women's Care of NJ, we have seen how troubling this time of life can be and we want to help. As we listen to your concerns, we can develop treatments best suited to get you through this challenging time by mitigating such uncomfortable symptoms as: 

  • hot flashes
  • irregular periods 
  • fatigue 
  • memory lapses 
  • night sweats 
  • loss of libido 
  • vaginal dryness

Some women can be affected by what is called menopausal syndrome—symptoms that last for years beyond menopause. The best treatment for menopausal symptoms is the use of hormone therapy.  Our professionals, well trained in hormone health, can develop a complete treatment plan that includes hormone therapy, fitness recommendations, nutritional advice and pharmaceutical supplements that will bring relief and restore your sense of well-being.

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At the office of Women's Care of NJ, commitment to your good health is our priority. We use the highest quality care as we look for and manage many hormonal-based conditions. For more information on the services we offer, give us a call today.

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Women’s Care of New Jersey | Menopause, STD Treatment and Urinary Problems