The number of eggs in a woman’s ovary reduces as she gets older, and her ability to conceive declines. Less estrogen is produced at this period, leading the body to respond differently. The body, on the other hand, does not stop manufacturing estrogen overnight, and the process can take years, with symptoms appearing gradually. Peri-menopause is the term for this gradual transition.
The monthly cycle terminates fully around the age of 50-55, which means ovulation, menstruation, and the possibility of conception are all gone. Menopause is the term for this.
Hormonal changes that occur after a woman reaches her post-childbearing years can cause a variety of distressing symptoms that can significantly effect many elements of her quality of life, from sexual satisfaction to emotional well-being.
However, this does not have to be the case. With our innovative hormone replacement treatments, most, if not all, of the incapacitating symptoms of menopause can be lessened or eliminated.