You might feel hot or sweaty all the time, while your best friend feels nothing out of the ordinary. Though it has common symptoms, menopause can affect every woman differently.
At Holland Hospital, we understand that although menopause is a natural health process—not a disease—its symptoms can disrupt your life. And if you’re bothered by these symptoms, you shouldn’t be embarrassed by them or have to suffer through. Today, there are many effective menopause treatments available, from lifestyle modification to hormone therapies.
Our certified menopause practitioners and women’s health experts are here to help you transition into midlife with as little discomfort and inconvenience as possible. So you can continue to live a healthy, active and fulfilling life.
Dr. Barb DePree, Holland Hospital Women's Specialty Care, talks about menopause treatments and services.
What is Menopause?
Typically occurring between the ages of 45 and 55, menopause is the permanent end of menstruation and fertility. Perimenopause, the time around menopause, often begins many years before your last menstrual cycle. To understand your individual symptoms, a personal evaluation is an excellent first step. You can get answers to all your midlife and menopause questions by scheduling an appointment with one of our women’s health specialists at Holland Hospital Women's Specialty Care.
Treating You with Care & Understanding
Going through menopause may be natural and unavoidable, but it doesn’t have to take a toll on your life. Menopause symptoms can impact you both physically and emotionally, causing everything from hot flashes and night sweats to hormonal and metabolic imbalances. No matter your symptoms and concerns, you don’t have to go it alone. Our midlife experts are dedicated to caring for the midlife woman and will treat you with compassion, dignity, and above all, understanding. Together, we’ll develop a treatment plan that gives you the relief and path to wellness you deserve.
Our midlife services include:
- Menopause/perimenopause evaluation and treatment
- Routine gynecological care
- Sexual health evaluation and recommendations
- Hormone replacement therapies
- Nutrition and fitness counseling
- Referrals for other health concerns, such as bladder and pelvic problems, bone health and breast care