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Menopause marks the end of a woman’s reproductive period. It is medically defined as 12 consecutive months without a period. The average age for menopause to start is 51, but it can begin as early as the 30s or as late as the 60s. The years leading up to the menopause are called perimenopause or the premenopause.
No. Periods initially become irregular, a transition known as perimenopause that last years. During this time in which female reproductive hormones fluctuate, women can experience many of the same symptoms associated with menopause.
Menopause differs for each woman, in specific symptoms, their intensity and duration. A lucky few may breeze through with little discomfort, while others can be plagued with debilitating symptoms for months, and even years, if left untreated. The most common symptoms include:
The decrease in estrogen that accompanies menopause increases postmenopausal women's’ risk for many health conditions, such as heart disease, high cholesterol, and osteoporosis. Other problems associated with menopause include urinary incontinence, decreased libido, and excess fat around the abdomen.
Dr. Eckert has helped countless women reclaim a healthy and energetic quality of life with bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (HRT). An expert in the field, Dr. Eckert begins by conducting a blood panel that assess your current hormone levels. Based on this data, he customizes a formula to specifically meet your needs. Your formula is compounded and may include up to four different ingredients, including;
All prescriptions are made from non-synthetic plant derivatives. They are prepared as either suppositories or capsules taken orally.