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Easier Living through Menopause and Hormone Therapy

For women of the world over, the onset of menopause is an incredibly stressful time in life that can vary dramatically in how it affects each person. While some women may feel that the symptoms of menopause are readily manageable, others may find that their experiences with hot flashes, metabolism changes, and other challenging life changes might require medical help to overcome. This is especially true for women who are experiencing symptoms so intense that they are making considerable adjustments to their lives at work and home.

At Tahoe Women’s Care, our menopause and hormone therapy specialist services have been designed to attend to the wide range of symptoms that women entering menopause are likely to encounter. Our Carson City, NV facility features the latest in medical technology and is staffed by a helpful, courteous gynecological team ready to assist region residents with the onset and duration of menopause.

Every year, local women from around the area turn to our state-of-the-art hormone replacement therapy services for relief from the symptoms and complications of menopause. Developed with both early menopause onset and total hysterectomy patients in mind, our hormone therapy program is comprehensive in its approach to women’s health and extensive results.

Understanding Hormone Therapy

As our bodies age, they bring with them changes both physically and psychologically that can be incredibly difficult to deal with day-to-day, and menopause is certainly no exception. The various symptoms felt through the effects of menopause are a result of the loss of hormone levels as menstrual cycles slow down and eventually cease. Once menopause has begun, progesterone and estrogen are no longer produced by the ovaries, directly causing the unpleasant sensations women experience.

Hormone replacement therapy is implemented to adjust the body’s estrogen and progesterone levels to counter menopause symptoms. Treatment options for hormone therapy include a diverse array of implementation types including systemic and local choices. Through systemic hormone therapy, estrogen is delivered through the bloodstream which aids in symptom relief, while local treatments are administered for issues such as genital dryness.

As every woman’s menopause condition is different, each hormone replacement program is developed along with a close examination of the patient’s unique medical history. Depending on whether or not the patient has undergone a hysterectomy, a combination of estrogen and progesterone treatments may be advised. This is particularly the case in patients who still have their uterus following their hysterectomy procedure.

What Does Hormone Replacement Therapy Affect?

Although many health changes may occur during menopause, the daily symptoms experienced by the patient are what is directly targeted via hormone therapy. The readjustment of estrogen and progesterone levels in the body performed through the therapy program is designed specifically to treat and manage symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, bone loss, and vaginal dryness.

Women going through perimenopause and menopause should look to hormone replacement as a means to mitigate the impact of symptoms felt that worsen quality of life and cause significant discomfort on a daily basis. Hormone therapy is not intended to alter the aging process or the natural complications that arise due to the bodily changes caused by menopause.

Am I a Candidate for Hormone Replacement?

Before beginning hormone therapy treatments, patients are advised to speak with their gynecologist regarding whether the program is right for them. Potential side effects caused by the altering of estrogen and progesterone levels should be considered between the doctor and the patient prior to beginning any regimen.

Our team recommends that replacement therapy is administered at the lowest possible dosage for the shortest timespan appropriate for patients. We evaluate every woman who comes to our facilities looking into hormone therapy with their medical history, severity of symptoms, and other pertinent information in mind. Each treatment is implemented on a case-by-case basis that includes continued follow-ups to establish best results.

Women’s Health Experts You Can Trust

At Tahoe Women’s Care, we are dedicated to providing our patients with a full range of health and cosmetic services that attend to their gynecological medicine needs and provide relief from the natural effects of aging. Our practice is designed around the concept that women’s health should be handled by a trustworthy, friendly team of experts throughout their lives. We have developed our facility with an extensive range of women’s health issues in mind. This allows us to function as ongoing health providers from your first gynecologist visit through the decades leading to and following menopause.

If you are seeking relief from menopause symptoms, routine gynecologist services, or cosmetic procedures, request an appointment with us today. Our helpful staff is ready to assist you in the comfort and convenience of our Carson City, NV location and we are currently accepting new patients.

Don’t let menopausal symptoms impact your day-to-day life. Hormone replacement therapy may offer the solution you seek to your everyday discomfort.

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