While ending periods may seem like something to look forward to, this transitional time can be rife with wellness issues. Menopause usually happens around the age of 50, when periods taper off and eventually stop. As with any time of change, there can be side effects, in this case due to hormones. Women may suffer the infamous hot flushes, or feel confused or forgetful among dozens of other symptoms. 

While all this is natural, it is also possible to manage. Our doctors can prescribe hormonal treatments, and we can also help with assessing general wellbeing and diet to see if there are other solutions for life-disrupting symptoms. 

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Are you hitting the 'pause?

Each person’s experience of menopause hits differently, but fortunately there are lots of options for managing it. Talk to our team now.

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