Perimenopause & Menopause
In this era of our life, our bodies can be faced by hormonal challenges that we may never have experienced before or recognise as such. As we get into our forties there is a dramatic decline in our fertility and along with this come changes in our periods as well as symptoms of estrogen deficiency.
For may of us this may translate into 100 different symptoms that we may not attribute to our hormonal balance. The average age of menopause, that is a complete cessation of periods is 51 in the UK. Periods stopping between 40-45 is considered early menopause.Periods stopping under 40 years is Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI). After the age of 45 periods can stop at any time and it is considered normal. With these milestones in mind, it is therefore very important to be able to have a discussion with a specialist who can help diagnose and manage these issues. Contact us today to book your consultation on 01932 706402
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