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Menopause Treatment

Menopause occurs as a woman’s ovaries lose their normal function, and a woman stops having her menstrual cycle. Perimenopause, the time that surrounds the menopausal transition, can be filled with emotional and physical changes. Typically, a woman’s bleeding pattern will change, hot flashes can develop, and night sweats or sleep problems may occur. Vaginal dryness and sexual dysfunction may also develop as hormonal changes occur. Some women also find that depression increases or mood changes happen during the menopausal transition.

Treatment options can be targeted to your symptoms. Talk to your doctor about conservative treatment, “natural” remedies, and medical management. Medicines used for menopausal symptoms include hormones, anti-depressants, and anti-seizure medications. Hormone replacement therapy comes in a variety of doses and preparations, including pills, patches, creams, gels, and vaginal inserts.

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