Perimenopause Treatment in Conroe TX

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What is Menopause?

Menopause is the time in a woman’s life where menstruation ends. During that time, and the variable years leading up to menopause – known as perimenopause – hormones inconsistently fluctuate, and many refer to this period as “Going through the Change”.

For some, dealing with certain symptoms like mood swings, hot flashes, weight gain, low sex drive, and many others can be challenging. However, Woodlands OBGYN is here to help you through, with valuable information and treatment options.

What are the Symptoms of Menopause?

Long before a woman reaches menopause, she can experience hormone dysfunction and imbalance, causing a multitude of symptoms. Symptoms range from lack of energy, insomnia, weight gain, low libido, night sweats, forgetfulness, and emotional problems. Perhaps, the most challenging times are the perimenopause years that lead up to menopause, as the changes and constant physiological uncertainties can be overwhelming for some.

We offer treatment options that can help ease the most severe symptoms. Hormone Testing helps us determine your hormone status so we can treat your symptoms. We use both compounded and traditional hormones.

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Menopause & Perimenopause Facts

The average age for menopause is 51 years of age. Most often, periods do not just stop and then menopause is considered as having begun. To the contrary, during the nine to 10 years preceding the cessation of menstrual flow, the perimenopause years, the average woman will have lengthened or shortened cycles, hot flashes, sleep issues, and occasional vaginal dryness.  These are all symptoms associated with a woman “going through the change” of life.

What’s most important to understand about menopause is that every woman will experience symptoms differently, with variables in severity and duration. For each woman, the changes vary to certain degrees; yet, there are many common issues that they will face during those years, and many symptoms can be treated.

Conroe TX Treatment Options for Menopause & Perimenopause

At Woodlands OBGYN, we understand that symptoms of menopause and perimenopause can make life difficult; however, treatment options to help relieve symptoms are available and should be discussed with your doctor. Since not every woman’s experience is the same, not every treatment option is the same.

Our trusted physicians take the time to help you determine which options are best for your situation. When hormones are needed, our hormone pellet therapy treatment has proven to be quite effective, yielding steady results from an easy-to-follow plan. Traditional and compounded therapies are also effective. For women who are experiencing vaginal dryness and painful sexual intimacy, the MonaLisa Touch® treatment procedure offers a minimally invasive and hormone-free option!

One of the most common questions many women have is how menopause affects their sexual health. When a woman goes through menopause, it can potentially cause vaginal dryness, which can make it difficult to have intercourse. Furthermore, menopause lowers your estrogen levels. This can make it harder for you to become aroused.

Yes, it is possible for women to become pregnant during perimenopause. However, the chances of this happening are very rare. UCLA has stated the likelihood of pregnancy occurring during perimenopause is around two percent. This is because women are still ovulating, which is when their bodies release eggs.

Yes, periods do still occur, although they can become irregular during perimenopause. This is because perimenopause is the process that occurs before menopause. The changes in your period are noticeable, including longer or shorter cycles and blood spotting. 

Another commonly asked question is the differences between menopause and perimenopause. Most people assume they are the same thing. Perimenopause is the transitional period that eventually leads up to menopause. It is when you start experiencing symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, and vaginal dryness. Menopause occurs when a woman has not had their menstrual cycle for 12 months.

Yes, your diet does play a role in the symptoms you experience during menopause. Due to the hormonal changes a woman’s body goes through, it can cause their metabolism to slow down. As a result, this can potentially lead to weight gain, depending on the diet. Your diet should include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and foods rich in phytoestrogen and calcium.

Patient Testimonials:

"Dr. Reilly was so attentive and she knew her stuff. She was so helpful with my concerns and questions. She was amazing. Her medical assistant was awesome as well. The staff was nice and amazing. The office was nice and clean. Very nice office!" - R.R.

"Woodlands OBGYN, Dr. Syal and his staff are friendly, professional and compassionate. For over 24 years, they have taken excellent care of me through all stages of women's health. I highly recommend them!" - F.S.

"The most personable OBGYN I have encountered as soon as I was greeted by Dr. Rielly I knew this was the place for me. She is genuinely concerned with what is going on. Everyone at the clinic is very pleasant; I am a forever patient because of their dedication." - KF.

Schedule Your Perimenopause Consultation in Conroe

Interested in learning more about your treatment options for Menopause? Call 281.364.9898 to schedule your consultation with our providers today! Woodlands OBGYN Associates serves Conroe, TX & all nearby areas.

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Location Map: 17183 I-45 The Woodlands, TX 77385

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