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About Menopause

Menopause occurs as a result of a decrease in the quantity of the female hormone estrogen. This happens with age, during the process by which the activity of the ovaries is reduced.
The specific uncomfortable symptoms of menopause include hot flashes, increased sweating, headaches, and other throbbing pains.
These symptoms were once treated solely as the result of a hormonal deficiency. However, today, doctors are taking an increasingly broad range of approaches to treating them.
At this clinic, we provide traditional Chinese treatments as well as hormone replacement therapy and other treatments in accordance with the patient's symptoms.

These concerns can only be resolved with the help of a medical professional.
If you are experiencing any troubling symptoms, please feel free to start by consulting with us.

Most Common Symptoms of Menopause

  • Autonomic Imbalance
    Hot flashes, sweating, shivers, chills, throbbing, etc.
    Chest pains, shortness of breath, etc.
    Entire Body
    Fatigue, headaches, stiff neck, dizziness, etc.
  • Mental Symptoms
    Emotional Instability
    Lack of patience, irritability, etc.
    Depressed Mood
    Frequent crying, decreased motivation, anxiety, difficulty sleeping, etc.
  • Other Symptoms
    Lower back pain; joint pain; muscle pain; stiffness, swelling, numbness of the hands; etc.
    Digestive System
    Loss of appetite, stomach aches, constipation, diarrhea, etc.
    Skin and Mucous Membrane
    Dryness, eczema, itching, etc.
    Urogenital System
    Painful urination, frequent urination, sexual dysfunction, genital discomfort, etc.

Main Treatment Methods for Menopause-Related Conditions

  • Traditional Chinese Treatments

    A formulation of Chinese herbal medications is prescribed in order to alleviate the patient's menopause-related symptoms.
    Chinese herbal medicine offers the benefit of alleviating many different symptoms simultaneously.

  • Hormone Replacement Therapy

    Hormonal agents are administered as appropriate to correct the body's overall balance of hormones, which is disrupted with the onset of menopause. This serves to alleviate the symptoms.