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Menopausal Health
Menopausal Health

Menopause Doctor Clinic London

GP London provides private menopausal services to women experiencing menopause-related health issues. The changes in women’s health accompanying menopause can be confusing and dramatic, but with GP London, help is at hand.

At all stages of life, women need dedicated attention and care to ensure they live a healthier, happier and fuller life. Menopausal health is vital because the ageing process is natural and affects everyone. With our expert doctors at GP London, your menopausal health is in experienced and safe hands. We have well-trained specialist doctors with easy access to state-of-the-art medical facilities and modern treatments to help you understand the changes accompanying menopause.

Menopause is naturally occurring and often comes with physical and emotional symptoms. The most common are hot flashes that can disrupt sleep, affect emotional health and lower energy. 

Several effective treatments are available to enhance your health during menopause, such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and lifestyle adjustments.

Common perimenopause symptoms

Common perimenopause symptoms

Before menopause, you will experience some obvious signs in the years before it. These symptoms include:

  • Hot flashes
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Chills
  • Sleep problems
  • Night sweats
  • Loss in breast fullness
  • Dry skin and hair thinning
  • Mood changes
  • Slowed metabolism and weight gain

These symptoms vary between women. No period is also common in perimenopause. There is no need to get scared if you do not have your period for one month or several months and start again after a couple of months. Although your periods may be irregular, you can still get pregnant. Ensure you seek medical attention as you may not be sure you are experiencing menopausal transition.

You can see our experienced healthcare providers and gynaecology specialist for preventive healthcare and medical concerns about menopause.

Common preventive healthcare offered as you age and transition into menopause includes triglyceride screening, mammography and colonoscopy.

Causes of menopause

  • A natural decline in reproductive hormones accompanies ageing. As you approach your late 30S, the ovaries produce less progesterone and oestrogen. These hormones regulate menstruation and may cause a decline in fertility. As you age, your menstrual cycle becomes irregular until the ovaries stop producing eggs, and you will have no period. The average age for menopause is 51 years.
  • Hysterectomy – this induced menopause results from the removal of the uterus and ovaries
  • Radiation and chemotherapy
  • Primary ovarian insufficiency

After menopause, the risk of developing some medical conditions increases. These conditions include osteoporosis, sexual function weight gain, urinary incontinence and cardiovascular diseases.

At GP London, we pay special attention and care and provide adequate support to women experiencing menopause. We offer full menopausal health care to guide you through the inevitable phase of menopause.

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You can contact us at 020 7043 4317 for more information on our menopause healthcare or schedule an appointment with our experienced gynaecology specialist.

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