|Drug Name||Generic/Equivalent Name|
|FemHRT||Norethindrone Acetate and Ethinyl Estradiol||Infomation|
|Prempro||Conjugated Estrogens + Medroxyprogesterone||Infomation|
What is Menopause?
Menopause is the point where women shift to no longer having menstrual periods. Typically, this will occur between ages 45-55. It can take 1-3 years of irregular periods until they completely stop. During the process of menopause, the ovaries will stop producing eggs, and the body's levels of progesterone and estrogen will decrease. As a result of the shift in hormone levels, many women experience common symptoms such as broken sleep, hot flashes and a lower sex drive.
Women who complete menopause then reach a stage called Post menopause. Postmenopausal women can definitely have an active life and enjoy sexual and physical health, though they will no longer become pregnant.
Menopause Treatment Menopause is not an illness or condition; it's a very normal process. However, if you would like relief for certain symptoms, you can adopt preventative habits as well as use treatment to minimize the discomfort of hormone changes.
Vaginal Estrogen is a topical cream that is helpful for easing uncomfortable or painful intercourse and vaginal dryness. Estrogen cream may also lessen urinary issues.
Estrogen Hormone is a treatment that best prevents or slows bone loss. Estrogen medication is also the go-to for managing hot flashes. Your doctor will likely start you off at the lowest dosage required and adjust accordingly for best benefits.
Osteoporosis Medication is great to use once reaching Post menopause for minimizing chance of fractures and keeping bones healthy.
Mild Antidepressants can also help treat hot flashes and changing moods and hormones. Antidepressants are a good option for women who cannot use estrogen products for managing hot flashes.
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