Can the hot flushes and mood swings I am experiencing during menopause be treated?
Yes. Our treatments can help reduce hot flushes and mood swings that commonly occur during menopause.
My memory is not as good as it used to be. Can this be due to menopause ?
Yes. Difficulty in concentrating and remembering are common symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. If you are experiencing these symptoms please consult our doctors and discuss it with them.
I have trouble sleeping, and I feel tired all the time. Can this be due to menopause?
Yes. Sleep disturbances are a common symptom of menopause and are experienced by many women. Tiredness is common during menopause and often results from the lack of quality sleep that is caused by insomnia and hot flushes that are associated with menopause.
My hot flushes are no’t as intense as the ones my friends describe. Is this normal?
The hot flushes are very common in perimenopause, but not all women experience them, and not all flushes are of the same intensity. Hot flushes can be as mild as a light blush or severe enough to wake you from a sound sleep and be associated with perspiration (called night sweats). It lasts for 30 seconds to 5 minutes. They usually disappear within a few years after menopause, but in some women they can continue for decades.
Besides the hormone replacement therapy, how can I treat hot flushes?
Proper homeopathic treatment will help in relieving hot flushes in a very safe way. Studies conducted internationally show that homeopathy helps treat hot flushes effectively.
Is the hormone replacement therapy safe?
As with all medicines, there are risks and benefits from taking the hormone replacement therapy. Results have shown that some of the long-term effects of the oestrogen–progesterone combination therapy are an increased risk of breast cancer, heart disease, blood clots and stroke.
What alternative or natural treatments are available for menopause symptoms?
Homeopathy is the best alternative treatment for menopause symptoms. Studies conducted internationally show the efficacy of homeopathy in treating symptoms related to menopause. Moreover, homeopathy has no side-effects, and hence it is fast becoming a preferred mode of treatment for women going through menopause.
Sex has become painful since menopause. What can I do?
The pain you are experiencing during sex may be due to vaginal dryness associated with the declining oestrogen levels during menopause. Talk to our doctor about possible causes of painful intercourse. There are a number of lubricants you can try to relieve the symptoms. Ask our doctors for a suggestion.