Menopause - Vital Hormone Clinic

What is menopause?

Menopause is a natural biological process that all women experience as they age. Typically, menopause occurs between the ages of 45-55 and signals the end of a woman's reproductive years.

Some key things to know about menopause:

Menopause occurs when a woman's ovaries stop releasing eggs and menstrual cycles come to an end. This signals that she can no longer become pregnant naturally. The decreased estrogen and progesterone leads to physical and emotional changes.

What causes menopause?

This decline is a natural part of aging. However, treatment may help ease challenging symptoms. The professionals at Vital Hormone Clinic can provide customized hormone therapy to help restore hormonal balance during peri/menopause. Their exclusive bioidentical hormone pellets safely relieve hot flashes, night sweats, sleep trouble, vaginal discomfort, and mood changes.

"The personalized treatment I received at Vital Hormone Clinic gave me my life back. I feel like myself again thanks to their compassionate care." - Jane D., Vital Hormone Clinic Patient

When does menopause start?

Most women begin the menopause transition in their 40s as their ovarian reserve declines. However, menopause can occur earlier due to:

The age of onset varies widely between ethnic groups:

What are the stages of menopause?

There are three distinct stages women go through when approaching menopause:




Understanding the menopause stages helps women know what to expect and determine if their symptoms are related to hormonal shifts. Tracking cycles and changes aids in navigating this transition smoothly.

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