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Menopausal Management

Almost all women experience symptoms at menopause. Most women find these symptoms manageable and choose not to have treatment. When symptoms are particularly severe or prolonged, there are a range of ways to manage them.

We help you with assessment and possible treatment.

Suppose you are under the age of 45 and have entered/suspect that you have entered menopause. In that case, we recommend you book an appointment to arrange a thorough assessment through our Gynecologist specialist.

Menopausal Management


Menopause is a natural event for women.

In the lead-up to menopause, your ovaries may not produce an egg each month. This can lead to changes in the hormones circulating in your body. Specifically, oestrogen levels may be increased and progesterone levels may be lower. After menopause, oestrogen levels also fall considerably. Women are considered ‘postmenopausal’ one year after their final menstrual period. Menopause usually occurs naturally at around age 50 but may happen earlier due to chemotherapy, radiation treatment or surgery.


Contact our Gynaecologist for an appointment to discuss possible treatments to ease the symptoms of menopause.