Menopause Health Care in Greenland New Hampshire
Options, treatment, and care
Menopause marks a significant point in a woman’s life. This is the time when she leaves her child-bearing years and stops having periods. It officially begins after going a full year without vaginal bleeding. Other changes occur during this time, including a decrease in hormone production. There is a spectrum of time when menopause appears but most commonly happens between the ages of 49 and 52 in Greenland New Hampshire.
Our trained and experienced nurse practitioners are available to speak with clients about the changes and choices they face as they approach menopause. Clients can explore the benefits and risks of treatment options, such as conventional hormone replacement therapy, or holistic alternatives, such as vitamin, mineral, and dietary supplements. Bio-identical hormones are an option that our Nurse Practitioners can provide..