Provides expert support in matters and treatments that need attention during the menopause period.
Menopause is one of the inevitable periods in the life cycle of women. With the end of
reproductive cells in the ovaries, ovarian hormone production in women stops and the woman’s menstrual cycle ends.
Although the age of menopause varies from woman to woman, genetic structure, previous intra-abdominal
operations, family, genetics, stress and smoking are factors that affect the age of menopause. Most women between the ages of 45-55 on average enter menopause. The period when the menstrual cycles are disrupted and irregularities just before menopause is called ‘premenopausal’.
The menstrual cycle stops,
In the first periods, fever,
sweating, distress, irritability and sleep disorders due to sudden hormone
depletion may be seen
Since metabolism slows down,
there is weight gain, especially in the abdominal type,
Libido (sexual desire) may decrease.
Menopause also has some unspoken effects, which are perhaps the most affecting problems in a woman’s
daily life. In the absence of estrogen hormone in menopause, tissue nutrition of the genital and urinary tract is impaired and thinning of the vaginal tissue is observed. After a while, dryness, burning, recurrent
vaginal infections and urinary incontinence problems in the vagina are added. Especially due to dryness (atrophy) in the vagina, burning, pity, loss of sensation and even spotting and bleeding occur during sexual intercourse. Therefore, the woman starts to avoid sexual intercourse. This disrupts the woman’s
private life and communication with her partner. Again, as it is affected by hormone deficiency in the urinary system, tissue loss due to atrophy in the urethra, which is the urinary outlet channel, and consequently, burning while urinating, frequent urinary tract infections and difficulty in holding urine occur. When the woman coughs or sneezes, she begins to ‘leak urine’ and there is a feeling of not being able to reach the toilet.
Pelvic Examination and Vaginal Ultrasonography,
Smear test and if necessary investigating the presence of HPV,
Evaluation of bones with DEXA Bone Mineral Densitometry,
Evaluation of Vaginal Tissue in terms of atrophy.
Hormone replacement therapies,
Non-hormonal herbal treatment options,
Osteoporosis treatments aimed at protecting the bone,
Maintaining a healthy weight,
treatment and follow-up,
Preventive treatments for healthy aging,
Antiaging / anti-aging treatments for the protection of the skin / face,
Urinary incontinence treatments / non-surgical, laser urinary incontinence treatments,
Vaginal laser applications for vaginal dryness and Painful Sexual Intercourse,
Laser applications for genital area discoloration, genital darkening.