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A woman has reached menopause when she has not had a menstrual period for one year. The time of transition, or perimenopause, usually begins when a woman is in her 40s. Each woman's experience can be very different, however.

During this transition time before menopause, ovulation becomes irregular and the production of estrogen and progesterone decreases. It is this drop in estrogen levels that causes most of the symptoms associated with menopause.

Menopause and Attitude

Many women go through the menopause transition with minimal discomfort. Those who do experience discomforts may reduce them by healthy making lifestyle changes.

However, some women need medical treatment and support to perservere through menopause. Methodist Physicians Clinic Women's Center Menopause Clinic offers experienced menopause providers who are certified in menopause management with expertise to make this transition time the best it can be.

What Sets the Methodist Menopause Clinic Apart?

  • Team approach and partnership with you for better overall health.
  • Providers certified by the North American Menopause Society.
  • Personal attention in a relaxed atmosphere.
  • More time to focus on you with 45- to 60-minute appointments.
  • Guidance on risks and benefits so you can make informed decisions on treatment options right for you.
  • Ongoing communication and care coordination with your primary care provider.

To make an appointment, call (402) 815-1770 or request an appointment online.