Menopause

Menopause

When you feel the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause, feel confident that a Genesis OBGYN healthcare provider will guide you through the best way to manage those symptoms. We are here to answer any questions you might have about these changes in your body.

Our Genesis OBGYN menopause specialists ensure your health and well-being as you enter menopause and transition to the post-menopause phase. Our healthcare providers are here for you in southern Arizona when you need them.

When you feel the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause, feel confident that a Genesis OBGYN healthcare provider will guide you through the best way to manage those symptoms. We are here to answer any questions you might have about these changes in your body.

Our Genesis OBGYN menopause specialists ensure your health and well-being as you enter menopause and transition to the post-menopause phase. Our healthcare providers are here for you in southern Arizona when you need them.

Stages of Menopause

Stages of Menopause

One of the natural phases in your life as a woman will be menopause. Your transition to this next stage in your life will typically begin as you enter your late-40s to mid-50s.

One of the natural phases in your life as a woman will be menopause. Your transition to this next stage in your life will typically begin as you enter your late-40s to mid-50s.

Perimenopause

Perimenopause

You may experience perimenopause symptoms several years before your period ends for good. These might include hot flashes, spotty menstrual cycles, and changes in your body.

You may experience perimenopause symptoms several years before your period ends for good. These might include hot flashes, spotty menstrual cycles, and changes in your body.

Menopause

Menopause

As you enter menopause, your ovaries stop releasing eggs and stop producing most of your estrogen. You may experience vaginal dryness, night sweats, a need to urinate more frequently, and changes in your emotions.

As you enter menopause, your ovaries stop releasing eggs and stop producing most of your estrogen. You may experience vaginal dryness, night sweats, a need to urinate more frequently, and changes in your emotions.

Post-Menopause

Post-Menopause

Once menopause is completed, you will be in the post-menopause stage. At this point, your hot flashes and other symptoms should ease up.

Once menopause is completed, you will be in the post-menopause stage. At this point, your hot flashes and other symptoms should ease up.

Perimenopause

Perimenopause

You may experience perimenopause symptoms several years before your period ends for good. These might include hot flashes, spotty menstrual cycles, and changes in your body.

You may experience perimenopause symptoms several years before your period ends for good. These might include hot flashes, spotty menstrual cycles, and changes in your body.

Menopause

Menopause

As you enter menopause, your ovaries stop releasing eggs and stop producing most of your estrogen. You may experience vaginal dryness, night sweats, a need to urinate more frequently, and changes in your emotions.

As you enter menopause, your ovaries stop releasing eggs and stop producing most of your estrogen. You may experience vaginal dryness, night sweats, a need to urinate more frequently, and changes in your emotions.

Post-Menopause

Post-Menopause

Once menopause is completed, you will be in the post-menopause stage. At this point, your hot flashes and other symptoms should ease up.

Once menopause is completed, you will be in the post-menopause stage. At this point, your hot flashes and other symptoms should ease up.

Find a Provider

Find a
Provider

When you begin to experience the symptoms of perimenopause and then menopause itself, you can rest assured that a Genesis OBGYN healthcare provider will guide you through the best way to manage those symptoms.

Contact a Genesis OBGYN gynecologist near you to learn more about menopause and how it affects you and your health.

When you begin to experience the symptoms of perimenopause and then menopause itself, you can rest assured that a Genesis OBGYN healthcare provider will guide you through the best way to manage those symptoms.

Contact a Genesis OBGYN gynecologist near you to learn more about menopause and how it affects you and your health.

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