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Find the best Women’s OBGYN in Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA for menopause

Find the best Women’s OBGYN in Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA for menopause

Women don’t need to go through menopause alone

Women’s OBGYN provide care to Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA women throughout many of life’s stages. They provide gynecological care starting during the teen years, guide women through pregnancy, and, can help women navigate menopause later in life. Below, we cover important questions you may have about menopause, including how your OBGYN can help.

Q. What is menopause?

A. Menopause is the time that marks the end of a women’s reproductive years. Her ovaries stop releasing eggs and menstruation stops.

Q. How is menopause diagnosed?

A. Women can be diagnosed as in menopause following 12 consecutive months of no periods.

Q. What are symptoms of menopause?

A. In addition to no longer menstruating, women may experience a variety of symptoms. These symptoms will also help your OBGYN with your diagnosis. Common symptoms include hot flashes, vaginal dryness, difficulty sleeping, and mood swings.

Q. How can a women’s OBGYN help me?

A. Women who are going through menopause, don’t have to go through it alone. An OBGYN can help you manage your symptoms so you don’t have to live in pain or discomfort.

Q. How is menopause treated?

A. Since menopause is a natural process the body goes through, your OBGYN can’t cure it. They can, however, help you manage your symptoms. Prescriptions can help ease discomfort caused by vaginal dryness. Some physicians and patients may decide to try hormonal therapy to manage severe symptoms. Your physician can discuss your symptoms and work with you to develop the best plan to manage them.

Q. When does menopause start?

A. No woman is exactly the same, so women may go through menopause at different times. Most women go through menopause between the ages of 40 and 58, with the average age being 51. However, if you have had a hysterectomy or a family history of early menopause, you may go through it earlier.

Q. Do I need to keep seeing my OBGYN after menopause?

A. Yes. You should still continue to see your OBGYN after you go through menopause. You may still have issues with your pelvic, cervix, breasts, and other areas that your OBGYN can help you with after menopause. You also may need to continue to receive Pap Smears until the age of 65.

Best Women’s OBGYN in Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA

Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA women don’t have to go through menopause alone. The staff at Georgia OBGYN can help. We are currently offering Telemedicine appointments and are happy to help you navigate this life stage. Contact Georgia OBGYN to request an appointment with a women’s OBGYN at our clinic, or schedule your appointment online.

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