Menopause Relief, Delivered Right to Your Front Door.

Menopause and the years leading up to it can be challenging for many women. If you’re coping with menopause symptoms like menstrual changes, hot flashes, fatigue, or more, the women’s health experts at Method Health can help you cope and feel your best during this time of your life.

Hormone replacement therapy offers the most effective relief for many menopause and perimenopause symptoms, helping women feel better within weeks, even days.

Because no two women are the same, better aging is approached uniquely for each client. The following are some of the treatments we provide:

What is Menopause?

Menopause is a natural part of life for women — but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to navigate. Menopause marks the end of menstrual cycles and while it’s a natural biological process, many of the physical symptoms of menopause, like hot flashes, mood issues, low energy, fatigue, and sleep problems can disrupt a woman’s overall health and happiness. Luckily, the doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants at Method Health are equipped to diagnose, treat, and care for a variety of women’s health issues, including menopause.

Menopause occurs because the ovaries stop producing the hormones estrogen and progesterone, and while most women experience menopause after the age of 45, it can occur earlier or later. In the years leading up to menopause — known as perimenopause — women can experience a variety of physical, psychological, and emotional symptoms including irregular periods, hot flashes or chills, night sweats and sleep problems, vaginal dryness, mood changes, weight gain, and more. Some women may also notice thinning hair, dry skin, and loss of breast fullness.

Women generally dismiss the symptoms of hormone imbalance as mere side effects of aging. 

They assume hot flashes, low sex drive, vaginal dryness, night sweats, mood swings, and brain fog to be part of aging. But this is partially true. Conditions of hormone imbalance, such as menopause, are an inevitable part of aging. Still, no woman has to live with this ongoing battle of uncomfortable symptoms that can diminish the quality of life.

Feeling better starts by knowing better.