Menopause Relief from Home
Menopause is a stage that marks the end of a woman’s reproductive lifespan when the ovaries stop making estrogen. This typically occurs naturally in women over the age of 40 who have not menstruated for more than 12 consecutive months.
Some women may also experience perimenopause, a transitional period which begins several years before menopause.
Get the Treatment you Need
Both prescription and over-the-counter treatments exist to help with menopausal vasomotor symptoms (hot flashes, night sweats, and insomnia) and vaginal symptoms (painful intercourse, vaginal dryness, and bladder problems).
Relief for Vasomotor Symptoms
Low Dose Mental Health Medications
Relief for Vaginal Symptoms
Vaginal Medication (Estrogen-only)
How can I get treated for my mental health symptoms in the menopause transition?
What type of hormones can I take for hot flashes?
What lifestyle changes can I make to treat hot flashes?
How will menopause affect my desire to have sex?
Think you may have perimenopause?
Perimenopause, the transition phase of menopause, occurs when women start to have symptoms of menopause. It may last for 4 to 8 years. Click below to learn more about treating perimenopause symptoms.
How It Works
Answer questions about your health condition online.
A medical provider will review your responses and send an appropriate treatment plan. Your care is evidence-based and personalized at every visit.
Your care team will respond to any questions through our secure messaging platform and you can get medication at your preferred pharmacy.
Are you experiencing irregular menstrual bleeding?
If you’re noticing any spotting, heavy bleeding, or an irregular period during menopause, treatment is available.
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