Women’s Health Clinic at IntelliHealthPlus Clinic in Bangkok
Menopause is a natural and transformative phase of a woman’s life, signaling the end of reproductive years. Our goal is to empower women with knowledge, practical tips, and resources to help them embrace this significant life transition and maintain optimal well-being. Explore the various sections of our website to discover insights into the symptoms, treatments, self-care practices, and lifestyle adjustments that can contribute to a positive menopause experience.
A natural biological process that marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years. It typically occurs between the ages of 45 and 55, although it can happen earlier or later. Menopause is officially diagnosed when a woman has not had a menstrual period for 12 consecutive months.
Gynecologists have observed that for some reason nearly 50% of patients with early menopause do not respond well to the usual hormone replacement therapy with estrogen and progesterone, for reasons unknown. Nature must assure the continuity of life by a perfect control of procreation.
Function of all organs of procreation must be perfectly regulated. The regulation in the female body is not only a matter of taking estrogen and progesterone, it is run by an automonous nervous system directed by hypothalamus, a very important part of the central nervous system, and managed by the endocrine system, with the pituitary being the ‘master gland’ directing the rest of hormones producing glands.
Premature menopause is apparently caused due to the stress and pressures of high level jobs, requiring long hours, intense competition, hectic lifestyle, inadequate nutrition up to starvation, and other factors. An increasing number of young women in their early thirties stop menstruating, and soon develop classical symptoms of menopause, and of the complications associated with menopause.
Hormone levels generally affected are:
- Pituitary follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
- Pituitary luteinizing hormone (LH)
- Pituitary prolactin
- Thyroid hormones
- Pituitary thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
This section provides an overview of menopause, its definition, and the biological changes that occur during this stage. We discuss the average age of onset, hormonal shifts, and the phases of menopause, including perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause. Gain a deeper understanding of the physical and emotional changes that may arise and how they can impact a woman’s life.
During menopause, a woman’s ovaries gradually produce less estrogen and progesterone, the hormones responsible for regulating the menstrual cycle and supporting fertility. As hormone levels decline, women may experience a range of physical and emotional symptoms. Common symptoms include hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, sleep disturbances, mood swings, decreased libido, and changes in bone density.
Research on menopause aims to better understand its underlying mechanisms, improve the management of symptoms, and enhance women’s overall well-being during this transition. Scientists explore various aspects of menopause, including hormonal changes, the impact on bone health and cardiovascular health, the role of genetics, and potential treatments to alleviate symptoms and prevent associated health conditions.
Researchers have focused on understanding the long-term effects of menopause on women’s health, including the increased risk of conditions such as osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, and cognitive decline. By gaining insights into these associations, scientists can develop targeted interventions and preventive strategies to promote healthy aging and quality of life for menopausal women.
Common complications of menopause include:
- Vulvovaginal atrophy
- Dyspareunia, or painful intercourse
- Slower metabolic function
- Osteoporosis, or weaker bones with reduced mass and strength
- Mood or sudden emotional changes
- Periodontal disease
- Urinary incontinence
- Heart or blood vessel disease
Other common symptoms of menopause include:
- Vaginal dryness
- Weight gain
- Difficulty concentrating
- Memory problems
- Reduced libido, or sex drive
- Dry skin, mouth, and eyes
- Increased urination
- Sore or tender breasts
- Racing heart
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
- Painful or stiff joints
- Reduced bone mass
- Less full breasts
- Hair thinning or loss
At IntelliHealthPlus Clinic by StemCells21, we believe that menopause should be viewed as a positive and empowering stage of life. By understanding the physical, emotional, and lifestyle aspects of menopause, women can navigate this transformative journey with knowledge, self-care, and support. We are here to provide information, resources, and a supportive community to help you embrace menopause and embark on a new chapter of vitality and well-being.
How we treated?
We offer a regenerative approach to anti-aging treatment. Our approach treats aging as the complex by assisting the body’s own ability to rejuvenate the hypothalamus, and coordinate all glands of the endocrine system to function synergistically. Restore balance and reduce symptoms of menopause.
We create a customized treatment package for each of our patients. However, each of our treatment packages include an individualized combination of the following core components.
Our approach has produced partial or significant improvement to all of our patients’ conditions in a relatively short period of time. Depending on the stage of each patient’s condition, our approach has produced results either almost immediately, or within the first few months following treatment. For even the most challenging cases, we have produced improvement within six months of initial treatment.
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