Before entering the subject, we must consider the series of changes that precede the installation of menopause, due to the progressive decrease in the function of the ovaries and therefore in the hormonal production that occurs approximately 4-5 years prior to the definitive cessation (Menopause), this period is known as Climacteric.

During this period it is common to find alterations in the regularity of menstruation with missing periods or intermenstrual bleeding, little or abundant bleeding, a feeling of suffocation, changes in mood and irritability, changes in vaginal lubrication and lividity.

It is important to carry out a preventive gynecological control that allows us to observe the changes that are occurring and thus start an early treatment that allows you to make your transition to permanent cessation more bearable.


What can you do?

  • Be attentive to changes and talk about it with your loved ones as they will be your greatest support.
  • Maintain your annual medical check-up.
  • Eat healthy; eat foods rich in essential vitamins and minerals (Fruits, vegetables, vegetables). It is important to arm yourself against free radicals. Cut down on saturated fat and processed carbohydrates. Eat more naturally, your body will thank you all this way.
  • It is important to establish moments of dispersion, to drain the stress and anxiety of daily life. Practice a hobby, share with your loved ones and enjoy nature. That will make a big change.
  • Establish an exercise routine. 30 minutes a day for 5 days a week can make a difference.
  • Drink enough water. A minimum of 2 liters per day (8 glasses) is suggested.

Menopause! And now that?

Have you already reached the peak of the changes? All of life consists of changes and this stage is only part of it. During menopause, in addition to the total absence of menstruation for a year, the aforementioned symptoms coexist in addition to: hot flashes and / or night sweats, difficulty sleeping, vaginal dryness, mood changes, difficulty concentrating, less hair and more facial hair.
It is necessary that you go to the consultation with your treating gynecologist who will give you the guidelines to follow for diagnosis and treatment.
Remember life is made to live and enjoy all moments, learn from them, change and grow constantly and even this experience can be wonderful if we carry it together. Your family and friends are your best allies. Enjoy with them.
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