You just want to sleep through the night, and to feel like your body hasn’t declared total mutiny. Is that so much to ask?

For most–but not all–women, menopause begins in themid to late 40s or early 50s. And while it may feel like something’s wrong, menopause is a completely natural–albeit uncomfortable–transition of the primary functions of the ovaries.

Menopause often results in a variety and combination of less-than-pleasant symptoms like:

And then–as if that list isn’t enough–you might experience unusual spotting, which can be confusing but not nearly as confusing as deciding whether or not to consider hormone replacement therapy options like estrogen creams.

It’s enough to worry about without ever getting into alternative treatments like herbs and vitamins and special diets and who knows what else.

It’s important to remember that your body is unique. And although you might be experiencing severe hot flashes just like your friend, that doesn’t mean you’ll respond to the same treatments. So it’s important to get answers from a medical professional about your menopause symptoms.

That’s why we have Julie Schnieders, WHNP, standing by to answer any of your questions through this free and confidential online form. Or give us a call at 317-338-4-HER. It’s a completely free service to get you on track to sleeping through the night–and feeling a little more like yourself.