Doctoras Pino


imageMenopause implies a definitive interruption of the ovarian function, which inevitably leads to a drop in the levels of the ovarian hormones: estrogens and progesterone. These hormonal changes, which usually take place in women who are between 45-55 years, will cause the appearance of signs and symptoms that can significantly affect a woman's quality of life: hot flashes, weight gain, irritability, alterations in the discharge (vaginal dryness), decreased libido and pain with sexual intercourse, insomnia ... 

In addition, over time, the estrogen deficiency can lead to an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases and the appearance of osteoporosis: the loss of bone mass density that will lead to an increase in bone fragility, predisposing women to an increased risk of fractures. 

However, menopause should not be understood as a ‘disease’ but as one of the natural changes that a woman's body experiences in a period of her life. 

Through individualized attention, taking into account your personal history, symptoms and preferences, we will try to establish hygienic-dietary (diet, exercise), pharmacological (hormone replacement therapy, either local or systemic) and non-pharmacological measures (phytotherapy and other natural products) to improve your quality of life in this new stage.