Many women suffer from lost of ovarian function during the “menopausal transition or perimenopause" (approximately 40-55 years old), such as natural aging, early-onset ovarian failure, or due to treatment of cancer, surgery, chemotherapy, electrotherapy, and radiation, resulting the estrogen decreasing rapidly.  With reduced levels of hormones, the likely symptoms include moodiness, irritability, hot flashes, night sweating, difficulty falling asleep, and becoming additive to sleeping pills. Some menopausal symptoms may even cause vaginal dryness, which may lead to pain during sexual intercourse, urinary tract infections, frequent urination, etc., and affect the intimate relationship with their partners and the quality of life.

There are various symptoms of menopause. Many females consider that it is better to endure it. As matter of fact, when the quality of life is affected, it is highly recommended to seek early treatment. An Ob/GYN who specializes in menopause has a better understanding of many symptoms of menopause and can also design the most effective holistic treatments. Through risk assessment and clinical studies supporting and individualized treatment plan, discomfort can be greatly reduced, and quality of life and well being can be restored.


The main contents of menopause clinics are

  • Evaluation and treatment of menopausal symptoms and osteoporosis in women.
  • Women's genitourinary symptoms and interstitial cystitis treatment (frequency urination, acute urination, nocturia, leaking urine).
  • Menopause bio-identical hormonal therapy.
  • Anti-aging treatment for menopausal women.
  • Gynecological symptoms (fibroids, adenomyosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, vaginal discharge).
  • Women's cancer prevention screening, including breast ultrasound.
  • STD screening