A woman is considered to be in menopause after she has gone a full year (12 months) without a menstrual cycle. Each woman enters menopause at a different age; however many women enter around 45-55 years old. Menopause symptoms can impact women who are naturally aging and getting older. With aging comes a decrease in hormone production. Menopause symptoms may also come after surgical hysterectomy (removal of uterus) and/or an oophorectomy (removal of ovaries) where organs responsible for the majority of hormone production are removed. In either case, menopause symptoms may be uncomfortable and hormone deficiencies may pose serious health risks.

Common Menopause Symptoms

Menopause symptoms are common to perimenopause symptoms. Some may drop off once “the change” officially sets in. It’s not uncommon for these new symptoms to arrive with menopause:
  • Hot flashes
  • Vaginal dryness and thinning
  • Bone loss – and an osteoporosis diagnosis
  • Decreased (or loss of) libido
  • Mind fuzziness, loss of memory
  • Thinning hair

HRT for Menopause

Many menopausal women look for replacement therapies to look and feel better. Physicians typically prescribe synthetic hormones, however these are documented to come with extreme risks. As studies continue, evidence shows that bioidentical hormones are a safe option for combatting menopause symptoms. Patients testify that the individualized approach of prescribing natural hormones to meet what their bodies need is unparalleled. When used with Oz Preventive Medicine’s nutrition plan, exercise and prescribed supplements, menopausal women taking HRT look and feel great. Contact Oz Preventive Medicine to learn more about bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Call (913) 871-8787.


What a difference you have made in my life

Frankly, without Dr. Lang's acumen at replacing my hormone levels to an appropriate level, I don't think I could have continued to work in my field of expertise. In my mid 40's I started experiencing fatigue, brain fog, lack of confidence, timidity, and lack of focus - not to mention irritability, anger and a lack of libido. Dr. Lang helped me discover that my testosterone levels were below even the "normal lab range". He explained to me the theory behind replacement therapy and convinced me that I could return to my former self - with a little effort on my part. The BHRT was just part of the anti-aging protocol; the more I was able to adhere to the other components, the more benefit I would receive. After just three weeks of testosterone therapy, modifying my diet, and moderate exercise, I was more than elated with the results. My wife asked me where I had been for all those years. All I could say was I just didn't know. Well, now I do, and I can tell you I will never go back to that angry, tired, old man.


Currently I have been on the therapy treatment with the OZ Preventive Medicine Clinic for approximately four months. I started feeling some of the benefits about one month into the program, but the dramatic results kicked in at about three months.

I have been feeling better overall, have more energy, sleep better, lost fat and gained strength. My recovery time from my workouts is so much faster now too, which keeps me motivated and I continue to exceed my goals.

At my three month mark, I lost a total of 12 pounds and my body fat percentage decreased by 3%. With this fat weight off of me, I am far more vascular now too. What amazes me is that at the same time I was able to dramatically increase me strength. For example, my bench press max increased around 40 pounds.

I have been very impressed with the service and treatment by the Oz Preventive Medicine Clinic. The benefits don’t happen overnight or without dedication, but it is well worth it! It sure is good to feel half my age!

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