What Phase Are You In?
Peri|meno|pause |,p𝛆rɪ’m𝛆nǝpc:z | noun
The period of a woman’s life shortly before the occurrence of the menopause.
Meno|pause | ‘m𝛆nǝpc:z | noun
The ceasing of menstruation. If you have not bled or spotted at all in the last 12 months, you are in menopause.
Are you going through Menopause?
Now, if you are here because you’re struggling with menopause or suspect that you’re going through menopause, Dr. Kait is here to help.
Finding it hard to cope with Menopause?
You’re Not Alone. And I’m Here to Help!
My passion for naturopathic medicine in the area of women’s midlife health was ignited as I saw my dear mom face her own menopausal struggles. Every woman is different, and our bodies are unique. We all need a tailor-made wellness path that works for us, our lifestyle and our unique bodies!
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Womens Health 101
Understand and Discover
As women, we are living in an exciting era where the the ideas and beliefs about menopause are changing. We are becoming more communicative at doctor’s offices and that’s helped the science community explore treatment options for managing menopausal symptoms. While there’s much more to understand and discover about menopausal management, studies have already confirmed that personal attitude towards one’s own menopause impacts and even predicts her personal menopausal experience and outcome.