If you are a woman who has been experiencing vasomotor instability (hot flashes and night sweats) and feeling heart palpitations, you may be in perimenopause. Also during this change of life, you may experience more profound menstrual cramps and heavier bleeding called hypermenorrhea or menorrhagia. The bleeding can be so intense during perimenopause that it is also called flooding.
Fortunately, bioidentical cream for women can help alleviate the symptoms of perimenopause and allow you to continue your day-to-day activities without worrying about embarrassing symptoms like excessive flooding or hot flashes.
What is going on?
According to the Cleveland Clinic, four years is the average length of perimenopause, which is the phase before menopause. Menopause is achieved when you've gone more than one full year without having a menstrual period. Perimenopause is the time leading up to menopause when your hormonal changes cause your menstrual cycle to become longer and longer until your reproductive hormones are so low that you no longer have ovulation or menstruation.
But, when you do have those last few periods, they will likely seem more like huge exclamation points and make you not want to leave your home in fear of embarrassment as the flooding and hot flashes are uncontrollable. These symptoms are normal and healthy during perimenopause, albeit embarrassing and difficult to handle during your day-to-day life. To reduce the risks of embarrassing yet healthy symptoms like flooding and hot flashes, use bioidentical cream on a daily basis.
How does bioidentical cream help?
Bioidentical cream can help by, essentially, tricking your body by stimulating your natural hormones that are necessary for regulating your reproductive cycle and your vasomotor activity. As your hormone levels decrease, applying bioidentical cream to your skin can effectively treat hormone imbalance that can produce symptoms such as flooding and hot flashes. Bioidentical cream should be applied to specific areas of the body on a rotational basis so as to prevent saturation of the bioidentical hormones in your hormone receptors.
The instructions provided to you on the labeling or in the packaging should express the importance of this to you and provide you with guidance on where those areas are: inner thighs, inside your upper arms, on the back of your neck, and on the backs of your knees. If the instructions leave you confused, consult with your gynecologist for more information on how to use the bioidentical cream to achieve the best results.
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