Women may develop stress incontinence or urge incontinence due to perimenopausal and menopausal changes. Women’s bodies go through many changes during menopause, but those changes may lead to a problem you may not expect—urinary incontinence. Dr. J. Kyle Mathews would like women to know more about menopause and incontinence and what may happen during this…Read the Rest of Article
When a woman reaches menopause or even peri-menopause, she expects to experience a few symptoms like night sweats, hot flashes, irritability and even small memory lapses. But some symptoms could be signs of bigger issues. That’s when it’s important to call your gynecologist or urogynecologist, like board-certified urogynecologist Dr. J. Kyle Mathews. When Does Menopause…Read the Rest of Article
On Monday, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force once again backed the idea that long-term use later in menopause is unwise when it released recommendations that said the increased health risks outweighed the benefits of using the treatment in that medical scenario.
Recent studies confirm previous findings that estrogen-alone therapy may actually reduce the incidence of breast cancer in certain women. Theses finding seems confusing because estrogen is recognized to stimulate breast cancer growth in some patients.