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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Menopause (But Were Afraid to Ask)

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We've all heard about the hot flashes, the night sweats, the mood swings and the hormonal changes that are brought on by menopause.  For many women, however, the "change of life" also brings about a number of issues that aren't often discussed. 

To learn more about all of the aspects of menopause, and to finally have a chance to get some answers to all of your questions, join OB/GYNs Drs. Gisele McKinney and Bradley Forsyth and Physical Therapist Johnnie Kleinschmidt for Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Menopause (But Were Afraid to Ask), a three-night speaker series.

·         Thursday, February 23, OB/GYN Dr. Gisele McKinney will give a general menopause overview and discuss the symptoms that go beyond hot flashes and night sweats.

·         Thursday, March 1, OB/GYN Dr. Bradley Forsyth will discuss the pros and cons of hormone replacement therapy, as well as a number of other activities and treatments to help combat severe menopausal symptoms.

·         Thursday, March 8, Physical Therapist Johnnie Kleinschmidt will discuss some notoriously uncomfortable menopausal realities for many women – pelvic pain and urinary incontinence.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Menopause… is a free seminar series that will be held in the Guth Education Room at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital for Women (on the corner of Nelson and Gauthier Road) at 6pm each evening. Reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance.

For more information or to make a reservation, please call (337) 494-2936 or visit www.lcmh.com/seminar.

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