Midlife, Menopause & Sexual Health
All women go through menopause, but if affects every woman differently. While most women experience some menopausal symptoms, the types of symptoms, triggers and effective treatment solutions are unique to every woman. Our certified menopause specialists have an in-depth understanding of the physical, hormonal and emotional factors that play a role as you age. We can help if you are experiencing midlife aging concerns and symptoms of perimenopause or menopause. Our specialists will develop a personalized treatment plan that fits your individual body, needs and goals, including, safe and effective hormone therapy or non-hormonal options to alleviate your menopausal symptoms.
We’re part of the Spectrum Health Women’s Health & Wellness Center, which brings together a broad range of women-centered services and specialists in one location to make managing your health a little easier. Our care navigators make it easy for you to get started, ask questions and coordinate multiple appointments into one visit. We can help you successfully navigate these changes and empower you to live your best life.
We understand and can help with:
- Behavioral and emotional health
- Decreased libido
- Hormone therapies
- Hot flashes
- Night sweats
- Painful sex
- Weight gain
Menopause is a life stage that will happen to all women. Midlife is when women start feeling the hormonal and age-related symptoms such as weight gain, mood changes, menstrual cycle changes and sleep pattern changes. Our Midlife, Menopause and Sexual Health team is here to help! Watch our video.
Meet the Midlife, Menopause & Sexual Health Team
Jobs, kids, and all the typical life stresses can put a strain on relationships with our significant others. Often time, keeping that connection goes beyond the physical. Natasha DeHaan, nurse practitioner and certified sexual health counselor with the midlife, menopause and sexual health team at Spectrum Health offers ways to keep that spark alive.
LuAnn Arnson, licensed master social worker and certified psychotherapist with the midlife, menopause and sexual health team at Spectrum Health shares why it’s important for women to take care of themselves during the holidays and practical tips to apply this season.