Midlife, Menopause & Sexual Health

“Our goal is to help women of all ages understand their own body as well as know what will make them age with wellness.”
Diana Bitner, MD, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Spectrum Health Medical Group 

Continued preventive care and management is critical at every stage of life.  Our team of certified menopause specialists can help you manage the signs and symptoms of the late reproductive stage, including perimenopause and menopause, through safe, effective and personalized treatment plans.

We Understand and can Help With:

  • Behavioral and emotional health
  • Weight management
  • Sexual health and decreased sex drive
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Heart health
  • Hormone replacement therapies (HRTs)
  • Wellness

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

Our team of Midlife, Menopause & Sexual Health experts has an in-depth understanding of the physical, hormonal and emotional factors that play a role as you age. We care for women who are experiencing midlife aging concerns and symptoms of perimenopause or menopause. Personalized treatment options using our Seven Essential Elements of Daily Success (SEEDS®) program, safe and effective hormone or non-hormonal options will alleviate your menopausal symptoms.

We are certified in menopause medicine by the North American Menopause Society and are here to help.

Menopause is a normal life stage that women go through just like puberty and child birth. What is not normal is to suffer. Hot flashes/night sweats are the most dramatic symptom of menopause. Suffer no more, let us help! Check out our video.

So many women suffer from symptoms of menopause that affect the bladder and vagina and can cause pain with sex because they do not realize it’s a medical condition that can be treated. Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM) is a decrease in estrogen and other hormonal levels that lead to genital and urinary symptoms. Ladies, suffer no more -- learn about your options. We can help! Check out our video.

Approximately 80 percent of women have concerns about sex, but only about 10 percent bring up the topic with their doctor. Whether it’s fear of the unknown or embarrassment about the sensitive topic of sex, to understand what is really happening, we must talk about the various causes of low sex drive. Watch our video.