talking to your doctor


Getting started is easy. Confide your symptoms in a frank and private talk with your physician.

Talking to your doctor about menopause.

So, you've decided to explore BalAge Rx as a proven BHRT menopause treatment option. Thank you. Now it's time to talk to your doctor about what's best for you. Waiting in your doctor's office can make you feel nervous, impatient, or even annoyed because you're not getting other things done. You might have only a few minutes to explain your symptoms and concerns. Later that day, you might remember something you forgot to ask. Knowing how to talk to your doctor or nurse will help you get the information you need to make the best decision for your menopause experience. Everything starts with a consultation, a little bit of testing and establishing a treatment program. Since, no one treatment is right for all women BalAge Rx℠ is custom formulated to achieve the very best results for you and only you.

What to expect.

An open dialog between you and your doctor.

First and foremost, you should not feel embarrassed about discussing sensitive topics associated with menopause. There a good chance that your doctor has heard it all before. Achieving a better menopause experience begins with honesty and ends with serenity. So, make sure to have all of your concerns addressed before you leave the examination room.

  • Your symptoms and how much they are affecting you and your relationships
  • Your overall health, and your risk for diseases such as heart disease or cancer based on family history, etc.
  • Whether you have used menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) before and what was your experience.
  • Ask more questions if you don't understand something. If you're not clear about what your doctor or nurse is asking you to do or why, ask to have it explained again.

What to bring.

Preparing for the business.

Waiting in your doctor's office can make you feel nervous, impatient, or even annoyed because you're not getting other things done. You might have only a few minutes to explain your symptoms and concerns. Later that day, you might remember something you forgot to ask. Knowing how to talk to your doctor or nurse will help you get the information you need to make the best decision for your menopause experience.

  • Before your appointment, make a list of what you want to ask. When you're in the waiting room, review your list and organize your thoughts. You can share the list with your doctor or nurse.
  • List your questions and concerns and how much they are affecting you and your relationships.
  • Give your doctor a list of your medications. Tell what prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, herbal products, and other supplements you're taking.

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