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Should you use Amberen for Menopause?

Menopause is a physiological process in a woman’s life and all women should be prepared to face it. Although menopause is a physiological process, a woman may encounter some medical problem during or around time of menopause (perimenopausal symptoms) and need to get it treated appropriately by concerned physicians. There are many treatment modalities for problems arising around time of menopause, such as prescription drug treatment, natural remedies for menopause etc. for perimenopasal symptoms.

Now the question is what type of treatment modality you should use. The choice should of course be yours, as you are the one who require treatment and you are the best judge to decide which is best suited for you. But your decision should be based on your understanding of the topic (here topic is treatment of perimenopausal symptoms) and if you are less familiar with the topic you can learn the topic from the information available on the net. You can also get valuable information on general blogs on menopause and perimenopasal symptoms. So, if you are approaching your menopause (which is generally between age of 45 to 50 years in most women), it is high time you learn about menopause and medical problems that may arise due to menopause. Prepare yourself to face the inevitable and learn what treatment remedy you would like to get in case medical problem arise around menopause.

Amberen is a natural product for remedy of perimenopausal symptoms. It contains 100% natural ingredients and promise to bring relief to perimenopausal medical problems. The ingredients in Amberen are non hormonal but acts like hormone products. All the natural ingredients are on FDA’s approved Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) list and can be taken as safe for use. The treatment schedule for the product is to take it for three months and rest of three months and the cycle should be repeated. Due to interrupted schedule the cost of treatment is also reduced. The side effects of Amberen are mild headache, itching etc. although the manufacturer may claim to have no side effects.

There are also several natural ways to ease menopausal and perimenopausal symptoms such as use of vitamin E (800 IU/day for one month), use of natural progesterone cream, acupuncture and yoga, use of several herbal medications (other than Amberen) and regular exercise.  Herbs and other natural remedies are liked by many individuals and yo should also decide if you would like to use them. If not all you will certainly be benefited by use of some natural remedies.

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