A woman at some point in her life will has to undergo the transition life of menopause. This is when a woman does not have a menstrual cycle for a full year. This is a normal condition that all women have to undergo as they age and it marks the end of their reproductive years. While some women have knowledge on what to expect during menopause, others have no idea on how menopause can affect their lives. Each woman will have a different encounter during their menopause phase. While some experience minor symptoms, others normally experience extreme symptoms such as weight gain, vaginal dryness or extreme hot flashes.
Dr. David Samadi who is an experienced doctor talk about menopause and what women should expect during this phase in their lives. No matter how a woman is treated by menopause, there are some things that they should understand before they go into this new chapter in their lives. According to David Samadi, it is important for all women to visit a healthcare professional who will then guide them through the entire phase of menopause in order to make sure that the transition is smooth. Dr David Samadi says that majority of women will stop experiencing their menstrual periods between the ages of 45-44, although the average age is 51.
Dr. David Samadi says that menopause can begin many years before a woman can notice that there are any changes. He further says that genetics can play a huge part in determining the age in which a woman will start their menopause. Majority of women will mostly start this process at around the same age that their sisters or mothers did. There are however other factors that can contribute to early start of this phase such as chemotherapy or even smoking.
A celebrity doctor, Dr. David Samadi serves as the Chairman of Urology and also the Chief of Robotic Surgery at the Lenox Hill Hospital. He is a certified urologist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer, urologic diseases, bladder cancer and kidney cancer. Dr. David is also specialized in minimally invasive treatments when it comes to prostate cancer such as Laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic radical prostatectomy. Dr. David Samadi was in the Persian Jewish Community in Iran. He studied in Belgium and London prior to relocating to the United States where he went for his high school studies at Roslyn, New York.