Menopause is a genetically programmed hormonal change in the female body, characterized by the extinction of reproductive function. In this case, the ovaries stop responding to the hormones produced by the pituitary gland, the menstrual cycle is disrupted and then completely stops, the probability of fertilization decreases every day and after a while menopause occurs.
In other words, menopause is a kind of transitional period in a woman’s life on the way from the reproductive phase to old age. Often it is associated with the development of hot flashes resulting from a sudden short-term expansion of blood vessels and manifested by a sharp reddening of the face, neck and chest and an increase in the local temperature of hyperemic areas. Sometimes this picture is accompanied by an increase in blood pressure, excessive sweating, dizziness and tinnitus, weight gain, hormonal disruption
In addition, the climacteric period is associated with problems such as pain in joints and muscles, sleep disturbance, increased fatigue, irritability, tearfulness, forgetfulness, depression, pronounced wrinkles, etc.
There is also the so-called “male menopause”, also associated with aging processes and caused by age-related decrease in the concentration of androgens in the blood. Normally, this process is extremely slow and the amount of male sex hormone decreases annually by an average of only 1%. If the cessation of production occurs faster (in about 10-15% of cases), male menopause develops. These representatives of the stronger sex, having reached the age of 45-60, experience the same unpleasant symptoms as women, such as emotional instability, frequent mood swings, hot flashes, decreased sex drive, etc.
To stop such manifestations, as a rule, it is possible by prescribing hormone replacement therapy. However, recently it has become possible to treat menopause with stem cells. It is recommended to start it already on the eve of menopause in women, when due to the renewal of all internal organs it is possible to prolong youth and preserve the menstrual cycle. In this case, menopause occurs much later and the woman is not threatened by the occurrence of climacteric disorders.
A similar tactic is used in relation to male menopause. In this case, cell therapy provides an increase in the level of testosterone in the blood and, therefore, either prevents the development of characteristic symptoms, or nullifies it if it has already developed.
Treatment of menopause with stem cells increases vitality, promotes the development of muscle mass, renewal of internal organs, good functioning of the endocrine system, and improves skin turgor. Both men and women, against the background of such treatment, they feel excellent, there is a noticeable external rejuvenation, and, importantly, libido increases. And although this does not lead to lifelong preservation of fertility, it allows patients to feel healthy and full for many more years.