Are you looking for a gynecologist to support your menopause?

Are you suddenly having hot flashes? Do you have trouble sleeping? These signs can indicate the onset of menopause, which affects all women around the age of 50.

It is a fact. This natural phenomenon can be badly experienced both physically and psychologically.

The gynecologists at our clinic located in the center of Barcelona support you to relieve symptoms and limit the risk of diseases caused by this new cycle of life.

What is the menopause?

The medical definition of menopause is when a year has passed since your last period.

During the menopause, your periods will decrease and then stop. It usually starts between the ages of 45 and 55 and the transition can last several years.

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Symptoms of menopause

This period is defined as a physiological phenomenon corresponding to the interruption of ovarian function, and therefore, the cessation of periods. Multiple physical, physiological and psychological symptoms herald the onset of menopause.


Menopause does not come on suddenly. It sets in gradually after a period called "perimenopause". This phase corresponds to the weakening of a woman's fertilizable eggs. The hormonal balance is affected, and the constant variation prevails in the levels of estrogen and progesterone.

Observing a duration between two and four years, this phenomenon is characterized by the following signs:

  • Irregular periods
  • Irritability
  • Tension at chest height
  • Nighttime hot flashes

Remember that this period does not, in any way, mean the impossibility of getting pregnant. Of course, the chances decrease, but only the confirmation of the menopause initiates the end of the contraception.

Menopause disorders

The upheavals caused by menopause are numerous. If they do not systematically affect all women, they can handicap their daily lives for several years.

These ailments are manifested by various and varied transformations:

  • Thinning and dryness of the skin
  • Weakening of tissues and bones
  • Painful joints
  • Weight gain
  • Signs of depression and bad mood

The symptoms of menopause are also characterized by disorders defined as climacteric:

  • Hot flashes (chills, dizziness, faintness, profuse sweating, etc.)
  • Night sweats
  • Urinary leaks
  • Headache
  • Inability to sleep
  • Tiredness

How to treat menopause?

If you suffer from one or more of the symptoms mentioned above, do not hesitate to book an appointment with the gynecology department at Turó Park Medical Center. Our professionals will present a wide range of therapeutic techniques for you to accompany you in the best possible way in this new cycle of life.

The primary purpose of the first visit is to listen to you and diagnose menopause, characterized by the absence of periods for 12 months in a row. If there is no proper exam, our gynecologists can order a progesterone test. This involves ingesting this hormone for 3 months in a row. The result is radical, because if the absence of periods persists, then menopause is reconfirmed.

What methods can relieve menopause?

Studies and advances have changed the treatments associated with the management of menopause. No more prescription of replacement hormones giving rise to vascular and carcinogenic risks.

Like many medical centers, the gynecologists at Turó Park Clinics are now turning to more natural recipes to alleviate the symptoms of menopause. There is no cure for menopause, but many formulas and advice are more useful to overcome this period.

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Our specialists offer obstetrics and gynecologic care for women through all phases of life, from your pre-teen years to post-menopausal years.

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Well Aging Women Checkups

Perimenopause Consultations Pack (450 €)

Performed by Dr. Celia Marcos, the doctor will send you a questionnaire beforehand.

1st Consultation with a gynaecologist specialising in menopause 30 min. appointment in the call centre and will include :

  • Exhaustive anamnesis with evaluation of previous tests provided by the patient.
  • Gynaecological examination with gynaecological ultrasound (necessary before hormone treatment), cytology.
  • Request for a complete general and hormonal analysis.
  • Request for complementary tests if necessary (densitometry, HPV, Mx and breast ultrasound).
  • Lifestyle recommendations and personalised supplements
  • Samples that we offer as gifts
  • General recommendations on menopause or according to the patient's needs.

20 min results appointment to be scheduled upon leaving the first consultation according to the tests ordered and will include:

  • Assessment of blood tests and tests performed
  • Prescription of hormone correction treatment, if necessary.
  • Follow-up plan
  • Referral to nutritionist, cardio, endocrinologist, gastro, psychologist and physiotherapist according to needs.
  • Reports and indications for the patient according to the case (written by Dr. Celia Marcos on the basis of the checkup).


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Our answers to the most frequently asked questions about the menopause

What is the average age of menopause?

The regularity and duration of the menstrual cycle varies over a woman's reproductive life, but the age at which natural menopause occurs is generally between 45 and 55 years for women worldwide.

Does the menopause cause weight gain?

Women gain an average of 2 to 2.5 kg at menopause. This weight gain is particularly noticeable during the transition period between perimenopause and menopause, which lasts about 3 years. During this period, weight tends to accumulate in the abdominal area.

Does menopause make you tired?

At the menopause, the sudden drop in oestrogen generally leads to a drop in physical and mental energy and even to intense fatigue, often with repercussions on energy. However, this manifests itself differently in each person.