Many normal things as pregnancy and menopause become medical problems requiring
medical management.Women choose different treatment options during the menopause.
Your health has been presented in a biologically defined manner. It revolved around
menstruation, having babies, and being a functional as a white mother and soulmate.
As a woman you often see one doctor for your pregnancy another one for your menstrual
sexual problems, that third one for your basic healthcare, and a bunch of specialists to
manage chronic diseases. There is very little coordination among all these caregivers.
If you have any emotional or behavior problem it is often told that
you have a hormonal fluctuation. No one asks you about the role of economics, environment,
and your social life that deeply affects you. No one recognizes all your experiences across
your life that have affected your health. Clinical studies assume that information obtained
on male subjects can be extrapolated to women.
Yet some diseases affect women more than men and each sex is more vulnerable to disease
and its effectiveness and side effects of treatment vary by gender. Women have depression
twice as much as men. This may be caused by differences in brain structure, and function and
hormonal fluctuation during the reproductive cycle. We all know that estrogen helps serotonin
functions, and women respond better than men to serotonin inhibitors.
The rates of violence among women and their disadvantages in their social status also
create depression. Twice as many women who are single are in poverty than those of men.
Balancing your work with personal and family health needs as distressed.
Often women re-named the primary family caregivers, for students to care for their sick
children, parents or their spouses, while often working harder and earning less.
Things like depression must take biology into account in the context of the realities
of a woman's life and circumstances.
There are many causes of illnesses and diseases and their many ways to get healed.
Doctors must counsel women about nutrition, exercise, mind-body practices, the
role of vitamins and dietary supplements,. Women should be referred to specialists
who may be endocrinologist, acupuncture, massage therapist, where surgeons.
We don't need a broader array of treatments to integrate women's health. What we
need is a different way of being with the patient. Drs. must listen carefully to the
woman's story as she tells it, make some connections, gain some insights, and
laid the foundations for her healing.
People choose different treatment options during the menopause. Some will take hormone
s because they think they will be stronger and look young. Others may avoid them becaus
they feel they may cause breast cancer. The woman's decisions are made on her experiences
and beliefs. At as a doctor, the woman's experiences and beliefs must be validated, and
an effective treatment plan put into play.
There are a lot of topics that women need discussed from aging, sexuality, premenstrual
tension pregnancy, menopause, fibroids breast and cervical cancer, heart disease
rheumatoid arthritis depression HIV eating problems and fibromyalgia. Many women
abandon their family practitioners for naturalpathic treatments, chiropractic's psychology
, energy medicine, and traditional Chinese medicine to integrate their problems.
Women must be offered information about options, and be served in a multitude of ways