TREATMENTS

Treat your menopause symptoms with real science and support

You’re finally hitting your stride and making time for the important things in life. What do you not have time for? Hot flashes, brain fog, hair loss, painful sex.

Menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) may be able to help. Read on to learn how.

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What causes menopause?
Why do I get all those disruptive symptoms?
What is menopausal hormone therapy and can it help me?
What are estrogen and progesterone?
Is MHT for me?
What happens when I sign up with Evernow?
Our treatments
Backed by our medical team

What causes menopause?

Beginning in midlife, estrogen and progesterone, two sex hormones made by your ovaries, begin to decline. This triggers the menopause transition, which starts with perimenopause, often in your 40s, and extends until 12 months following your final menstrual period. After that, you are officially postmenopausal.

The decision for longer-term MHT use comes down to what we know about the science and research, what your symptoms and health history are, and what the risk-benefit ratio is for you. – Dr. Leah Millheiser

Why do I get all those disruptive symptoms?

Up to 80% of women will experience vasomotor symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats that range from bothersome to downright distressing. Then there's insomnia, low sex drive, vaginal dryness, painful sex, weight changes—the list goes on.

What is menopausal hormone therapy and can it help me?

Menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) supplements the estrogen and progesterone your body is producing less of. In the right individuals, research shows that MHT is the most effective approach for reducing menopause symptoms.

TREATMENTS

Hormones

What is estrogen?

In addition to its well-known role in pregnancy, estrogen contributes to bone density, cognitive function, and heart health. Estradiol is the main form of estrogen found circulating in the female body, and it’s what Evernow prescribes.

What is progesterone?

Progesterone affects sleep and mood. For women who still have their uterus, progesterone is added to a menopausal hormone therapy regimen containing estrogen in order to protect the uterine lining.

Is MHT for me?

MHT has been proven to be the most effective treatment for menopausal symptoms. However, having certain medical conditions may mean taking MHT is not appropriate. If this is the case for you, nonhormonal therapy may be an option. To find out what works for you, connect with one of our menopause specialists to begin the evaluation process: we carefully review your health history and symptoms to determine what course of action to take to reduce your symptoms. Get started by filling out our health profile.

What happens when I sign up with Evernow?

Your treatment doesn’t end when you receive your medication in the mail. Far from it—you’ll be under the ongoing guidance of medical professionals with extensive experience treating women in the menopause transition. Ask us any questions you have with unlimited online messaging.

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REAL RESULTS

Our treatments

If you qualify for treatment, we’ll recommend a combination of the following options based on your health profile and symptoms. If you still have your uterus, progesterone will also be recommended to you.

Estradiol Patch

When your own estrogen takes a dip, support declining levels with an easy-to-use estradiol patch for proven relief. 80% of women report symptom reduction using an estradiol patch.

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Estradiol Pill

An alternative to the Estradiol Patch, the Estradiol Pill is the most common form of MHT. 80% of women report symptom relief using an estradiol pill.

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Paroxetine

Paroxetine is proven to reduce and eliminate the most troublesome vasomotor symptoms of menopause: hot flashes and night sweats. 67% of women report relief using paroxetine.

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Meet us

Backed by our medical team

Our medical team is led by Dr. Leah Millheiser & Dr. Emily Hu who have extensive experience prescribing MHT to women—and watching it change their lives—for the last 15+ years.

Leah Millheiser

MD, NCMP

Cheif Medical Officer

Leah Millheiser

MD, NCMP

Cheif Medical Officer

Leah Millheiser

MD, NCMP

Cheif Medical Officer

Emily Hu
Emily HuEmily Hu

Emily Hu

MD, NCMP

Medical Director, OBGYN

Leah Millheiser
Leah MillheiserLeah Millheiser

Leah Millheiser

MD, NCMP

Chief Medical Officer, OBGYN

Jennifer Garrison
Jennifer GarrisonJennifer Garrison

Jennifer Garrison

PhD

Chief Scientific Advisor

Rafid Fadul
Rafid FadulRafid Fadul

Rafid Fadul

MD, MBA

President, Evernow Medical Group

Sonali (Allie) Sharma
Sonali (Allie) SharmaSonali (Allie) Sharma

Sonali (Allie) Sharma

MD, MSc

Women's Health Advisor, Psychiatry

Eduardo Hariton
Eduardo HaritonEduardo Hariton

Eduardo Hariton

MD, MBA

Women's Health Advisor, OBGYN

Eva Luo
Eva LuoEva Luo

Eva Luo

MD, MBA

Women's Health Advisor, OBGYN

Peter Klatsky
Peter KlatskyPeter Klatsky

Peter Klatsky

MD

Women’s Health Advisor, OBGYN

Cynthia Krause
Cynthia KrauseCynthia Krause

Cynthia Krause

MD

Women’s Health Advisor, OBGYN

Emily Hu
Emily HuEmily Hu

Emily Hu

MD, NCMP

Medical Director, OBGYN

Jennifer Garrison
Jennifer GarrisonJennifer Garrison

Jennifer Garrison

PhD

Chief Scientific Advisor

Eduardo Hariton
Eduardo HaritonEduardo Hariton

Eduardo Hariton

MD, MBA

Women's Health Advisor, OBGYN

Peter Klatsky
Peter KlatskyPeter Klatsky

Peter Klatsky

MD

Women’s Health Advisor, OBGYN

Leah Millheiser
Leah MillheiserLeah Millheiser

Leah Millheiser

MD, NCMP

Chief Medical Officer, OBGYN

Cynthia Krause
Cynthia KrauseCynthia Krause

Cynthia Krause

MD

Women’s Health Advisor, OBGYN

Rafid Fadul
Rafid FadulRafid Fadul

Rafid Fadul

MD, MBA

President, Evernow Medical Group

Sonali (Allie) Sharma
Sonali (Allie) SharmaSonali (Allie) Sharma

Sonali (Allie) Sharma

MD, MSc

Women's Health Advisor, Psychiatry

Eva Luo
Eva LuoEva Luo

Eva Luo

MD, MBA

Women's Health Advisor, OBGYN

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