It is later in life that women go through menopause. The term menopause applies to any woman who has not had a menstrual cycle in 12 months. Menopause means the end of the woman’s reproductive years and is perfectly normal.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) February 22, 2016
Every woman can experience menopause is their own unique way. For some it means very hot flashes, vaginal dryness, or the woman experiencing weight gain despite not changing their diets. While each woman will have a different experience there are some general things women should know.
Most women have menopause between 45 and 55, with 51 being the average age. Hot flashes are by far the most common thing women have. To deal with it triggers should be avoided such as alcohol and caffeine. Losing weight and quitting smoking also help. Additionally, dressing in layers is preferred so that they can be removed in case a hot flash hit.
Dr. David Samadi is a doctor in New York who has written about menopause and other sexual health issues. His specialty is performing surgery for men suffering from prostate cancer, including the use of advanced robotic surgery equipment. His philosophy is to not treat just the prostate but instead the whole patient in order to help them achieve a cancer-free future.
It was at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center that Dr. David Samadi acquired his fellowship training in treating forms of cancer such as bladder, testicular, and prostate. His first position treating these forms of cancer took place at Columbia Presbyterian, located in New York City, where he was the director of laparoscopic surgery. After five years he left to work at the Mount Sinai Medical Center where he started out as the chief of robotic surgery and was eventually named the vice chair of urology.
Today Dr. David Samadi works at Lenox Hill Hospital as the chief of robotic surgery as well as the chairman of urology. His expertise led to him joining the Fox News Channel as a medical consultant in 2009. He has been a contributor to this channel since 2009, including Fox News Health.
It was in Iran that Dr. David Samadi was born, as part of a Persian Jewish community. He, along with his brother, left this country in 1979 when the Iranian Revolution occurred. He ended up in the United States after gaining his education in both London as well as Belgium.
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