Menopausal Questions Answered by Dr. David Samadi

Recently in the New York Daily News Doctor David Samadi wrote an informative article about women and menopause. In the article he discussed 10 questions every woman should ask concerning that time of their lives. You can read the article 10 Questions Every Woman Should Ask About Menopause at New York Daily News.

In his article Doctor Samadi discussed 10 points important to women who are nearing menopause and how this information is often overlooked. Many women are knowledgeable about menopause, but some women have gaps in their understanding of the process. Dr. Samadi answers these interesting questions that women ask. The doctor explains menopause can start anywhere from the 40s through the 50s and it is genetically guided. He explains the difference between perimenopause and menopause. Symptoms are examined with emphasis on hot flashes and how to lessen them or avoid them. He touches on osteoporosis and how hormones affect it. Menopause and heart disease is looked at in the article and weight gain and how to prevent it. Women who have undergone hysterectomies still encounter menopause and they may not know it. Dr. Samadi also discusses hormonal therapies and non-hormonal Therapies to ease symptoms. The doctor discusses lifestyle changes as ways ease menopausal symptoms. If you are a woman approaching or undergoing menopause or know a woman who is menopausal this article is worth the read.

Dr. Simadi is a board-certified urologist who is currently the Chief of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital In New York City. In 1979 the doctor and his brother left their native Iran at 15 and made their way to Europe and finished their elementary education and began their high school education in England and Belgium. After arriving in New York, the doctor completed his high school education and attended Stony Brook University on a full scholarship and earned his BS in Biochemistry.

Dr. Samadi continued his education in medicine studying urology and proctology at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is associated with Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, Montefiore Medical Center and Hofstra North Shore School of Medicine. In 2011 Dr. Samadi became the host of Sunday Housecall on the Fox News Network and he is the creator of World Health News on AM radio out of New York City. The doctor’s list of publications is long and includes papers on his breakthroughs in oncology.


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