Hormone Conditions Treated

At The Surrey Park Clinic, we have more than 10 years experience of in managing hormones Women. Each year we treat hundreds of patients covering a wide range of symptoms and conditions, including Menopause, Andropause, Thyroid Dysfunction and Premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Through a personalised, professional and innovative approach to treatment, we aim to improve the quality of our patient’s lives with a treatment plan tailored to their precise needs.

If you are experiencing any of the conditions below, we can help you.

Acne

Acne is the result of an inflammation of the sebaceous glands (oil glands). The subsequent spots are caused by oil, bacteria and skin cells becoming trapped in our pores. This inflammation can be triggered by our environment or by stress, cosmetic products etc., however, our hormones can also play a big part in bringing about the skin condition.

Bowel Problems

The effects of menopause and reduction in oestrogen can also have an impact on bowel function. We can review bowel problems in the context of your other symptoms to bring insight and relief to common issues.

Burning Tongue

Burning tongue is often associated with low oestrogen levels and is, therefore, a frequent complaint of perimenopausal and menopausal women. Burning Tongue can also be caused by diabetes, a side effect of certain medications, an allergic reaction, depression or nutritional deficiencies (among other causes).

Excessive Hair Growth

Most women have fine hair in places such as the upper lip, chin, arms, abdomen or back. However, having coarse or dark hair in these areas can be a source of embarrassment affecting day-to-day life.

Hair Loss

It is usual for all women to experience a degree of hair loss throughout their life. In fact, it is normal to lose around 100 hairs a day. However, excessive hair loss, also known as alopecia, can be upsetting and impact self-confidence.

Weight Gain

Weight gain can be apparent all over your body or more visible in the centralised region around your abdomen. Weight gain is rarely due to just one cause and our expertise can help identify the combination affecting you.