Menopause Clinic

Welcome to the Eve Health Menopause Clinic

A holistic approach to women’s health

Menopause is the natural biological process that marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years and is more specifically defined as the point in time when a woman has not had a menstrual period for 12 months signaling the cessation of her menstrual cycle.

At Eve Health, we specialize in providing expert care and support for women going through the menopause and perimenopause transition.

Our dedicated menopause expert, GP Dr Samantha Kerr is committed to helping her patients navigate this important phase of life with comfort, confidence and optimal health.

“I am proud to be part of the Eve Health Menopause Clinic which aims to support women going through the physical and emotional changes that occur in both perimenopause and menopause.

All women will go through this hormonal shift and each woman will experience it differently.  Education and support at this time can reduce stress and improve symptoms. Furthermore, newer safer hormone treatments are now available.

I think midlife women want to thrive and feel well and productive. In my 23 years of GP experience I have noticed that menopause care can be stressful and rushed due to time limitations. I hope that our Menopause Clinic can offer a supportive environment to carefully address midlife concerns and change the conversation from distress to informed decision making to optimise good health.”

Bookings with Dr Kerr do not require a GP referral. To book a consult call our Clinic (07) 3332 1999 or book online.

What is Menopause?

Menopause typically occurs in women in their late 40s to early 50s, although the exact timing can vary widely from person to person.

It is the time when the ovaries run out of eggs and no longer produce hormones.  Menopause book-ends a woman’s reproductive years and after you have passed through it you will have no more periods and be unable to have babies naturally.

Perimenopause (the time in the lead up to the last period) can be a time of complete hormonal chaos.  Symptoms can include irregular and heavy periods, muscle and joint aches and pains, depression, irritability and changes in libido.

Menopause Symptoms

Menopausal symptoms due to a decline in estrogen can include

  • severe hot flushes,
  • disrupted sleep,
  • difficulty concentrating and a decrease in mental acuity as well as depression,
  • vaginal dryness,
  • sexual pain
  • loss of libido.

While menopause itself is a natural part of aging, the experience can vary greatly from one person to another. Some women may go through menopause with relatively few symptoms and minimal disruption to their daily lives, while others may experience more pronounced and bothersome symptoms.

Dr Samantha Kerr


Dr Kerr completed her MBBS from University of Queensland in 1995.
Dr Kerr is experienced in all aspects of General Practice.
She takes a special interest in women’s health and paediatrics.

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