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Perimenopause Class to Start April 29: Register Now

Perimenopause is a natural life transition leading up to the end of your period. While it can bring many positive changes to your life, it can be also a time of challenge. Many people experience symptoms that range from night sweats and hot flashes to problems sleeping and anxiety.

This 3-part workshop, led by Krista Bernhoft Margolis, a women’s health and functional medicine/holistic nurse practitioner, will offer insight into positive steps you can take to improve your journey through this time of change.

In a safe, nurturing environment with other like-minded women, you will:

  • Learn about western medicine approaches that can include hormone therapies, bone density screenings, and heart health recommendations
  • Discover how such complementary therapies as meditation, acupuncture, herbs, and stress reduction can support you
  • Explore the roles of nutrition and sleep

When: April 29, May 6, May 13

Cost: $100

Time: 6-8 pm

Location: Southdale OBGYN, Edina, 3625 W. 65th Street, #100

Register: 952-920-7001

About Krista Bernhoft Margolis, RN, APRN, WHCNP

At Southdale OBGYN, nurse practitioner Krista Margolis uses a holistic approach to health care to support and empower women as they navigate the many stages and transitions of their lives. She strives to create and nurture a therapeutic relationship with each woman she meets, applying the principles of functional medicine, which include addressing the whole person rather than just treating symptoms.

New OB Classes

Congratulations on your new pregnancy! We look forward to caring for you during this special time in your life and hope to make your prenatal visits as meaningful as possible. You will begin your regular prenatal visits at eight to twelve weeks of pregnancy. However, changes will begin to happen and questions will arise as soon as you become pregnant.

We offer a free 1-hour Early Pregnancy Class that we encourage all of our newly expectant parents to take prior to their first prenatal appointment with us. We also recommend that our patients attend this class even if this is not your first pregnancy in order to be up-to-date on new information and office protocols. These classes are taught by our Certified Nurse Midwives.

What will I learn?

  • Early Development of the Baby
  • The Physical and Emotional Changes of Pregnancy
  • Increase Nutritional Need of Pregnancy
  • Exercise During Pregnancy
  • Safe Medications and Chemicals During Pregnancy
  • Travel During Pregnancy
  • Illness During Pregnancy
  • Risk of Miscarriages
  • Lab and Genetic Testing Options
  • Office Policies and Appointment Schedules
  • Resources During Pregnancy

Cost: Complimentary

Register: #952-920-7001