Whilst there are many GPs doing amazing work in supporting menopausal women, there are still too many who let women down when it comes to perimenopause and menopause advice. Which means it’s often up to all of us to educate ourselves. So if you want to know the best menopause website in the UK, look no further. We’ve done the work for you.
Doing some menopause research for yourself means that you’ll go into a GP appointment armed with knowledge. You only have about nine and a half minutes after all! So we’re here with the best menopause websites to read before your appointment.
The more reading and information you can gather before you see a GP, the better your chances are of getting the support you need.
Dr Stephanie Goodwin is one of Hylda’s medical experts, and she has put together a brilliant list of the best go-to resources for authoritative information and advice. Top of her recommendations is Hylda – thank you, Stephanie, the cheque’s in the post.
READ MORE Meet menopause expert and GP, Dr Stephanie Goodwin.
Dr Goodwin’s list includes other brilliant sites that will give you what you need to power through these midlife years. Her own site is a fantastic resource, as is Dr Louise Newson’s (another of the Hylda medical community).
READ MORE Meet menopause expert and GP, Dr Louise Newson.
So if you want the best menopause website in the UK, here is Dr Steph’s list, and what she has to say about each of them.
On Dr Goodwin’s list for being, “A site with medical, wellbeing and beauty advice from leading experts.”
Dr Goodwin’s own site is essential reading. “My regular blog on menopause and other medical problems,” she says.
“Dr Louise Newson is a menopause specialist in the Midlands,” says Dr Goodwin. “This is an excellent resource.”
“The British Menopause Society, which has excellent new information videos and lists of menopause specialists,” says Dr Goodwin.
“This is the patient arm of the British Menopause Society,” says Dr Goodwin.
“This is for women with early menopause,” explains Dr Goodwin. “There is a twice monthly online chat available with specialists to members.”
“A good source of information and a newsletter,” recommends Dr Goodwin.