Offering special treatment and flexi-hours is not the answer to managing menopause in the workplace. We need education, awareness and - for many of us - HRT, to really make a difference
Flagging libido? Brain fog? Low energy? We’re guessing a lot of you are nodding right now. Testosterone could be the answer. Our doctors explain why.
Recent headlines have promised women a miracle menopause test: a procedure that can delay the menopause. No drugs, no symptoms, no more hassle. Is it too good to be true?
Your menopause questions come in all guises. Some are easy to group together - like HRT - and some are more general menopause questions, like these ones here. Our doctors have the answers.
Menopause and skincare is a big issue for many women. Our doctors answer your questions.
Menopause and libido is a biggie for many women. Our doctors are here to answer all your questions.
How do I know if I need a higher or lower dose of HRT is a common question. Our medical advisors answer that one, and many more.
It's a part of the body that is often ignored - until it makes its presence very much felt. You can certainly feel the effects if you don’t look after it properly. Time to pay your pelvic floor the attention it deserves.
Don’t wait until midlife to start looking after your menopause health, says Dr Shahzadi Harper, a GP and women’s health expert. Your 30s are the time to start your wellbeing preparation.
Women from different ethnicities will have different menopausal and perimenopausal symptoms. We speak to a doctor who is determined to start a more inclusive conversation.
Urinary infections can be an uncomfortable, even painful, companion to menopause. And multiple trips to the loo in the middle of the night are not what you need when insomnia is already an issue. Dr Stephanie Goodwin, a London-based GP and menopause specialist, explains what you can do.
Some of her patients find it embarrassing to discuss, so Dr Louise Newson shares everything you need to know about this common condition.
As oestrogen decreases, your bones become less dense and strong. Dr Louise Newson advises how exercise and diet can build them back up again.
The symptoms of menopause go way beyond hot flushes and mood swings. Dr Louise Newson explains why even your complexion needs extra love and attention.
You’re not imagining it, your mind can feel addled when menopause hits. Dr Louise Newson explains why.
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