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Welcome to the Menopause Hub

Menopause is a natural stage of life that all women will go through, it is not an illness and is not to be feared.  In fact, when we educate ourselves and understand how our bodies are changing and behaving, it can be a time to embrace and make sustainable changes to our daily habits, which will positively impact our future selves.

Here you will find useful information on all aspects of menopause and how you can recognise and manage your symptoms.

Check back here regularly as I continue to add more content!

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What is Menopause?

Menopause is a natural biological process that every woman will experience and marks the end of a woman's menstrual cycles and fertility.

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Menopause Symptoms

There are well over 30 different symptoms of menopause, some of them well known, such as hot flashes and night sweats, but what about the other lesser known symptoms?

Read this blog to find out more.

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Early Menopause or POI

Menopause, typically occurs between the ages of 45 and 55, and marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years. However, some women experience menopause much earlier, a condition known as Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) or early menopause.

Menopause Symptom Checker

Menopause Symptom Checker

If you're finding yourself struggling with symptoms that you have not experienced before, have you considered they could be because of your fluctuating hormones?

Peri/menopause symptoms are far more than irregular periods, hot flashes and night sweats.  You might be amazed at how many different symptoms are related to your menopause transition and fluctuating hormones.  Things like itchy skin, tinnitus, anxiety and increased allergies can all be because of your hormones.

It can be helpful to see all of the symptoms associated with perimenopause listed in one place, to understand how many of them you might be experiencing.  Seeing them like this and rating the level in which they are affecting you, can help you decide if you can rule in or out the possibility of your menopause transition.

If you decide that the results look like you could be perimenopausal, this menopause symptom checker can be a really useful tool to print off take with you to your appointment with your clinician.  It demonstrates that you are doing your own research and that you understand your symptoms.  It also ensures that you have a handy reminder with you, of everything you are experiencing.  We all know how quickly those 10 minute appointments go and you can easily find yourself leaving the room, and then remembering all the things you wanted to discuss!

Download my FREE Menopause Symptom Checker here.

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