Menopause and HRT
HRT is only one type of treatment for the menopause. It is the most effective treatment available to improve your symptoms and it can also work to reduce your risk of osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. This booklet will tell you everything you need to know about Hormone Replacement Therapy.
This is an important hormone which can often improve your symptoms and quality of life, as it plays an important role in sexual arousal, sexual response, libido, bone strength, cardiovascular health, cognitive performance, energy levels and wellbeing in women. This leaflet explains Testosterone in more detail.
Menopause and Me: A Guide for Younger Women
If your menopause occurs when you are under 45, it is known as an early menopause. Menopause in women under 40 years is usually referred to as POI. This booklet explains everything you need to know about menopause and it's symptoms and treatment, written for younger women experiencing POI or an early menopause.
Menopause and Cancer
This booklet has been created for women who may experience an early menopause as a result of cancer treatment. If you have been told that you cannot take HRT, due to cancer risks, this is often not the case and this booklet explains why in more detail.
Menopause and Me
This guide looks at what your menopause actually is and the symptoms you may experience, as well as the treatments and lifestyle changes that make a real difference. The information in this guide is aimed at women aged 45 and over. If you are under 45, you should refer to the Menopause and Me for Younger Women guide.
Menopause and Relationships: A Guide for Partners
All aspects of a woman's life can be affected by menopause and its symptoms, particularly relationships. This can be made more difficult by the fact that many couples don’t openly discuss the menopause. This guide has been specially created for partners to help a loved one through manage the menopause.
Menopause and the Workplace
Nine out of ten women say their menopausal or perimenopausal symptoms have had a negative impact on their work. This booklet contains advice and tips on how to make the menopause more manageable in the workplace, including how employers should be supporting women and ways women can reduce the impact of their symptoms at work.