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Why should organisations offer menopause support in the workplace?

All female workers will go through the menopause. Few women anticipate that perimenopause indicators begin in their early 40’s and for some menopausal symptoms continue into their late 50’s and beyond. Hormonal shifts may have overwhelming consequences for certain working women. We outline why they should be supported in the workplace.

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20th November 2019: Talking Menopause with the Experts - Bell House, Dulwich

We're back at Bell House with the next in our series, PositivePause ‘Talking Menopause with the Experts’ events. Find out first-hand how to manage menopause, wherever you are on the journey; late 30s onwards and curious about the proactive steps to take? Or, maybe you’re going through menopause, or are post-menopause?

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Testosterone to treat menopause in the UK?

Testosterone is the hot topic for World Menopause Day 2019.  We spoke to menopause specialist Dr Jane Wilkinson, from Menopause Wellbeing, to get her expert advice on why can be a beneficial hormone treatment for some women. 

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Where to find support for early surgical menopause due to ovarian cancer?

Surgery due to ovarian cancer can induce an early menopause. The charity, Ovacome, provides support to anyone affected by ovarian cancer; this often includes family members, clinicians and friends. We wanted to find out more about this small charity and their work.

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Menopause & How A Women's Health Physio Can Help

Shocking statistics show that 50% of women post menopause may experience some form of pelvic floor weakness, whether urinary, bowl control, or prolapse. Chartered Women’s Health Physiotherapist Christien Bird, supports women to regain strength in their pelvic floor area.

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PositivePause Feelgood Fair - Manchester’s First Menopause Event!

Enjoy Manchester’s first women’s health and menopause event where we bring together local women’s health professionals, leading figures in the health arena and complementary therapists, all sharing their knowledge and expertise, offering self-help solutions to help you to be healthy and happy in menopause.

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Does menopause affect women's mental health?

‘Mentally Yours’ is a podcast from Metro online looking at mental health. Ann shared her own experience, educating co-hosts Yvette and Ellen about the link between hormones and women’s mental health in perimenopause and menopause. Read the facts & listen to the podcast!

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Menopause support - past, present and future!

As she comes to the end of her role as Chair of the British Menopause Society, Kathy Abernethy, shares how much attitudes and menopause support have changed in the last 35 years! WIN a copy of her book, ‘Menopause: The One Stop Guide’. Find out how!

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