27th April: Talking Midlife, Menopause & Beyond - St Mary's Church, Putney

Experts in women's gynae and pelvic floor health - Gynaecologist, Dr Karen Morton & Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Christien Bird, enlighten women on - why, how, & what they can do, to take control of their health & wellbeing in midlife, menopause & beyond! Join us for an afternoon of mythbusting and preventative health advice. Get your questions answered!

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Positive Pause ‘Talking relationships in midlife, menopause & beyond’ event.

“Exhilarating and liberating, full of light and love” - JW, guest at our women’s wellbeing in mid-life, menopause and beyond event at Bell House in January. Find out more about what they experienced during an afternoon of information and resilience building.

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Clothing to help hot flushes: Cool Clothing for Hot Women

If hot flushes and night sweats are causing menopause embarrassment and discomfort, then have you considered investing in garments to regulate your body temperature? Fifty One Apparel is one of a few select brands that design a range of basics to help relieve those dastardly flushes. Check out Ann’s review.

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Introducing PositivePause!

Our cheeky, no shame, Hot Flush name, has changed. We’re now PositivePause. No longer defined and confined by a menopause symptom, our new name is all encompassing of women’s mid-life experience. Menopause is a chance for women to pause, take stock, recalibrate and press the reset button, we see it as a time to celebrate the next phase in our lives. And that’s not all…

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Informed decisions (about the menopause) are good decisions! An exciting study and opportunity!

We’re delighted to share a research opportunity with you. The gynaecology experts at Dr Morton’s - the medical helpline, are teaming up with Medopad, a global healthtech company, to gather data about menopause. They’re offering women three months’ FREE access to expert gynaecologists. If you’re between the age of 45 - 55 years, and either peri or postmenopausal, then you could be one of the lucky 200 women that can help with valuable data evaluation.

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