The menopause, when monthly periods stop for good, typically happens between the ages of 45 and 55, and symptoms last for around four years. There are pre- or perimenopause, menopause and post-menopause phases, each with its own health challenges. The sections below will show you what to expect at each stage, as well as how to support your health so that life remains enjoyable and fulfilling.


From irregular periods to hot flushes, reduced libido to changes in mood: the period leading up to menopause, known as the perimenopause, can have a number of symptoms. Find out more about what’s happening to your body at this time, and what you can do to manage your changing health needs.


There are many symptoms of menopause, from hot flushes to hair loss and vaginal dryness, but there are also many ways to help, whether it’s a course of HRT, supplements or a change in diet. Find out more about what to expect during the menopause, and what you can do to support your health.


Postmenopause starts once a woman has not had a period for an entire year. Post-menopausal women can experience symptoms such as vaginal bleeding, vaginal dryness and weight gain, as well as the effects of coming off HRT medication. Find out more about how to support your health at this time.



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