Vaginal dryness and discomfort is a fact of menopausal life for many women, but it is best to know exactly what you have and how to deal with it.
Essential information for anyone wanting to start a family, or who has experienced previous difficulty in maintaining a pregnancy.
Women often ask about symptoms when they are not sure if they are menopausal or not, so do any of these apply to you?
Many women at menopause use the contraceptive Pill or Coil to help control heavy bleeding. The synthetic hormones these contain are not the same as the natural hormones and have very different effects.
Women can experience many changes to their cycle over their lifetime, but any unusual bleeding may need to be investigated.
Low thyroid function affects ten times more women than men but the right help can boost energy and health.
Around one in five women will have a hysterectomy so it helps to know what to expect afterwards.
Women are aware of the problems of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis, but not many know of the link between hormone balance and rheumatoid arthritis.
It’s not called our ‘crowning glory’ for nothing, but if the condition is poor, or we are experiencing hair loss from hormone changes, it can have quite an impact on our wellbeing.
High blood pressure is increasingly common at menopause, but could it have something to do with your stomach?
Confusing synthetic progestins found in HRT with bioidentical progesterone has led to some wrong assumptions about its effectiveness and safety as well as its real benefits for women.
Night time is critical to help your body lose weight, but these key factors might surprise you.
You may think it’s inevitable to have some brain fog at menopause, but your diet might also be contributing.
Is food your way of coping with anxiety? Progesterone will help elevate mood and assist weight loss so here are some simple measures you can take to help make a real difference.
1 in 6 UK men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. More than 140 new cases are diagnosed daily.
During menopause, your hormone levels change, IBS symptoms can worsen and perimenopause can trigger the onset of IBS.
Crash diets are not a good idea, but here’s how to safely shed pounds.
Common at perimenopause, just what causes them and how can you help yourself?
This is one of my most frequently asked questions, and it was answered by the late Dr John Lee and Dr David Zava in their book ‘What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Breast Cancer.’
If life is starting to become overwhelming, one of the first steps you can take is to help yourself with your diet.