Private women’s health clinic
Our clinics specialise in helping women by creating tailored management programmes for the sexual, reproductive and post-reproductive phases of their lives.
We understand that the impact of our body’s hormones is fundamental to our everyday life. Changes in their balance need careful management, whether it be due to a medical condition or a specific stage of life.
Our range of expertise means we can offer appropriate advice and treatments for women throughout their lives.
New clinic launch
We are pleased to announce that we have now opened a new clinic in Nottingham. For further information click here.
Menopause / post-menopause:
In the lead up to and following menopause, the changes in the body can lead to significant physical and psychological effects. Every woman has a different experience during this period of their life, with unique symptoms that vary in severity. These can include: menopause induced osteoporosis, low libido, hot flushes & night sweats, weight gain, and mood swings, low feelings and anxiety. Following health screening, our expert specialists will work with you to find the right treatment, with options including hormone replacement therapy (HRT), licenced body identical hormone therapies and complementary therapies.
Menstrual & reproductive health:
Many women suffer with Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), endometriosis and period problems. We can work with you to find a suitable method of treatment to help alleviate symptoms. We can also help with premature ovarian insufficiency (POI), fertility and contraception.
Other women’s health issues:
There are many other issues that, as specialists, Hormone Health can help with, including: fibroids, ovarian cysts, vaginal atrophy
At our clinics we offer a personalised service and a full range of state-of-the-art diagnostic screening – including blood tests and bone scans – all within a comfortable environment.
We will continue to update our website with the latest findings in hormone research, with articles on women’s health and matters in the press. You can find the latest coverage of women’s health in the national press in our News section.
Study confirms increased risk of cardiovascular disease following spontaneous and surgical premature ovarian insufficiency (POI): what are the next steps?
This study confirmed a statistically significant relationship between age of menopause and the primary cardiovascular outcome measure.
The British Menopause Society has issued an update on the current availability of HRT products in response to the ongoing HRT shortages.
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