Q & As from Dr Nick Panay, Founder and Director of Hormone Health Q1: Is it possible to confuse menopause symptoms with Coronavirus symptoms? A: Hot flushes, sweats, aches and pains and tiredness induced by the menopause could be similar to Coronavirus symptoms, but the menopause does not usually raise body temperature to 38 degree [...]
Menopausal women are the fastest-growing demographic in the workforce.Studies have shown that menopause symptoms can have a significant impact on attendance and performance in the workplace.
When some women come to see us, it is after they have tried to seek help in many other places. We can often be a last resort because of myths that perpetuate about private medical practice.
As we age, we become more at risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). There is nothing we can do about ageing, but we can support our heart’s health.
Keeping a diary of your symptoms is a useful way of understanding just how much they are affecting your daily life.
It is thought that around 20% of women in the UK have polycystic ovaries and while many of these women will never know they have the condition, it does affect some women.
Carrying fat on your thighs instead of your stomach can help protect you from heart disease.
Relieving your menopause symptoms when you have a history of cancer can involve many extra steps depending on the complexity of your case.
While it might seem that holistic ways to relieve menopausal symptoms are dabbling in the world of alternative medicine, there is a lot of clinical data to support the use of some complementary therapies.
Symptoms of the menopause can be unpleasant and impact on your daily life. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is one of the ways you can alleviate these symptoms.