Signs of the early menopause and what to do about it… Written by Hormone Health Associate Dr Imogen Shaw Consultant in women’s health and the menopause. What is POI? POI stands for Premature Ovarian Insufficiency; you may also hear it referred to as premature menopause or premature ovarian failure. POI is a condition where the [...]
Your Contraception GuideWritten by Hormone Health Associate Dr Tina Peers Consultant in Contraception and Reproductive Healthcare.Last month Hormone Health launched their first ever mini-series to contraception. With over 15 different methods of contraception currently available in the UK choosing the right contraception is so important.This month Dr Tina Peers Consultant in Contraception and Reproductive Healthcare [...]
Why choosing the right contraception is so important. Deciding which contraceptive method to use is one of the most important decisions all women have to make. Being able to control one’s fertility, decide if you want to have children at all, and if you do, when you want to have them.
You’ve probably heard about Premenstrual syndrome (PMS), but did you know that there is more than one type? Find out all about the different symptoms associated to them in this article.
Nick Panay, founder of Hormone Health and Consultant Gynaecologist took part in a Webinar with Henpicked on 3rd June. During this he discussed all you need to know about the early Menopause and it's treatment
There have been many questions surrounding the effects of COVID-19 on women. Are women more or less vulnerable to Coronavirus infection? Why do more women recover from Coronavirus infection than men? Does HRT provide some protection against the Coronavirus? Read this Q&A from Dr Nick Panay to answer all your questions.
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.