Edition 30: August News


Private practice has seen an incredible transformation over the last quarter in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. In the space of just a few weeks Hormone Health adopted virtual consultations, from the use of email to video consultations, to supporting patients in understanding and mitigating the consequences of the pandemic.

Now that Covid-19 restrictions are being eased, we are able to offer the full range of tests in our clinics in London and Nottingham as well as continuing with our virtual consultations.

Contact us to make an appointment or your GP or specialist can write to refer you. We ask that you bring any copies of investigations that you have had performed elsewhere as this may prevent repeating some investigations. A record of your symptoms can also be very helpful at the first consultation. If possible, please download and complete our symptom diary.

Our first ever mini-series on contraception

In September, Hormone Health will be launching their first ever mini-series on contraception. Authored & championed by Hormone Health Associate Tina Peers.
Tina is Consultant in Contraception and Reproductive Healthcare. Menopause Specialist recognised by the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health.

The series is designed to give women the knowledge and confidence to make the right choice when it comes to contraception. There are many methods to choose from and it’s worth taking the time to find out more about each one.

We are inviting all women who currently rely on contraceptives to take part in our short survey. The purpose of this research project is to understand popularity of methods, how women rate their choice of contraception and what information women may find useful when reviewing, choosing available methods.

Please note – Your responses will be confidential, we do not collect identifying information such as your name, email address or IP address.

Leading experts in your living room

Hormone Health leading experts have been supporting women during these unprecedented times by broadcasting live webinars, leading community groups to support women in the absence of face to face group meet ups and clinical consultations.

Hormone Health Associate, Nigel Denby, registered dietitian, author of ten successful nutrition books and a broadcaster across television and radio both in the UK and Europe runs a wonderful support group called Harley Street at Home’ on Facebook. If you are looking for a friendly community of like minded people look no further.

Nigel’s Clinical Specialities include:

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Weight Management
  • Menopause
  • Cholesterol Management
  • Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS)
  • Poly-Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

 Together with Henpicked we are helping to raise Menopause Awareness in the UK

On 3rd June, Hormone Health founder, Nick Panay took part in a lunch & learn webinar in association with  Henpicked founder, Deborah Garlick, one of the UK’s largest online communities for women on the topic of:
What you need to know about early Menopause and it’s treatment.

We have recently confirmed our next lunch & learn webinar in the series taking place on the 28th September 2020 on the topic of Long Term Health. Further details will be shared on our social channels and newsletter in the coming month.
Save the date to avoid missing out on these hugely popular sessions.

Managing the Menopause

2nd Edition is now available to order
Editors – Nick Panay, Paula Briggs, Gabor Kovacs

If you’re a healthcare professional or even a patient going through the Menopause, then this book which has been co-written by Hormone Health founder, Nick Panay will be of interest for you.
Managing the Menopause book It is a highly practical book covering all aspects of managing the menopause from symptoms to the latest treatments. It also addresses concerns over the long-term use of Menopausal Hormone Therapy (MHT) and contains information on nutrition and migraines with contributions from some of our other Associates.
If you’d like to order your copy, then please click here

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