Register Now for a Menopause Webinarwith Dr Nick Panay from Hormone Health and Lysta Reardon, Fitness and Wellness Consultant.This event is being held on Wednesday 15th July via Zoom at 6.30pm and the ticket price is £10 per person.Bookings via studio17pilates.comLysta will start with a 10-15 minute talk on her own experience with the menopause [...]
Webinar with Nick Panay, Consultant Gynaecologist & Henpicked “What you need to know about early menopause and its treatment” On 3rd June, Hormone Health founder, Nick Panay took part in a Lunch & Learn webinar in association with Henpicked, one of the UK's largest online communities for women. During this webinar, Nick provided [...]
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 [...]
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.
We would like to reassure all of our patient's that we are taking the necessary precautions to control the spread of COVID-19 by offering telephone consultations to all of our patients, unless a face to face consultation is necessary.
The British Menopause Society has issued an update on the current availability of HRT products in response to the ongoing HRT shortages.
Women’s hormone health has been under the spotlight in 2019, mainly for good reasons.
PA Diploma News has published an article on the range of symptoms both physical and mental experienced by sufferers PMDD (Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder).
Online discussion about the key aspects of the Global position Statement on the use of Testosterone for Women.
Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) can be treated by hormonal replacement therapy, but according to professor Nick Panay, interviewed at the 2019 Congress of the European Society of Gynecology, diagnosing as early as possible is the key message.