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Welcome to Menopause Matters is an award winning, independent website providing up-to-date, accurate information about the menopause, menopausal symptoms and treatment options. Here you will find information on what happens leading up to, during and after the menopause, what the consequences can be, what you can do to help and what treatments are available.

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A Personal Message from Dr Heather Currie MBE

I am often saddened to still see misinformation about menopause and treatment options, when there are so many accurate, trustworthy resources available. As we have said many times, we are all different, but we need accurate information readily available so that we can make truly informed decisions, supported by family, friends, and, when needed, educated healthcare professionals.

So where to go?
First of all there there is loads to see on this website, have a good look from the home page. In particular, when considering using, or changing HRT, see our very popular » Decision tree.

Menopause Matters magazine
Our quarterly print magazine is available in » Shops, and from our » website where you can buy:
a single copy, a subscription for 1 year, or a recurring subscription .
A digital version of the current and past issues is also now available » here where it can be seen immediately with interactive functionality with direct links to websites and other resources. This also avoids significant postal costs and postage delays and is particularly attractive if you live outside the UK.

» Menopause Matter, Let's Talk
It has been an absolute privilege to launch 6 episodes of Series 1, covering many aspects of menopause: what happens, why, what are the consequences, what are the management options and much more, with Ruth Devlin. We are now recording Series 2. » Have a listen and let us know what else you would like us to cover. 

Our free weekly newsletter provides news, menopause matters updates and often a focus on a particular topic. Sign up near the top of this page » here.

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With over 350,000 followers across the various social media platforms, we reach many people, but there's always room for more--have a look below and follow us.

Other resources
You can see our many recommended resources outside menopause matters » here.

Healthcare professionals
If you do need advice and support from a healthcare professional, be reassured that the British Menopause Society is the go to place with excellent free resources online for healthcare professionals and public, as well as masterclasses, conferences, and the recently launched online BMS Management of the Menopause certificate for healthcare professionals. Always more education is needed but amazing progress is being made.

I really hope that there is something here that will help, of course along with our very » busy forum!
Thank-you for using Menopause Matters and for reading this message.
Best wishes
Dr Heather Currie MBE

Menopause Matters information is available via Amazon Alexa
Menopause Matters will be providing answers to some of the most commonly asked questions around menopause via Amazon's cloud-based voice service, Alexa.
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In association with Womens Health Concern and Manage My Menopause