Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Dr Hannah Short May 12
The BBC is covering the all week-brilliant! Menopause usually occurs over 45yrs (51yrs is the average age) but affects 1 in 100 women under 40. Symptoms last 7 yrs on average, but 10% have symptoms for >15 yrs. Don't suffer in silence, help is available
Reply Retweet Like
Health & Her May 19
“We need to have The Talk, but for 45-year-olds… We perimenopausal women need to talk to one another, and the rest of the world, about what’s happening.”
Reply Retweet Like
Menopause in the Workplace May 13
Making an inclusive subject that no one is afraid or embarrassed to talk about helps make an organisation a great place to work, giving women the confidence to ask for help and support if they need it
Reply Retweet Like
Maryon Stewart B.E.M. May 15
One man told me this week that his marriage was pushed to the brink because of . His loving wife seems to have been possessed by an alien & he’s mourning the loss of his soul mate. With knowledge symptoms can be overcome. couples need education!
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Hannah Short May 13
is the most effective medical treatment for menopausal symptoms and is safe & beneficial for the vast majority of women who start it within ten years of , below the age of 60.
Reply Retweet Like
Health & Her May 17
What does the menopause do to the body?
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Nighat Arif May 18
If any naysayers are thinking what all the fuss is around the read this article. Early menopause leaves a woman vulnerable to: -Bone loss(osteoporosis). -higher risk of bone fractures -Infertility -Heart disease. -Stroke So recognise the symptoms & offer Treatment👍
Reply Retweet Like
Diane Danzebrink May 19
So disappointed to read this I lobbied to focus on for over a year & was delighted to hear the impact it has made. I speak to too many women losing health, jobs & relationships, many feeling suicidal. This matters.
Reply Retweet Like
BBC May 18
'I'm not going to be able to have children... for life.' Annabelle was just 15 when she started the ... she's still coming to terms with it.
Reply Retweet Like
Rachel Maclean MP May 13
Great to see being discussed openly on this week. I’m working with ministers in government and in on a range of policies to help menopausal women and improve access to treatment
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Breakfast May 16
Reply Retweet Like
MenoHealth May 15
Have you talked to your boss about ? 💬 Research has found the majority of women don’t feel comfortable talking about menopause with their line managers. We need to openly talk about to dispel the myths & remove the embarrassment.
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Breakfast May 16
🙌 is giving us that as we talk about how to have a happier, healthier
Reply Retweet Like
Rejuvage May 13
We know is tough to go through so that's why our guide covers how to cope, treatments and your questions answered by a menopause expert. Download it now
Reply Retweet Like
femalegp May 14
Brilliant menopause is on the BBC this week! Great getting the information out there! But the negative vibe towards GPs feels misplaced. Comments such as ‘when your GP fobs you off’ aren’t helpful.
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Nichols 1h
Teehee night night lovelies xxx
Reply Retweet Like
FTWW Wales May 20
Have you got your tickets for the summit in on the 25th of June? More details about this groundbreaking event here!
Reply Retweet Like
andrea May 18
EXPO TOMORROW - SUNDAY 19 MAY - JOHN LEWIS I'm focusing on in my talk Does this sound like you: Anxiety, Overwhelm, memory issues, sleep issues, aches? Free to register, Talk spaces are limited - 1145am:
Reply Retweet Like
Allison S. Gabriel May 20
SO excited to hear that our paper on the "three Ms" - , , and - and women's careers was accepted for the annual review issue this morning! Shout out to & for being the best co-authors. We did it!
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Breakfast May 15
Annabelle was 15 when she started the menopause. Now she's trying to find out why ⬇️
Reply Retweet Like