Genitourinary syndrome can be treated with creams or pessaries which are available on prescription.
A low dose of oestrogen may also be offered . Oestrogen may then repair vaginal tissue gradually so that there is a reduction in symptoms.
The British Menopause Society (BMS) is the specialist authority for menopause and post reproductive health in the UK. Established in 1989, the BMS educates, informs and guides healthcare professionals, working in both primary and secondary care, on menopause and all aspects of post reproductive health.
Menopausematters.co.uk 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.
Women’s Health Concern (WHC), established in 1972 and the patient arm of the BMS since 2012. WHC provides a confidential, independent service to advise, inform and reassure women about their gynaecological, sexual and post reproductive health.
Daisy Network was created to provide support to women, along with their families and partners, who have been diagnosedwith premature menopausal symptoms. They understand that this diagnosis can feel incredibly isolating and often women are left confused and unsure where to go next.
Menopause Cafe aims to have the whole world talking about the menopause.
At a Menopause Café people, often strangers, gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss menopause.
Our Menopause Cafés are offered: