I was delighted to be invited to speak about emotional wellbeing, sex and relationships and the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign at The Daisy Network conference in June. The Daisy Network is a great charity which supports women diagnosed with premature menopause. We have so much work to do to ensure these women are diagnosed correctly, and have Read more about Delighted to speak at a great charity conference[…]
Last week I was very fortunate to be able to sit down with leading menopause expert Nick Panay to discuss Menopause and management options for women diagnosed with one of the 5 gynaecological cancers or breast cancer. Nick has very kindly offered to give up more of his time to talk to me again in Read more about Management After Cancer Treatment[…]
Dr. Lisa Mosconi’s grandmother had two sisters and a brother. All three sisters died of Alzheimer’s. Their brother was spared. Why?
A continuing podcast with Diane Danzebrink and Sophie Claus. This week, part two of the series. On this podcast we talk about why this week has been a challenge for us both on our menopause journeys and why the #makemenopausematter campaign is so important.
Recently I sat down with consultant gynaecologist, menopause specialist and medico-legal expert Anne Henderson to talk NICE guidelines, duty of care, doctor/patient relationships, testosterone, osteoporosis and more. I hope you find it helpful.
“I am becoming increasingly concerned by the rapidly expanding menopause industry…. Sadly, desperate women will go to desperate measures to relieve their menopause symptoms and as is so often the case this presents an ideal opportunity for those seeking to exploit the situation.”
I joined Nana Akua at BBC 3 Counties to discuss menopause relationships and sex. The wonderful Sam Evans, Jane Lewis, Sophie Claus and Dr Nighat Arif all contributed to what I hope turned out to be a really interesting and informative discussion. You can listen here ⬇️ from 1.05!
I’m very excited to share the first episode of my new podcast with my co-presenter the lovely Sophie Claus – in this first episode we discuss how we met and our menopause experiences.
Great to see more employers putting menopause on their wellbeing agenda. I spent a lovely afternoon at a hospice in Surrey yesterday talking all things menopause with some of the wonderful women there.
BBC Breakfast have kicked off #BBCMenopause this morning, and I’m really hoping that the week will help to highlight the issues that many women face and provide some factual, evidence based information.As many of you know I have been asking BBC Breakfast to focus on menopause for some time, so I am delighted they will be featuring it all this week with members of my private FB group taking part.