Diane Danzebrink was interviewed by BBC Radio Coventry on Monday as part of a phone-in on menopause, where a woman said she “could have knifed” her husband at one point during the worst of her symptoms . The husband described not knowing what he would face when returning home from work.
In this weeks episode of “MENOPAUSE: The Good, The Bad & The Downright Sweaty” Sophie and I discuss all the media around menopause over the last week and why it is just common sense to educate all our health care professionals with a basic working knowledge of menopause management. Listen to it here.
This week campaign founder Di Danzebrink been talking to lots of regional radio stations around the country about menopause.
Campaign founder Diane Danzebrink was on the TV sofa again when she appeared with leading obstetrician and gynaecologist Anne Henderson on ITV’s This Morning hosted by Eamonn Holmes.
Campaign founder Diane Danzebrink has congratulated film-maker Sindha Agha, who who helped to share her experience of surgical menopause for the BBC Three series Body Language and has been nominated for an Emmy award.
On the 14th of September Di Danzebrink will be in Cheltenham to talk all things menopause alongside friends & fellow campaigners Dr Louise Newson and Jane Lewis.
Recently I sat down with Dr Louise Newson to talk about why I am so passionate about ensuring better menopause care and support for all women and how my own experience led me to research just how many women are being failed. You can listen to our podcast.
Vaginal and urinary symptoms of menopause can be physically and psychologically debilitating. Find out more on my vlog with Jane Lewis, where we talk all things vulva and vagina and what you can do to help.
Di has been back in Westminster speaking to Rachel MacLean MP and Paula Sherriff MP.Rachel has been instrumental in helping us to get menopause included in the new RSE curriculum. And Paula is a passionate womens health advocate who chairs the womens health APPG in Westminster.
Such a positive day yesterday talking all things menopause to 40 women in Dunstable. Clearly, listening to some of the experiences of the women there is still so much work to do to ensure that all GPs are taught about menopause and all women have factual, up to date information before menopause comes along.