Did you know we have a private members only support group ? You can access our fantastic resources in our Files section, ask questions on the group page and always receive a good response and interact with our kind and informative community.
More than 150,000 people have signed our #MakeMenopauseMatter petition, making it one of the top signed on on Change.Org, Thanks to all who have signed, and let’s keep it up – next target 200,000 signatories!
I was invited to address the first meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group of MPs about Menopause earlier this month. I was delighted to be invited to speak and took the privilege very seriously as I knew that I was speaking on behalf of so many.
Swansea East MP Carolyn Harris is launching an inquiry in Parliament, hoping to help GPs and individuals better recognise symptoms of the menopause.
Around half of women suffering worrying menopause symptoms say they had no option but to pay for private healthcare, according to our study shared with The Independent newspaper.
Carolyn Harris, MP for Swansea East, today pledged ‘a menopause revolution’ as she presented her Menopause Private Members Bill in the House of Commons – and announced the establishment of an All Party Parliamentary Group on the issue.
There are times when you feel so beaten down you couldn’t possibly challenge the doctor…. Diane Danzebrink speaking on Roberto Perrone’s show on BBC Three Counties Radio. The segment starts around 15 minutes into the show.
So proud of these women, Kate Duffy, her daughters and Fiona for going to Westminster yesterday to raise awareness of the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign while the debate led by MP Carolyn Harris was going on inside. It is vital that we all raise our voices and get involved in highlighting the aims of the campaign and Read more about Menopause back on the agenda in Westminster[…]
Today in Parliament menopause will be debated by cross party MPs for only the second time in history. The first debate was on the same day that I launched the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign in Westminster. You will be able to watch the debate on Parliament Live online from 4.50 today.
Earlier this week I submitted a 10 page report to this government call for evidence on the state of women’s health in England. My thanks to the fabulous Steph Marsh and Andrea Swan my colleagues at Menopause Support menopausesupport.co.uk for their help,