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Time to celebrate World Menopause Month &
World Menopause Day 18th October 2020!

If you know someone is struggling through the menopause, show you care by treating them to back issues of The Menopause Exchange quarterly newsletters.


Don't let the menopause leave you hot and bothered!

We hope you and your family are safe and well. During this unusual time, most things are on pause, but the menopause and its associated experiences will carry on regardless at the same pace. In some cases, additional stress can make symptoms worse.

We are still regularly sending out our newsletters digitally, and in order to receive them, simply fill out our quick sign up form.

Together we will get through this, and we at The Menopause Exchange are here to support you.

The Menopause Exchange gives independent advice about the menopause, midlife and post-menopausal health. We send out a free quarterly newsletter with useful impartial help and support. The latest issue (85) of The Menopause Exchange newsletter is now available.

We provide information on menopausal symptoms and coping with the menopause using HRT, prescribed medicine alternatives to HRT, complementary therapies and medicines and health promotion advice including nutrition, exercise and self-help lifestyle tips.

Our experts have a wealth of knowledge and experience and we are always happy to help.

What our members say about us

“Thank you for all your menopause newsletters. I have found them very helpful and interesting and I have no hesitation in recommending your work to other women at the menopause stage of life.”
- AS, Surrey

“I find The Menopause Exchange newsletters factual and invaluable and I look forward to receiving them.”
- BZ, Leeds

“Many thanks for e-mailing me The Menopause Exchange quarterly newsletters. I particularly like the interesting information on alternative and complementary therapies.”
- PM, London

“I love this newsletter. It keeps me sane and my partner too!”
- JB, Gloucestershire

“I find The Menopause Exchange to be so helpful and a lifeline. Some days I feel I am going crazy. Coping with a difficult menopause can feel quite lonely, but your newsletter makes me feel less isolated, so I would like to thank you for it. Don’t omit anything because it is so good.”
- JL, Sussex

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‘We must break the menopause taboo’

  • Our aims are:

    • To raise awareness of the menopause and its management
    • To provide impartial information
    • To help women make informed decisions about their own health and wellbeing with healthcare professionals
    • To inform healthcare professionals and those responsible for employee health.
  • We can help you if:

    • You are approaching or going through the menopause
    • You have had a hysterectomy or premature menopause
    • You are post-menopausal
    • You are interested in midlife issues
    • You are a healthcare professional with an interest in the menopause
    • You are a manager or employer and need to understand how the menopause can affect your team’s health and work.
  • Understanding the Menopause

    Our founder, Norma Goldman, who qualified as a pharmacist and is a health promotion specialist, regularly presents webinars, talks and workshops on all aspects of the menopause. Norma also shares ways to cope with issues around mid-life and post-menopausal health.

    Sessions include a question time and a useful fact sheet is provided. For more information see our webinars, talks and workshops page.

    Call 020 8420 7245 or email us to enquire about availability.

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