1. What is the Difference between Estradot and Evorel patches?

    What is the Difference between Estradot and Evorel patches?

    Even though all women know they will eventually go through the menopause, that doesn’t mean they’re ready for the symptoms that come with it. These symptoms can sometimes be very distressing and cause major disruptions to daily life.

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  2. Six Ways to Prepare for Menopause

    Six Ways to Prepare for Menopause

    Eventually all women will go through the change of life, also known as menopause. While it is different for everyone, sometimes the side effects of the menopause can cause disruptions to your daily life. Luckily, there are ways to help prepare yourself and reduce any uncomfortable symptoms.

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  3. Treating Androgenic Hair Loss in Women

    Treating Androgenic Hair Loss in Women

    It isn’t as well publicised as its male counterpart, but female pattern baldness is more common than you may think. In fact, female pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, can affect up to two thirds of post-menopausal women.

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  4. HRT as a Hair Loss Treatment: Benefits and Risks

    HRT as a Hair Loss Treatment: Benefits and Risks

    The menopause is well known for causing women to experience mood fluctuations and hot flashes, but did you know it can also cause hair loss? The decreased levels of hormones caused by the menopause may thin the hair on your head as well as cause hair to sprout in places you don’t want it.

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  5. 3 Ways to Fight Memory Loss During Menopause

    3 Ways to Fight Memory Loss During Menopause

    Are you going through menopause and finding yourself becoming more forgetful? One of the most challenging symptoms of menopause is something many people call “brain fog.” Brain fog can manifest as trouble with concentrating, forgetting why you walked into a room, or forgetting the names of people you just met.

     

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  6. Premenopause, Perimenopause and Menopause:  How they Differ and More?

    Premenopause, Perimenopause and Menopause: How they Differ and More?

    You may be familiar with the term Menopause but do you know what premenopause is?  How about perimenopause? These terms all describe gradual changes in the female reproduction cycle when a woman’s reproductive years come to an end.

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  7. Side Effects of HRT. Which Are the Worst?

    Side Effects of HRT. Which Are the Worst?

    The menopause is a natural part of aging for women and occurs when their oestrogen levels begin to decline, and they stop having their periods. The average age in the UK for the menopause is 51.

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  8. Top Tips for Managing Menopause Symptoms after HRT?

    Top Tips for Managing Menopause Symptoms after HRT?

    Menopause is a natural part of ageing for women that usually occurs between the ages of 45 and 55 years of age. All women experience a change of life where they stop having periods and are no longer able to become pregnant.
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  9. Can Too Much Estrogen Cause Migraines?

    Can Too Much Estrogen Cause Migraines?

    Estrogen is one of the two main female sex hormones. It is responsible for the development of secondary sex characters in females and also plays a major role in reproduction and regulation of menstrual cycle.

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  10. Does HRT cause hair loss?

    Does HRT cause hair loss?

    The menopause is a time of great change for women and has some unpleasant side effects including night sweats, mood swings, panic attacks, anxiety and a change in skin elasticity and tone.  Many women also notice a distinct difference in the condition and quality of their hair.

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