Useful Resources

Understanding Menopause (Booklet)

Welcome to the Menopause Support guide to
understanding menopause.
Menopause will directly affect approximately half
the world’s population. If that includes you, this booklet is to help you understand
more about it and to enable you to make informed
choices about how you manage your menopause.
Menopause can indirectly affect the other half of
the population too: partners, family, friends and
colleagues. We hope that the information here
will also be helpful for those supporting somebody
experiencing menopause.

Click here to read Understanding Menopause Booklet

Rock My Menopause (Website)

Rock My Menopause is the public-facing campaign of the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum (PCWHF), a group of 10,000 healthcare professionals with a special interest in women’s health.

Their aim is to equip people with the expert menopause information and support they need to become more menopause aware.

Go to Rock My Menopause website 

Balance Menopause (Website and App)

Balance are on a mission to make support with the menopause inclusive and accessible to all women, and trans and non-binary people.

Balance provide unbiased and factual information, based on the latest evidence available, to help you make a choice that’s right for you on the website and app.

Go to balance Website

the free Balance app allows you to track your symptoms, access personalised expert content, download a Health Report©, share stories in the community and lots more.

Read more about the app here

Women's Health Concern (Website)

Women's Health Concern (WHC) established in 1972 and the patient arm of the BMS since 2012. WHC provides a confidential, independent service to advise, inform and reassure women about their gynaecological, sexual and post reproductive health.

Go to Women's Health Concern website

Menopause Matters (Website) is an award winning, independent website providing up-to-date, accurate information about the menopause, menopausal symptoms and treatment options. Here you will find information on what happens leading up to, during and after the menopause, what the consequences can be, what you can do to help and what treatments are available.

Go to Menopause Matters website

Menopause Matters Questionnaire (Website)

The Greene Scale provides a brief measure of menopause symptoms.
It can be used to assess changes in different symptoms, before and after menopause treatment.
Three main areas are measured:

1. Psychological.
2. Physical.
3. Vasomotor.

Go to the Menopause Matters website

Wellspring Health (Website)

Wellspring Health outlines the benefits risks treatments and follow-up of using HRT.

Go to wellspring+ website 

NICE Menopause Guidelines - Information for the public (Website)

NICE guidelines provide advice on the care and support that should be offered to people who use health and care services.

This information explains the advice about menopause that is set out in NICE guideline NG23.

Go to NICE Menopause Website

NHS Menopause: Things you can do (website)

Lifestyle changes to help menopause and perimenopause such as eating exercising and looking after your mental wellbeing. 

Go to the NHS website 

The Daisy Network (Website)

Daisy Network is a dedicated to providing information and support to women diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Insufficiency, also known as Premature Menopause. 

Go to Daisy Network website