Advocate for better women’s health through education.
I’ve always had a passion for women’s health issues and spurred on by my own experiences with symptoms of menopause following a hysterectomy at 42, I’ve spent the last 6 years advocating for better women’s health during menopause and beyond through education.
After many years in the National Health Service in an advocacy managerial role I decided upon a career change and qualified as an Electrologist and Facialist (both practicing and training).
After studying Anatomy and Physiology as a mature student and following extensive and ongoing research into menopause, talking to countless experts in the field and conducting informal interviews with women between the age of 40 and 59, MHM was launched.
I am not a medical professional and this website is not intended as medical advice but as a source of information about what options are available to you. MHM’s Medical Adviser is Dr Karen Morton, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and Founder of The Medical Helpline. Dr Morton offers a question and answer service which can be accessed from the homepage of this site. MHM’s Resident Nutritionist is Charlotte Debeugney. From time to time MHM has contributors to the site who are specialists within their fields and add medical/clinical knowledge to the issues raised. The MHM website is certified by the Health On The Net Foundation.
Please consult with your healthcare professional before starting any treatment for menopausal symptoms.
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I hope you find this website helpful and that you will return often.
Editor, Menopause Health Matters
P.g.Dip. Women’s Health Studies, Counselling Dip., Anatomy & Physiology Cert.
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