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This website is intended for a UK audience only.

Am I menopausal?

Explore the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause and understand what happens at each stage of the journey.

A is for...
B is for...
Brain fog
C is for...
Change in taste
D is for...
E is for...
Excessive sweating
F is for...
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How do I start talking about menopause?

Around 13 million people are currently menopausal in the UK.
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How do I start talking to my GP?

You’ve booked the appointment, here’s how to get the most out of it.

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Managing your menopause

Things you can do to help manage symptoms and improve your wellbeing.

Race and menopause

Understanding how your race and ethnicity can impact how you experience the menopause.

Add your voice to the Language​ of Menopause vocabulary.

Loss of libido


by Fatima, 46, from Slough

Talking to my plants, doing my taxes, taking a good book to bed. I’ll do anything but have sex right now.

Joint pain


by Clare, 48, Chelmsford

When you’re walking around the house
and you realise the creaking sound you can hear is your knees, not the floorboards.

Nowadays, when my heart starts racing, it’s not necessarily because I’m having romantic thoughts….



by Clare, 48, Chelmsford

I don’t want to look like a bodybuilder, but I do want to maintain my muscle strength so that I can feel and look well in my later years.

muscle mass


by Paula, 53, Newquay

This website uses fictional characters to describe real symptoms of the menopause.

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Useful information

Find out more with these expert resources on every aspect of perimenopause and menopause.

Discover the many
symptoms of menopause

Do you feel more confident talking about menopause symptoms having visited this website?