A shortage of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) patches used to treat menopausal symptoms is causing difficulties for thousands of women in the UK, medical experts have said.
With sweat slowly trickling down your neck and a migraine throbbing behind your eyes, it can be hard to force a smile, let alone laugh.
When hot flushes meet summer heat: Wellbeing expert shares her top tips for tackling the menopause when the mercury rises
Dealing with sticky temperatures on a hot summer’s day can be challenging enough, but if you’re going through the menopause, the added irritation of hot flushes can make the weather unbearable.
Mandy Rhodes: Trans rights will not be won through the back door but only through open, thoughtful debate
Last week the STUC passed a motion about the impact of the menopause in the workplace on the premise that “women and trans men now make up almost half the workforce” and many of them are aged over 50.
Women at work demand action to make bosses more aware of the menopause, potential impact and possible support
THOUSANDS of Scots women will be asked their experience of the menopause as pressure builds for greater support from their bosses and awareness in the workplace.
Mandy Rhodes: Ministers must realise there is no better way to champion women than menopause awareness
IT'S not often my professional life as a political journalist collides with my personal life as a menopausal woman but Brexit, like a panacea for every crisis, has provided that bridge.
THE Scottish Health Secretary has been urged to expand menopause clinics across the country.
JUST over a year ago, Rachel Weiss opened her first menopause cafe.
Columnist Mandy Rhodes delivers a personal, passionate call for greater awareness of the menopause and what can be done to ease impact
ONE of my funnier moments in life was going to a menopause support group – a bit like an AA for women of a certain age – where one woman confessed she had no menopausal symptoms but was there to make friends.
IT'S a process half of us will go through and yet it’s rarely talked about.