Meno Martha’s Look for A Pattern Snapshot can be a place to start if you are searching for information about how to look for a pattern with menopause symptoms of what’s-what-when. Read more

During perimenopause, or before menopause, apart from mood changes such as anxiety, the menopause blues and mood swings, we may also experience changes in our PMS (premenstrual syndrome). Read more

Menopause FAQs: Menopause and the Workplace is some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about menopause, women and their workplace. Read more

Jean Hailes October 2018 What’s Hot is the (Australian) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health free monthly health article published with the permission of the Jean Hailes for Women’s Health (JH). Read more

Health Topics

“The first sign of the menopause
is usually a change in
the normal pattern of your periods”. Read more

“Blood tests won’t tell you when your final period is going to happen and won’t help you manage your perimenopause, or what follows”. Read more

“There are many menopause symptoms that may impact on a woman’s relationships, especially the one with her intimate partner”. Read more

“People sometimes wait to see a dermatologist until their rosacea becomes unbearable. Dermatologists encourage you to make an appointment long before this happens”. Read more

“Menopause-related hot flashes usually follow a consistent pattern unique to each woman, but the pattern differs greatly from woman to woman”. Read more

“Many women gain weight during the menopause transition, although neither menopause nor menopause treatments have been shown to be responsible”. Read more

“The menopausal transition, sometimes called perimenopause, begins several years before a woman’s last period. During this time, women may experience…”. Read more

“Make a list of what you eat for a few days. You may discover a connection between certain foods and your bouts of incontinence”. Read more

“Restless legs syndrome (RLS), also called Willis-Ekbom Disease, causes unpleasant or uncomfortable sensations in the legs and an irresistible urge to move them”. Read more

“Keeping detailed records of headache episodes can help provide additional insight about triggers and how to avoid them”. Read more