Menopause symptoms


Managing menopause symptoms can be very challenging. There are over 34 menopause symptoms and our library gives you an introduction to some of the most common.

Find out below everything you need to know about menopause and sweating, brain fog, panic attacks, aches and pains, anxiety, skin changes, headaches, sleep issues, hot flushes, heart palpitations, itchiness, urinary tract infections, prolapse, restless legs, weight gain, depression, fatigue, vaginal discomfort and urinary incontinence.


Read on to find out more about what each menopause symptom means, how likely it is during menopause, what the signs are, why it happens and how to manage it, plus the latest scientific research.

Speak to your GP – they may advise further tests including a blood pressure check or blood tests for cholesterol and blood sugar. DISCOVER MORE


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