Menopause Management

Menopause Management at Fulwood Hall Hospital

What is menopause?

The menopause happens when a woman’s body stops having periods due to a natural decline of oestrogen levels. The average age for a woman to hit the menopause in the UK is around 50, but it’s not uncommon for it to take place anywhere between 45 and 55.

Many of our gynaecology consultants offer effective advice and treatments for women with menopause symptoms.

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