• How Your Doctor Can Help When You Enter Menopause

    Menopause is characterised by hormonal changes and the end of periods for women. It's typical for women to enter menopause in their fifties, but some women will reach this stage of their lives in their forties. Becoming menopausal can bring mixed feelings, and you may find you're happy to say goodbye to your menstrual bleeding but sad that your childbearing days are at an end. Hormonal changes, such as reduced oestrogen and progesterone levels, can also cause you to experience some unpleasant symptoms, such as weight gain, hot flashes and low mood. [Read More]

  • Ways to Reduce Your Risk of a Urinary Tract Infection

    As one of the most common women's illnesses, a urinary tract infection can soon bring your everyday activities to a halt. UTIs can range in severity, and at their worst, they can spread to your kidneys and cause damage. If you suffer from UTIs, here are some ways you can reduce your risk of developing one again. Avoid Using Soap Your genitals rely on a delicate balance of good bacteria and hygiene to stay healthy. [Read More]