Let’s talk Menopause
We offer a caring community and conversation about the menopause. Feeling fed up and fobbed off? Talk to us.
Our appointments with Menopause mentors are an opportunity to discuss any and all things about your peri/menopause journey with someone who knows how it is. We can support you to take a positive approach to the changes in your life. These appointments are available to book from December 2021.
Our health tracking and self-care app will help you to monitor your menopause symptoms and make informed choices about positive change. The app will be available to download from early 2022.
What people are saying
Don’t just take our word for it. We’ve helped many women just like you access the support they need.
"Thank you for the personal experience and connection shared in coming up with the idea. There is clear potential for there to be a big social impact by tackling this important issue".
"It’s just so good to have someone who understands what I’m going through because they’ve been there. Talking to you somehow always makes me feel better".
Menopause Tracking App
Our app prototype will be designed by the end of October 2021 and we will debut it here and invite your thoughts!
We hope to build the fully functioning app by early 2022
Some of our recent posts
We try to reach as many people as we can. This means we’re always publishing new content for you to check out.
Engineers in Business
One of the prizes I was most surprised to win at Ingenuity Impact 2021 was the Engineers prize. To be honest I didn’t even think I was in the running as I hadn’t through of myself as an engineer.
2021 Ingenuity Impact Awards
2020 was a challenge for everyone. I suffered the pandemic, a redundancy and the menopause on full blast. Time to change – I didn’t have much choice. And I came out a winner!
The Story So Far
I started going through the Menopause about 5 years ago and found myself feeling lost and just not myself. I floundered around for 5 years bouncing back and forward from the GP with no answers (but lots of tablets!). Fed up and fobbed off. What saved me was 2 key things – 1) my friends who had been where I was and knew how I felt and could offer advice and 2) tracking my symptoms and the impacts of the various things I tried like medication and changes to exercise and diet.