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Menopause and relationships – a guide for partners Booklet

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The menopause happens to over 50% of the population and various symptoms can affect all aspects of an individual’s life.

Relationships in particular can be put under immense strain during this time and can be made more difficult by the fact that many couples don’t openly discuss the menopause.

The menopause can be a challenging time for any couple – it doesn’t have to be.

This guide has been specially created for partners to help you through your loved one’s menopause. It covers what you need to know from what the menopause actually is and common symptoms, through to practical advice and tips on how you can give much-needed support during this time.

Preparation is key, and this guide will give you the knowledge to support each other through this time, towards a new chapter in your lives.

Menopause and relationships – a guide for partners Booklet
Dr Louise Newson

Written by
Dr Louise Newson

Dr Louise Newson is a GP and pioneering Menopause Specialist who is passionate about increasing awareness and knowledge of the perimenopause and menopause, and campaigns for better menopause care for all people.

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