Seeing women through the changes of menopause
For all women, menopause is a deeply personal experience –
not just a medical condition1
As many as 75% of menopausal women experience hot flushes, which can also lead to sleeplessness and insomnia. In some women, these symptoms can be severe.2
Unfortunately, even when women suffer from persistent and bothersome menopausal symptoms, many fail to seek proper treatment – mostly due to fears and certain misconceptions.3
Symptoms of menopause can vary greatly in duration, severity, and the impact it has on women’s lives1
Through her menopause, Resi experienced numerous symptoms from hair loss and hot flushes, to significant memory loss, and vaginal dryness that impacted her sex life. After seeking help from her healthcare professional, she now has more confidence than ever before.
“I’ve reclaimed my personality and recovered my confidence – I’m back to the real me”
With a therapeutic portfolio that helps women like Resi through menopause, we continue our commitment to helping women thrive through every stage.
References: 1. Women’s Health Concern. Menopause Factsheet. Available at https://www.womens-health-concern.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/WHC-FACTSHEET-Menopause.pdf (accessed October 2018). 2. IM Society. Menopause Factsheet. Available at http://www.imsociety.org/downloads/world_menopause_day_2011/wmd_general_menopause_backgrounder.pdf (accessed October 2018). 3. Constantine G, et al. Post Reprod Health. 2016; 22(3); 112–122.