Menopause Clinic Manchester

Doctors with specialist menopause knowledge provide online consultations in, or near Aberdeen.

Why Choose an Online Menopause Clinic if you are based in, or near Aberdeen?

At NewWoman Health, you can make an appointment to be seen by a menopause specialist at a time and place that suits you wherever you are in the UK.

 

We provide a different approach to managing your menopause, treating your menopausal symptoms and advising you how to improve your longer-term health via a combination of medical and lifestyle interventions. Gain control of your symptoms by booking online appointments with experts at your own convenience.

 

NewWoman Health is on the British Menopause Society list of Online Menopause Clinics.

Expert
Doctors

All of our physicians have menopause expertise

Competitive
Prices

No additional charges for GP letters or prescriptions issued during a consultation

Online Times That Suit You

Easy online appointments at your convenience

Personalised Advice

Advice tailored to your medical history and lifestyle

Expert Doctors

All of our physicians have menopause expertise

Competitive Prices

No additional charges for GP letters or prescriptions issued during a consultation

Online Times That Suit You

Easy online appointments at your convenience

Personalised Advice

Advice tailored to your medical history and lifestyle

How the Online Consultation Process Works

Book your physician consultation online (£225)

Complete the pre-consultation questionnaires

During the consultation, the physician will review your medical history,

discuss options and agree a treatment plan

An electronic prescription is sent to the local or online pharmacy of your choice

The physician will send a letter to your GP and a copy to you

There are no additional costs for GP letters or for prescriptions issued during consultations.
In some cases, your physician may recommend blood tests – you may have these done at your local GP service or at a partner clinic. In some circumstances it may be possible for a kit to be sent to your home and for samples to be taken from a finger prick.

Menopause Manchester Online Clinic

8.4 million women are currently going through the menopause in the UK, and of these, 1.4 million are in employment and impacted by menopause

Aberdeen population – Aberdeen’s 2023 population is now estimated at 213,688.

 

Approximately 51% of the population are women, this means that a significant number of women will be experiencing perimenopausal or menopausal symptoms, leading to challenges affecting their work and life. Research shows that some will even lose or give up their jobs because of the impact of menopause on their work performance.

Our doctors and experts (life and work coaches, nutritionists, counsellors, and therapists) at NewWoman Health all have menopausal expertise and can provide you with the evidence-based information, treatment and/or support that can optimise your experience of both peri-menopause and menopause, and your overall quality of life as a result. Our physicians and experts provide services via our website so you can schedule on-line consultations around your convenience without needing to travel to a clinic.

Physician Consultation and Follow-up

8.4 million women are currently going through the menopause in the UK, and of these, 1.4 million are in employment and impacted by menopause

Aberdeen population – Aberdeen’s 2023 population is now estimated at 213,688.

 

Approximately 51% of the population are women, this means that a significant number of women will be experiencing perimenopausal or menopausal symptoms, leading to challenges affecting their work and life. Research shows that some will even lose or give up their jobs because of the impact of menopause on their work performance.

Our doctors and experts (life and work coaches, nutritionists, counsellors, and therapists) all have menopausal expertise and can provide you with the evidence-based information, treatment and/or support that can optimise your experience of both peri-menopause and menopause, and your overall quality of life as a result. Our physicians and experts provide services via our website so you can schedule on-line consultations around your convenience without needing to travel to a clinic.

Our Menopause Specialists Cover Aberdeen

Our team of experienced medical specialists have many years of experience treating and supporting women affected by peri-menopause and menopause. Their advice and expertise will come from the most up-to-date science-based sources and help you to make informed decisions for your menopause, both in the short and longer term. Our goal is to ensure that your quality of life, health, and wellbeing are maintained or improved. Our goal is to ensure that your quality of life, health, and wellbeing are maintained or improved.

Dr Nneka Nwokolo

Dr Nneka Nwokolo

Nneka has over 20 years’ experience as an NHS Consultant and is a member of the British Menopause Society, the European Menopause and Andropause Society and the International Menopause Society.

Dr Bojana Dragovic

Dr Bojana Dragovic

Bojana has 20 years experience as an NHS Consultant Physician and is a British Menopause Society accredited Menopause Specialist helping women through their menopause transition.

Dr Elizabeth Stephenson

Dr Elizabeth Stephenson

Dr Elizabeth Stephenson is a Consultant in the NHS specialising in women's health. She qualified with an MBChB in 2005 from Manchester University and went on to train in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Dr Neepa Thacker

Dr Neepa Thacker

Dr Neepa Thacker is a GP and member of the British Menopause Society (BMS) with a portfolio of experience in women's health, including running a menopause and PMS clinic at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital tertiary specialist service since 2013.

Dr Martina Toby

Dr Martina Toby

Dr Martina Toby is a dual trained GP and Consultant Physician with an Advanced Certificate in Menopause Care from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH).

Dr Eleni Armeni

Dr Eleni Armeni

Dr Eleni Armeni is a Consultant Endocrinologist with a specialist interest in reproductive Endocrinology. Her ongoing goal is to promote health and well-being in middle age and beyond.

Dr Annabel Pettit

Dr Annabel Pettit

Dr Annabel Pettit is a GP working in Parsons Green who has a special interest in women’s health and holds an advanced menopause practitioner certificate with the British Menopause Society.

Remziye Kunelaki

Remziye Kunelaki

Dr Remziye Kunelaki, PhD is a psychosexual therapist with 20 years of experience. She studied psychology in Turkey, specialising in sexual and relationship therapy in the UK.

How Can NewWoman Health Help?

The decisions you take around your menopause, including how you manage your symptoms and overall health, fitness and well-being, will determine how you optimise your life.

 

Before the menopause, women’s rates of heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis (thinning bones) and dementia are lower than men’s, but after menopause, as a consequence of declining estrogen levels, these conditions become more common, and occur as, or more, frequently than in men.


Falling estrogen levels around menopause also result in vasomotor symptoms (hot flushes and sweats), mood changes, changes in fat distribution, muscle decline and skin changes.

5 million Women

are currently untreated for menopause symptoms.

6.3 million women

are suffering from significant symptoms due to menopause.

Our Patients Say

“NewWoman’s website was so clear to navigate and I loved that I could read through the bio’s of the consultants, so I could choose the one that I felt suited my needs the most. I was able to arrange a consultation within days and felt so fortunate to be listened to by a trained menopause expert without the battles I hear so many other women going through. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this platform to all my female friends, it really is a breath of fresh air.”
AV – NewWoman Health Patient

“The physicians at NewWoman Health are very knowledgeable and caring. They took the time to answer all my questions fully. They also worked with me and the pharmacy to find an alternative medicine when there were HRT shortages. Thank you so much Nneka, Neepa and the rest of the team! I really appreciate your caring and person-centred approach to supporting women’s health as we go through this transition period in our lives.”
SK – NewWoman Health Patient

“I was very happy with my consultation. The doctor was very accessible, knowledgeable and thorough, and explained everything clearly. I would recommend NewWoman Health to my friends and family and would be happy to book another appointment.”
EB – NewWoman Health patient

“I was very satisfied with my consultation with the doctor I saw and would recommend NewWoman Health. Everything was clearly explained to me and I was made to feel relaxed and welcome. I’d be happy to make another appointment with NewWoman Health in the future.”
TW – NewWoman Health patient

“I was very satisfied with my consultation and I would recommend NewWoman Health to my friends and family. It was especially helpful to have an online consultation.”
CE – NewWoman Health patient

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) refers to the use of estrogen, progesterone, and sometimes testosterone to treat menopause symptoms. These hormones are naturally produced by the ovaries, but during the perimenopause, (early stages of menopause before periods stop), their levels start to fall, resulting in the symptoms that many women experience during the menopause transition, including irregular menstrual bleeding, hot flushes, difficulty with concentration and memory (”brain fog”) and changes in fat deposition and skin/hair changes.

Declining levels of estrogen are also associated with a range of medical conditions, including:

  • heart disease and strokes
  • osteoporosis (bone thinning)
  • muscle and joint degeneration
  • Alzheimer’s disease

The aim of HRT is to replace the estrogen that’s being lost; much the same as we do when we prescribe thyroxine for an underactive thyroid. Replacing the hormones that are no longer being produced relieves many of the symptoms of menopause and reduces the risk of the medical conditions mentioned earlier.

 

At NewWoman Health we have a commitment to educating, advising, treating and supporting women approaching, during, and following menopause. If you’re concerned about your menopause transition and/ or other menopause-related problems, including treatment options, we can support you with our personalised medical consultations with menopause specialists. Take the next step in ensuring your long-term health and quality of life by booking a consultation with us today.

Osteoporosis and the Menopause

Osteoporosis is a progressive, systemic (affecting the whole body) skeletal disease that affects bones, making them fragile and more likely to break (osteoporosis means “porous bone”).

 

Osteoporosis usually occurs in later life and affects both sexes, but women are at greater risk, particularly after the menopause, when levels of the hormone estrogen are no longer adequate to provide protection.

 
Research shows that osteoporosis may have a significant effect on quality of life. In a study by Opinion Health in 500 women over age 55 with postmenopausal osteoporosis:

  • 77% said osteoporosis had an impact on their life
  • 43% said it had an impact on day-to-day tasks, such as housework and gardening
  • 36% said their quality of life was adversely affected, and
  • 65% said they suffered pain to some degree

Estrogen is necessary for the maintenance of healthy bones, and as levels fall following menopause, normal bone remodelling is impaired, and many women experience a rapid fall in bone density.  You can read more about Osteoporosis and Fracture Risk on our dedicated resource page.

 

At NewWoman Health we have a commitment to educating, advising, treating and supporting women across the UK including Aberdeen approaching, during, and following menopause. If you live in or around Aberdeen and you are concerned about your menopause transition and/ or other menopause-related problems, including treatment options, we can support you with our personalised medical consultations with menopause specialists. Take the next step in ensuring your long-term health and quality of life by booking a consultation with us today.

Life-Style/Well-Being Services and Consultation Options

In addition to medical advice and treatment, we also offer a holistic and aspirational support system that includes life/work coaching, lifestyle and wellbeing advice, nutrition and weight management, skin health solutions, and women’s (pelvic) health physiotherapy, all provided by experienced professionals.

 

Select one or more of our services below to obtain expert advice and support today.

How NewWomanHealth Can Help

At NewWoman Health, we believe menopause should be – and can be – a time of opportunity. This is the case as long as women impacted by the menopause understand the effects of oestrogen loss on their bodies, which is how we want to help.

 

We offer a range of medical and lifestyle interventions to allow women to manage or minimise their menopause symptoms, as need be, and to improve their quality and potential longevity of life in an aspirational and uplifting way. We do this through a range of different lifestyle and wellbeing interventions, including: 

  • Medical consultations
  • Fitness and wellbeing advice
  • Work and life coaching
  • Counselling
  • Advice on skin health
  • Advice on nutrition
  • Weight management support

Watch these short videos outlining why it’s important to understand and manage your transition through menopause, as well as how to optimise your health before and during this time.

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Book a Consultation and Optimise Your Life

If you are ready to take the next step forward in learning about the menopause and seeking the support or treatments that you feel will improve your experience and overall quality of life, book an appointment and consultation with one of our team today. Our doctors and experts are ready and waiting to support you. Their advice, information, and guidance will help you to make the most informed decisions about your own health and wellbeing for your life in Aberdeen so you can make changes in the present that will change your menopause experience in the future. NewWoman Health covers the following cities and towns across Aberdeen including Ballater, Fraserburgh, Portsoy, Braemar, Crovie, Pennan, Collieston, Craigellachie, Fettercairn.

You are not alone. As a local example, in Manchester over 46% of council employees are female and over 40 years old. In a CIPD survey (2019) over 30% of women said they were unable to work because of menopausal symptoms.

Only 25% said they could tell their manager the real reason for their absence. The Council account for nearly 7% of all employment in Manchester. They implemented a new Menopause policy in March 2022. CIPD survey | Manchester Council Menopause Policy | CIPD Manchester

It's a busy life. You can book an online day and time to suit you.

We are online, so it’s very convenient to book a time to fit into our busy schedule. You don’t need to travel into Manchester to get expert help.

You can book any of the following consultations (click to read more):

Having a private online consultation means you get treatment and support at very competitive prices.

There are no additional charges for GP letters or prescriptions. You pay for expert advice for peri-menopause or menopause and receive that help from a specialist with years of experience. To see all our prices, please check our prices page.

Expert Menopause Doctors helping women in Manchester and Greater Manchester

Our team of menopause specialists have extensive experience treating and supporting women impacted by the peri-menopause and menopause. Their advice and expertise will support you to make informed decisions for your menopause and overall quality of life and well-being. Simply select your preferred menopause specialist by going to our menopause specialists page and arrange a consultation today.