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FAQ with Menopause Specialist, Dr Sam Morgan 

Transgender Health and Menopause

Supporting  Menopausal  Women​

By providing understanding, emotional, and practical support, friends, family, and partners can play a crucial role in helping women navigate the challenges of menopause more comfortably and confidently.

Educate Yourself

Learn about menopause, its symptoms, and its impact. This knowledge can foster empathy and patience, helping supporters respond more sensitively to the needs of menopausal women.​


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Open Communication

Encourage open dialogue. Let the menopausal woman in your life know you're there to listen without judgment, providing an outlet for her to express how she's feeling.​

Emotional Support

Be empathetic and understanding. Menopause can be a rollercoaster of emotions; offering a shoulder to lean on can be immensely comforting.​


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Practical Assistance

Help create a comfortable environment. This could mean keeping the home cooler, being flexible with plans if she's feeling unwell, or helping to research and implement lifestyle changes that alleviate symptoms.​

Be aware and understanding of genitourinary symptoms and their impact on libido. This can have an impact on relationships. For exemple, consider buying lubricants.

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Encourage Medical Consultation

Support her in seeking professional health advice for symptom management. Accompanying her to appointments can provide additional support and assurance.​


Promote Healthy Lifestyle Choices

Engage in healthy activities together, such as preparing nutritious meals, exercising, or practicing relaxation techniques.​


Acknowledge the Transition

Recognize that menopause is a significant life change. Acknowledging it as a natural and normal part of aging can help reduce any stigma or embarrassment she may feel.

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FAQ with Menopause Specialist, Dr Sam Morgan 

Transgender Health and Menopause

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