Our 24-week Menopause+ programme creates a 360-degree plan that is individually tailored to
support the optimal well-being by reducing symptoms; hot flushes, mood changes, mature acne, night
sweats, sleep disturbances, anxiety, low libido, vaginal dryness, cognitive changes, incontinence, joint pain and urinary symptoms of women on their transformative journey through menopause. Read More >
This programme goes beyond conventional approaches, synergising the expertise of a
multidisciplinary team of medical professionals to strengthen the body’s physiological systems during
menopause including bone health fortification, cardiovascular health, dermatological care, hormonal
equilibrium, refined nutritional guidance, emotional cultivation, and graceful physical well-being.
According to The Journal of The North American Menopause Society:
Adopting a healthy lifestyle, including regular physical activity, healthy diet, and stress management, can help reduce the severity of menopause symptoms in about 60% of women.
The Menopause+ Programme Includes
A tailor-made Menopause+ programme with an initial 90-minute consultation
12 Bi-weekly virtual 15-minute consultations with your Menopause+ Specialist
Blood, urine and hormonal tests to identify 69 biomarkers
Body composition analysis and interpretations of 22 key data points
A comprehensive lab review performed by a General Practitioner
A virtual 30-minute consultation with a Dietitian
A virtual 30-minute consultation with a Personal Trainer
A menopause+ assessment report to facilitate future decisions
A Menopause+ Specialist will accompany you individually through your journey with weekly
consultations to monitor your progress, adapt the program for tailored results, and work with you on
aspects such as programme adherence, behavioral modification to re-establish habit loops, and
making programme adaptations to achieve your desired goals.
Our Menopause+ Team is trained to help you navigate the realm of menopause-related challenges
and symptoms, addressing hormonal nuances, fortifying bone and cardiovascular health, enhancing
sexual health, rectifying deficiencies, and orchestrating key biomarker improvements.
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What is perimenopause and menopause, and how do they differ?
Perimenopause is the transition phase leading up to menopause, characterised by hormonal
changes while menstrual cycles haven’t ceased yet. This ends one year after the final menstrual
period. Menopause is a natural life stage marking the end of menstrual cycles and fertility. It’s a
result of hormonal changes, typically occurring around age 45 to 55.
Is menopause a single event or part of a broader life process?
Menopause is best viewed as a part of a continuum of life stages. A woman’s health entering
perimenopause is influenced by her past health, reproductive history, lifestyle, and environment.
What is the Menopause+ Programme and how does it work?
The Menopause+ Programme is a holistic approach to navigate menopause. It provides expert
guidance and resources to help you manage weight gain, sexual and mental health, bone and
cardiovascular health, emotional and physical well-being, mature acne, changes in metabolism,
and to embrace this transition entirely.
What are the symptoms of menopause?
Menopause symptoms include hot flushes, mood changes, mature acne, night sweats, sleep
disturbances, anxiety, low libido, vaginal dryness, cognitive changes, incontinence, joint pain and
What role does nutrition play in managing menopausal symptoms?
Nutrition holds the power to impact menopausal symptoms positively. A balanced diet with whole
foods eases menopause-associated symptoms. Nutrients like calcium and vitamin D support
bone health. Decreasing caffeine and processed foods can help too.
What is Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) and is it right for me?
HRT involves replacing declining hormones as diagnosed by you gynaecologist. It can help
manage symptoms, but suitability depends on individual health and preferences.
What are the durations of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)?
This can vary widely and depends on individual factors, such as the reason for starting HRT, the
type of HRT being use, and the specific heart health needs of the person. It is important to have
regular consultations with your healthcare provider to guide you on the appropriate duration of
HRT based on your individual circumstances.
What impact does menopause have on bone health and how can I protect my bones?
Menopause increases osteoporosis and fracture risk due to loss of bone density. It also results in
weakening of the pelvic support structures, increasing the risk of pelvic organ prolapse. Regular
weight-bearing exercise, calcium, and vitamin D intake support bone health.
Can I still get pregnant during perimenopause and menopause?
Pregnancy is possible during perimenopause, but the likelihood decreases. Birth control may be
needed if pregnancy isn’t desired. After menopause, a woman cannot become pregnant, except
in rare cases when specialised fertility treatments are used that involve the use of donor eggs or a
previously frozen embryo.
Can menopause be induced by surgery or medical treatments?
Yes, menopause can be induced through surgical removal of both ovaries or medical
interventions like radiation therapy or chemotherapy.
What are the long-term health implications of menopause?
Menopause affects bone, cardiovascular and urinary health, cognition, and overall well-being.
Prioritising health habits can mitigate potential risks.
Is this programme suitable for women in different stages of menopause?
Yes, the Menopause+ Programme is designed to cater to women in various stages, offering
guidance and support tailored to individual needs.
How does the platform work? How can I book a consultation?
You can use our booking feature to schedule a consultation with one of our Menopause+
Specialists, available for both same-day and next-day appointments, according to their calendar
availability. Your consultation will include a comprehensive completion of the Menopause+
Questionnaire to ensure thorough assessment.
What is the cancellation policy?
Refunds will not be issued for cancellations or non-attendance. Consultations will conclude
punctually at the end-time of your appointment. Should you arrive late, there will be less time
during the consultation.
How do I access the benefits of the Menopause+ Programme?
To access the benefits of the Menopause+ Programme, you can book a consultation with a
Menopause+ Specialist. During your consultation, the Menopause+ Specialist will assess your
individual needs and create a tailored programme for you.
“By using GlobMed, clients can have peace of mind that their case is dealt with personally. Our end-to-end support during your healthcare journey is a priority for us and comes at zero additional cost to the client.”