Standardise and update protocols

I also strongly believe that women in surgical menopause require standardised and updated protocols across the board to improve their quality of life.

Currently, the lack of awareness of the implications of surgical menopause puts the burden of education on the women themselves, and they are often unaware of this until after thefact. 

Outdated knowledge around treatment, lack of communication between medical providers, misconception about the risks of hormone deficiency on health and absence of follow-up care are not uncommon. All of which can be improved with standardised and updated knowledge on surgical menopause.”

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Equity in access, consistency and standardisation for all women to receive the care they require, anywhere, at any time

by MichelleB on March 05, 2023 at 07:21AM

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  • Posted by keszent March 05, 2023 at 08:04

    As someone who had a surgical menopause at 42 I know all too well how little the medical profession understands its effects on the body. Through my journey I had to seek my own answers through trial and error.

    I fully support this iniative.
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