Our Menopause/Perimenopause Consultation service offers personalised care and support to manage menopausal symptoms. Our trained GPs create a tailored care plan based on your needs, with optional remote or in-person consultations and follow-up appointments.
Our Menopause/Perimenopause Consultation service provides personalised care and support to manage menopause symptoms. A 40-minute consultation with a trained GP is offered to create a personalised care plan based on your unique needs. Additional tests or medication may be recommended, and referrals to other specialists can be made as required.
After your initial consultation, we understand you may have ongoing concerns or questions about your symptoms and there will be a need to review any treatment that has been prescribed. That's why we offer two 20-minute follow-up appointments that can be scheduled up to a year after your initial consultation. Our goal is to provide you with ongoing care and support as you navigate through the menopause phase of life.
An optional blood test is available for an additional charge, the test includes the following biomarkers:
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There is no registration as such, just book an Extended GP Consultation and bring photo ID with you to your first appointment.
Menopause is when a woman’s periods stop for two years, and a woman can no longer get pregnant naturally. It usually occurs between the ages of 45-55 but can occur earlier due to premature ovarian insufficiency or other reasons, such as the woman having undergone a hysterectomy.
Perimenopause is the phase of a woman’s life which occurs several years before the menopause. This usually occurs from the late 30s onwards, but in some women, even before this, if there is premature ovarian failure. Certain symptoms, such as mood changes, can happen during this time as the hormonal change is taking place.
You may experience a whole range of different symptoms, which typically include mood changes such as anxiety or depression, hot flushes, sleep disturbance, brain fog, muscular aches and pains, joint pain, poor libido, vaginal dryness and fatigue.
You may notice changes in your menstrual cycle which can either mean your periods get heavy or lighter. You may experience symptoms similar to the menopausal symptoms above but they would tend to be milder.
HRT can help reduce or eliminate most or all menopausal symptoms. It is also known to reduce your risk of osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. Evidence shows it can reduce your risk of dementia, bowel cancer, type 2 diabetes, osteoarthritis and depression.
Along with the benefits of HRT, there are some risks, so it is important that you do have a consultation with one of our Wells doctors to make sure you are a candidate for HRT and that it would be safe for you to take.
The Menopause Consultation plan includes two 20-minute follow-up appointments, which can be booked up to a year after your initial consultation. After your initial consultation you will receive an email prompting you to book your next appointment online.
You may be referred to a women's health physiotherapist, therapist, counsellor, or gynaecologist, depending on your needs.
Our clinic is in a former stately home within 25 acres of countryside, gardens and woodland, with sweeping views of the South Downs. This tranquil setting is away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. We are in an easily accessible ground-floor suite with free parking outside.
The Wells Clinic, Robert Denholm House,
Bletchingley Road, Nutfield, Surrey, RH1 4HW
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