Menopause Consultation Service in Winchester

REMEDI HEALTH now offer an accessible, private and confidential consultation service for clients looking for support with perimenopause and the menopause.

Book a consultation with our specialist pharmacist at the clinic to see how we can help you. One hour to talk to someone who really understands and will tailor the approach to you.

 Your consultation

Book a Menopause Consultation in Winchester

Your private consultation is undertaken by a trained and experienced clinician who specialises in the menopause. Your first one-hour appointment will cover your current physical and mental health status supported by a pre-appointment questionnaire. 

The fee for this first consultation is £175.00 payable on booking your appointment. Follow-up appointments are £100, lasting 30 minutes. Any agreed blood tests, prescriptions and follow-up appointments are charged as required.

We may also suggest blood tests to establish a range of hormone and other markers of your health. The need for any tests will be explained and agreed with you with your results interpreted and discussed in full during a follow-up consultation. These can be done in the clinic at your appointment by our trained clinician.

Our specialist practitioner, Sally Arnsion, is currently available between 10:00 and 14:00 on Fridays.

Please select a date and time from the calendar for the consultation and enter your details as required.

 

Initial Menopause Consultation

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Safe, private clinic

Keeping you and others safe is our priority. Please let us know if you have any ill-health symptoms. Please wear a mask when you come in or we can provide you with one.

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Trained clinician

Your consultation is undertaken by an experienced and specialist pharmacist who is able to prescribe treatment. We may need to undertake some blood tests to establish a range of hormone and other markers of your health. Your tests will be explained to you and your results interpreted and discussed.

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Your health

Hormones are important because they helps to protect a number of different parts of the body, including heart and blood vessels, bones, brain, skin and vagina, so they can all be affected by low levels. We can prescribe oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone where required and indicated for replacement.

About this test

Menopause symptoms are the result or hormone deficiency and with the right support replacement therapy can make a huge difference.

Menopause is a stage in life when the ovaries stop making eggs and start producing less of the hormone oestrogen. The average age of the menopause in the UK is 51, but this can be earlier or later for some. The menopause usually happens gradually – the time leading up to it is called perimenopause, when periods might become more irregular, and sometimes heavier. This often starts at around 45.

Symptoms of menopause can be debilitating and can include hot flushes, tiredness, palpitations, muscle pain, fatigue, poor concentration, low mood, anxiety, vaginal dryness and sometimes urinary incontinence. These symptoms can vary a lot between individuals and may come and go. The symptoms can last for anything from a few months to more than 10 years and there is no way of predicting how long they will last nor what the impact will be. However, with the right support, the symptoms and their impact can be lessened, making a real difference to how we live our lives.

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What's Included?

Ahead of your first appointment we will ask you to complete a questionnaire to better understand how you are and your current health status. During the consultation you will have the opportunity to discuss what this means for you and agree next steps which may include some blood tests.

You will agree a plan with our specialist pharmacist and she will potentially prescribe hormone replacement therapy (HRT) which we can usually dispense for you straight away. If we need to see the results of your bloods before prescribing, then this will be completed the following day.

Why and how is my blood analysed?

Blood tests are not required for prescribing HRT however there may be a reason to undertake blood testing if indicated.  Any blood samples will be taken by our trained clinicians and sent to our laboratory for analysis.

Can we help you?

Our team are standing by to help you with any questions or queries that you may have. We can advise you on the best test, product or service for your requirements.