Supporting your health, every step of the way

As you move through the different stages of your life – from coping with periods to pregnancy to menopause and beyond - your needs might change. Taking care of your body and mind at work or in your personal life is important and our female health hub is here to provide you further information and signposting to help.

Welcome to our women’s health hub

Consultant Gynaecologist, Mr Rowan Connell, talks about the importance of health to women of all ages as well as what to expect from our female health hub.

How can we help?

Our guide to the reproductive years

I’m still having periods

During the reproductive years, you may still be experiencing periods or conditions associated with your reproductive system.

Our guide to the reproductive years
Our guide to good health during the menopause

I’m menopausal

Once your periods slow down or stop, you’re considered to be in menopause.

Our guide to the menopause
Our guide to postmenopausal health

I’m postmenopausal

Once you haven’t had a period for 12 consecutive months, you’re postmenopausal.

Our guide to postmenopausal health

Explore the most common topics

How sleep can affect your health

A poor night’s sleep, due to insomnia or physical symptoms, can affect your physical and mental health and leave you exhausted at work.

Is a lack of sleep affecting your life?

Work and health

Whether you work full or part-time, for yourself or someone else or are a carer to a loved one, being healthy at work is important. Our guide can help.

Your health at work

Contraception and birth control

Contraception, also known as birth control, is designed to prevent pregnancy. Find out about the types of contraception that are available to you.

Your guide to contraception

Endometriosis

The symptoms of endometriosis, including pain, tiredness and mental health issues relating to your fertility can have a real impact on your confidence at work.

Coping with endometriosis

Contact us for health-related help and support

It's easy to find out more about treatment by giving us a call or completing our enquiry form.