We provide services for women with a wide range of menopause-related problems. This includes providing advice on lifestyle changes and treatments to help manage symptoms, and signposting to additional services.
About the menopause
The menopause is defined as the point in when menstrual cycles stop and a woman is no longer able to get pregnant naturally. This typically happens around the age of 45 to 55 years. We understand that for some women, menopause can be an extremely distressing time. Many women may experience development of symptoms that can have a very debilitating and damaging impact on quality of life. The menopause also coincides with a time in your life when the risks of certain diseases start to increase, which can make decisions about treatments difficult.
Treatments offered at our clinics
Our menopause clinics aim to support you by giving tailored treatment advice on management of menopause symptoms, including:
- Lifestyle advice
- Medical treatments such as Hormone replacement therapy (HRT)
- Signposting to additional services.
Locations and contact details
Our menopause clinics are held at University Hospital Lewisham and Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
University Hospital Lewisham
- Gynaecology Outpatient Department,Ground floor, Green Zone, Lewisham High Road, SE13
- Reception: 0208 333 3181
- Switchboard: 0208 333 3000
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
- Gynaecology Outpatients Department, Stadium Road, Greenwich, London SE18 4QH
- Reception: 0208 836 4897
- Switchboard: 0208 836 6000
Please see our main gynaecology page for information about outpatient appointments and how to prepare.