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Menopause Management

menopause managementAMS provides information for doctors and other health practitioners in supporting women through midlife health and the menopause.

  • Menopause Basics
    What is Menopause? 
    Diagnosing Menopause  
    Weight management and healthy ageing 
    Glossary of Terms

  • Menopause Treatment Options 
    Healthy Ageing and Lifestyle 
    Menopause Management GP Tool 
    Oestrogen Only Menopausal Hormone Therapy 
    Combined Menopausal Hormone Therapy (MHT) 
    Tibolone For Post-Menopausal Women 
    AMS Guide to Equivalent MHT/HRT Doses
    NonHormonal Treatments for Menopausal Symptoms

  • Early Menopause 
    Spontaneous Premature Ovarian Insufficiency
    Early Menopause due to Chemotherapy
    Surgical Menopause

  • Risks and Benefits 
    Risks and Benefits of MHT/HRT 
    Venous Thrombosis/Thromboembolism Risk and Menopausal Treatments

  • Uro-genital
    Vulvovaginal symptoms after menopause
    Vaginal health after breast cancer: A guide for patients

  • Bones 
    Calcium Supplements – a patient guide
    Menopause and osteoporosis
    Prevention of falls and fractures as you age past the menopause
    SERMS after Menopause

  • Sex and Psychological 
    Sexual difficulties in the menopause
    Sleep Disturbance and the Menopause
    Mood problems at menopause - depression

  • Alternative Therapies 
    Complementary and Herbal Therapies for Hot Flushes
    Bioidentical Hormone Preparations - History of Development
    Bioidentical Hormones for Menopausal Symptoms


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Note: Medical and scientific information provided and endorsed by the Australasian Menopause Society might not be relevant to a particular person's circumstances and should always be discussed with that person's own healthcare provider.

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Content updated May 2021