Wed, 13 Mar|
Hypermobility: Menopause, Hormone Health and Long-Term Health Planning
Free to members - £8 for non-members. This session with menopause expert Lexie Minter (specialist nurse prescriber), provides a timely opportunity to talk about hypermobility and hormones, offering insights into support and treatment options for improving hormone health and overall well-being.
Time & Location
13 Mar 2024, 19:00 – 20:10 GMT
About the Event
Free to members - £8 for non-members.
This informative session is open to all ages, addressing individuals experiencing hormonal issues, perimenopause, menopause, or those seeking knowledge about symptoms and supporting their loved ones.
Key topics covered during the session include:
- Understanding how hormones impact the body and potential mitigations.
- Exploring the effects of perimenopause, menopause, and post-menopause.
- Insights into hormone replacement therapy and its connection to the microbiome.
- Making informed choices regarding short, medium, and long-term hormone health.
- Examining hormones across the life cycle and their potential impact on hypermobility syndromes.
This event provides an opportunity to raise awareness of hormones, offering insights into support and treatment options for improving hormone health and overall well-being. There will be a live Q&A during the event.
About Lexie Minter
Lexie is a specialist Nurse Prescriber specialising in hormone health. Minter et Al private practice offers virtual consultations across the UK, in London, and through a private hospital network in Kent. She is affiliated with the British Menopause Society, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, and the International Menopause Society. With over 20 years of experience in A&E, primary care, and midwifery, Lexie regularly presents on hormone health and advises corporate HR teams on menopause policy and support.
[A note from Lexie on language used in the session: Lexie is Gender, Sexual and Relationship Diversity (GSRD) aware and understands the non-binary nature of sex and gender, and always wishes to be inclusive and supportive however you identify. Any occasional use of the term ‘women’ or 'woman' by Minter et Al or by Lexie during website presentations and leaflets is intended to refer to all female-bodied at birth individuals experiencing menopausal symptoms.]
This session will be run on Zoom. There will be plenty of time for Q&A.
We look forward to seeing you there! (You will be sent an email with a link to the event within a few hours, so please check your junk/spam folder if you can't see it.)
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HMSA: Hypermobility & hormonesSale ends: 13 Mar, 20:00 GMT
13 Mar, 20:00 GMT
Free for members, £8 for non membersPrice£8.00