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How much do men know about menopause

How much do men know about menopause? Not much, a new study reveals.   What do shoplifting and craziness have in common? They’re symptoms of menopause, according to some men who took part in a study to find out just  how much men know about the topic. The study found that in general men were clueless, with 70% of them unable to name more than one of the 34 recognised symptoms. The study, by menopause brand Pelviva, asked 500 men aged between 45-54 – the average age range at which women start to exhibit symptoms and go through menopause- to…

ThermiVa

What is ThermiVa? ThermiVa is non-surgical radio frequency (RF) treatment used to tighten and rejuvenate the vagina, this includes both the outer labia and inner vaginal canal. Throughout life, natural processes such as childbirth and aging can cause changes to the vaginal canal which can laxity; As well this, menopause can also cause physical and functional changes such as excessive dryness and thinning of the vaginal walls. ThermiVa not only restores the appearance and feel of the vagina, but also with problems such as urinary or stress incontinence and lack of sexual pleasure due to laxity in the vaginal canal. ThermiVa can be…

Mr Onsy Morris

Mr Onsy Morris is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists and has been a Gynaecologist for over 40 years. He has spent the last 24 years working as a Consultant at Kingston Hospital. He joined Medical School in 1970 and graduated in 1976. He trained and worked in several major hospitals in the United Kingdom including Teaching Hospitals in Cardiff, Westminster Hospital and Guys and Lewisham Hospitals in London. He also served Queen and Country as a doctor in the Royal Army Medical Corps for five years before joining Kingston Hospital as a Consultant in 1993.…