How can Women’s Health Concern help you?
Are you planning a health story and have questions to ask about female health issues? WHC is in an excellent position to help you.
WHC has access to a number of experts in the field of gynaecological, sexual and reproductive health. If you are planning a health story and looking for a specialist comment, WHC may be able to put you in touch with someone in your area.
Due to our limited resources and increased media requests for advice and comment from our volunteer medical advisers, regrettably we have had to introduce a ‘request for donation’ in return for offering professional advice. At present the scale of suggested donation is from £25 to £200, depending on the range and complexity of the advice sought. We will then prioritise, where we are able to help, and aim to respond in five working days. Thank you.
We can provide you with up-to-date information on a number of conditions and disease areas such as the menopause, endometriosis, painful or heavy periods, PMS, sexually transmitted diseases, cervical and ovarian cancer and many more.
A range of detailed information leaflets and factsheets can be downloaded from our WHC factsheets and other helpful resources page.
Story to tell
Through our website we invite women of all ages to talk to journalists about their health, sexual health, lifestyle and relationship experiences, plus any worries and concerns these have brought.
By telling their story, we can help support other women who may be going through similar experiences.
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NICE Guideline: Menopause Diagnosis and Management
If you would like to arrange an interview with a spokesperson from the RCOG or the British Menopause Society (BMS) regarding the NICE Menopause Guideline, please contact RCOG press office on 020 7772 6444/6357 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The RCOG has a case study available for interview, please contact them for further information.
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