The Daily Telegraph and the Sun published articles on Monday 19 December, relating to the prescribing of higher than licensed doses of oestrogen in HRT. The British Menopause Society is aware [...]
On 10 September 2022 at The Bhavan, Indian Cultural Centre in West Kensington, London, a group of highly-talented Indian doctors presented “a unique musical extravaganza taking you on a journey exploring the essence of Indian music”.
Join us today at 12.00 for an exclusive World Menopause Day premiere of a new programme 'Menopause: Continuing the conversation’.
The British Menopause Society was saddened to hear of the death of Professor Dame Valerie Beral. An eminent epidemiologist and academic, Professor Beral’s early work showed the oral contraceptive [...]
The British Menopause Society is profoundly saddened by the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty has been the embodiment of duty and public service and has [...]
First clinically proven treatment for vaginal atrophy after menopause to be available for purchase in pharmacy
For the first time ever in the UK, postmenopausal women will be able to access Gina 10 microgram vaginal tablets without requiring a prescription. Dr Paula Briggs, Chair, British [...]
The BMS very much welcomes the recommendations of the Head of the HRT Taskforce Madelaine McTernan to the Department of Health and Social Care for future management of hormone [...]
One of our medical advisory council members, together with some NHS colleagues, are organising a fundraising event, with the proceeds donated to the British Menopause Society.