Specialist Menopause Packages Tailored to Your Needs

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The menopause marks the beginning of profound changes to a woman’s body, these changes aren’t only physical, they’re also emotional and psychological. In addition to mood swings, hot flashes, and sleeping problems, the menopause can lead to a loss of confidence, feelings of decreased womanliness, and can cause intimacy issues in relationships. On top of that, trying to research into the menopause can leave us feeling confused about our options, with so much conflicting information across the internet about which treatment path is right for you. Having an experienced menopause specialist in your corner is the first step to feeling like yourself again.

Private Menopause Care from Mr Alex Taylor

Many women are discovering that their individual needs can’t be met with the current NHS staffing and workload crisis. You don’t have to suffer through NHS delays and going private means that you can get your treatment underway on your terms. Your menopause specialist will be Mr Alexander Taylor MBBS MD FRCOG PGCMED.

Who is Mr Alex Taylor?

Alex Taylor is a highly experienced and compassionate consultant obstetrician, gynaecologist. Alex has specialised in women’s health since 1996 and is now the Training Programme Director for Wessex Health Education England. Alex has previously worked as a Senior House Officer at internationally renowned institutions such as Guy’s Hospital in London as well as the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle, plus, he has over 40 television appearances and 40 publications under his belt related to gynaecology and obstetrics.

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How Can Alex Help Me?

Alex offers both consultations and treatment plans for those suffering from menopausal symptoms. Consultations are available in person, over the phone, or over Zoom to ensure that you are comfortable and in a relaxed atmosphere to discuss your symptoms and all of the treatment options available to you.

Alex offers three separate tiered packages to suit individual needs and will work with you to assess the best treatment plan based on your needs. You may have concerns; however; you can be assured that Alex is here to help you take the first step to feeling like yourself again.

How it Works

Booking a consultation with Alex Taylor is an extremely quick and easy process:

Simply choose your menopause package

  1. Bronze
  2. Silver
  3. Gold

Get in Touch With Us to schedule your appointment, you can select from:

    1. An-person appointment
    2. Zoom appointment
    3. Telephone appointment

During your thorough consultation, Alex will listen to your concerns, symptoms, and worries as well as answering any queries that you may have. He will use his expertise to design an effective treatment plan tailored to suit you.

Book Your Consultation with Alex today, and press pause on the menopause.

Discover Mr Taylor’s Menopause Packages

Alex Taylor offers 3 tiers of menopause packages, ensuring that you’re getting the right option for you.

Bronze Menopause Package

  • Menopause hormone blood tests
  • Consultation and examination

Silver Menopause Package

  • Menopause hormone blood tests
  • Consultation and examination
  • Ultrasound of the uterus and ovaries

Gold Menopause Package

  • Menopause hormone blood tests
  • Consultation and examination
  • Ultrasound of the uterus and ovaries
  • 3 months free Hormone Replacement Therapy treatment
  • 25% off the Mona Lisa Touch treatment

What Does it Involve?

Menopause Blood tests

These tests are a baseline assessment of your FSH, LH, Oestradiol, TSH and FT4. These blood tests will determine how much replacement oestrogen you need and if your thyroid gland is working normally. Other hormones and screening can be added on request such as testing your testosterone levels and lipids. Contact us for further details on commonly offered blood tests.

A Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound

The ultrasound assesses the health of the womb and ovaries. This scan will check that the lining of the womb is healthy and will also test for womb and ovarian cancer. Measuring the thickness of the lining of the womb is important to exclude cancer in the lining of the womb (endometrial cancer) and polyps. If you are concerned about ovarian cancer, you may be recommended to have an extra blood test called a CA125.

Three Months of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Hormone Replacement Therapy is a treatment used to relieve menopausal symptoms. For women who have not had a hysterectomy, we recommend Oestragel, this is distributed as a topical and oral treatment. If you have had a hysterectomy under the terms of the Silver Menopause Package offer you would receive 3 months’ supply of Oestragel, and 90 hormone tablets. After this three-month period, our standard prescription charges would apply if you chose to remain on HRT.

Mona Lisa Touch 25% Discount

The Mona Lisa Touch is a ground-breaking, minimally invasive treatment to treat gynaecological symptoms that are due to menopause, postpartum, after breast cancer treatment, and more. It’s the only procedure in existence proven to work not only by clinically, but also by detailed and thorough ultrastructural and histological studies. Book our Gold Menopause Package today to receive £187.50 off of your first treatment.

Here for You at Every Stage

Perimenopause refers to the time of your life when your body is making the transition to the menopause. This can begin at different ages for different women, most start noticing signs such as irregular periods between mid 30s and mid 40s. During Perimenopause, your menstruation cycles may be longer or shorter than usual and you may start experiencing menstrual cycles without ovulation. This is due to the uneven oestrogen levels in your body during Perimenopause, you may also experience symptoms that can be linked to menopause such as mood changes, problems sleeping, vaginal dryness, hot flashes, and discomfort during sex. It’s worth noting that there are treatments available for Perimenopause, get in touch
if you have any questions.Once 12 months have passed without you menstruating, this is when Perimenopause is over, and menopause begins.

Menopause begins when you haven’t had a menstruation cycle for 12 months, and your ovaries stop producing oestrogen and progesterone. The menopause comes with a range of physical, emotional, and psychological symptoms such as:

  • Vaginal Atrophy
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Hot flashes
  • Disturbed sleeping pattern
  • Change to metabolism
  • Weight changes
  • Mood changes
  • Feelings of embarrassment
  • Fear of aging
  • A loss of confidence

Are you experiencing symptoms of menopause? Book a consultation with Alex today and take the first step back to feeling like yourself again.

Post-menopause occurs once your menstruation cycle has ceased for over a year, technically you’ve made it through the menopause but it’s possible that you’re still experiencing some symptoms. During this stage, the symptoms often subside, but they could continue for another 4-5 years, thankfully, they frequency and intensity of the symptoms reduce dramatically.

How to Know If You’re Going Through the Menopause?

It’s likely that you’re going through the menopause if you’re between the ages of 40-55, and haven’t menstruated for 12 months, you also would have experienced some of the symptoms mentioned above. Before this, you would have experienced menopause-like symptoms such as mood changes, hot flashes, a change to your sleeping pattern, and you would have experienced irregularities with your menstrual cycle such as longer or shorter periods. If you have any questions regarding your symptoms, please feel free to get in touch. Alternatively, you can find more information about the menopause on the NHS website.

When Should You Get Treatment for the Menopause?

No two women experience menopause in the same way. The menopause doesn’t discriminate, and it isn’t one size fits all, many of us tend to ignore symptoms rather than face them due to denial or embarrassment. Although menopausal symptoms are extremely normal, you should contact a menopause specialist for help if you experience any menopause like symptoms that disrupt you emotionally, physically, or mentally. If menopause has begun, then seeking treatment is the only way to ensure that you feel your best.