"The Australasian Menopause Society (AMS) website content is designed to compliment our commitment to presenting accurate, up to date, evidence-based information to AMS members, the wider health professions and the community about women’s midlife health, all aspects of menopause, HRT and alternatives, and osteoporosis, as well as providing access to doctors interested in women's health. Our website will provide abstracts and opinions by leading experts on the latest research in menopause and healthy ageing."
"Managing menopause may be part of a number of adjustments that women make in midlife. Jean Hailes guides you through the physical and emotional changes that can accompany menopause, lifestyle advice to help manage these changes and options for treatment such as HRT. Jean Hailes is a national not-for-profit organisation providing a range of important health services for Australian women. Governed by an independent Board of Directors, the Foundation is comprised of three units: Research, Education and Clinical Care."
Their website suite contains nine websites in total.
"Our experienced nurses will work with you to manage your menopause and will advise on lifestyle changes that are beneficial for controlling menopause symptoms and are beneficial for your health in general i.e. exercise, diet, relaxation, weight control..etc. This advice is then balanced with the correct NHRT (Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy) that reduces/ alleviates menopause symptoms and improves general health. Your Nurse will call you each month to check how you are progressing and recommend changes to all or any of the above."
"The aim of NZ Early Menopause (NZEM) is to provide support to women throughout NZ who have experienced or are experiencing an early menopause as a result of genetic, natural or medically induced causes. NZEM aims to provide a broad range of relevant information and resources to assist women in their personal journeys through early menopause. This support includes sharing our own stories. From these stories, one thing is clear: while we may have the common experience of early menopause, each of those experiences is unique. We have tried to include a broad range of women’s stories on our site in the hope that as you read through them, you will come across others who have faced something similar to yourself. In this way, we hope to create a supportive community of women who have shared similar experiences."