With Bia Care, take the time to put yourself first, learn from experts to discover what works best for you, and share your experiences in a confidential setting.
We cover the ins and outs of menopause in 12 weeks.
You'll receive a personalised care plan that will help you confidently manage your health and well-being.
Oestrogen, progesterone, and testosterone—tablets, gels, and patches. We cover it all. Debunking HRT myths, discussing benefits, and offering prescriptions.
Taking a food first approach, understand the massive impact of diet on menopause symptoms. Get to know phytoestrogens, supplements, and low GI habits.
Discover what's up with pelvic floor health and your libido—and why you should be doing pelvic floor exercises.
Developed on the principle that everyone's thoughts impact their actions. Learn the skills to manage troublesome thoughts and improve your well-being.
Together with Imperial College London, we're working to improve menopause services in the UK.
Over 1,550 women participated in our 'Experience of menopause' (ESME) study. The results will be presented at the Royal College of General Practitioners Conference in October 2021.
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Directed by experts—including NHS specialists—our content and treatment methods are evidence-based.
We provide you with the most relevant, up-to-date menopause information.
We believe menopause care should be accessible.
Receive gold standard guidance for the price of a haircut, not a holiday.
Join other women going through these changes.
Gain mutual support through open conversations and laughs.
Meet 5 other women who are also experiencing menopause symptoms and are looking for advice from healthcare professionals and meaningful community.
Yes. You will receive personal medical advice from registered healthcare professionals specialising in menopause, and prescriptions if applicable.
Group consultations are suitable for anyone looking for menopause advice and curious to learn from both clinicians and other's experiences. Longer sessions means more in-depth conversation and a diversity of questions.
Research has shown that receiving medical advice in a group setting increases participant's satisfaction, while sharing experiences reduces feelings of isolation allowing for a breadth of understanding.