Joint Pain2019-01-10T15:09:13+00:00

Menopause & Joint Pain

Joint pain and loss of bone density both occur during the menopause, with Oestrogen playing a vital role in the maintenance of healthy bones and supple joints.

During the transition women often feel stiff with a perpetual ache in their bones, this is a common symptom and usually due to inflammation caused by the sudden drop in hormones.

We can build bone strength and aid joints through treatments as well as lifestyle and dietary choices. We aim to provide helpful resources to give you information about the best possible treatments. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, ask menopause expert Kathy Abernethy a question using the button below.

Kathy Abernethy

Kathy Abernethy MClinSci RN is a registered Menopause Specialist, has a Masters degree in community gynaecology and reproductive health care, and is current Chairman of the British Menopause Society.

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