Further reading and resources

Connecting you to the most helpful, evidence-based websites and platforms for information on perimenopause and menopause.

The Latte Lounge Menopause Resources

You’re here already! The Latte Lounge is a global online platform for women over 40 supporting, informing and signposting women for all their perimenopause, menopause, midlife health and wellbeing needs. It provides evidence-based information, supported and verified by a world renowned medical advisory team. 

Estrogen Matters

Groundbreaking research on the protective benefits of (o)estrogen for women’s health. A useful resource for those deciding upon HRT as a treatment option.

The International Menopause Society (IMS)

The International Menopause Society (IMS) brings together the world's leading experts to collaborate and share knowledge about all aspects of aging in women. The IMS advocates evidence-based treatment options that optimise mid-life women's health and promotes best practice in women's health care.

Menopause Matters

Menopause Matters is an independent website, established by clinicians to provide the latest accurate information about menopause and treatment options including HRT. Its aim is to support women and health professionals to make informed choices about menopause management.

Menopause Support

The home of the UK campaign to #MakeMenopauseMatter in education, healthcare and work.

The Daisy Network

A charity supporting and informing those affected by premature menopause.

Recommended books on menopause

Our growing list of helpful books to add to your reading list.

The Eve Appeal

A charity dedicated to research into the five gynaecological cancers: womb, ovarian, cervical, vulva and vaginal. The Eve Appeal is also The Latte Lounge’s charity partner.

The Menopause Charity

A charity dedicated to educating, supporting and campaigning to help women take control of their hormones and understand treatment options.

The Royal Osteoporosis Society

A charity dedicated to providing information and support for osteoporosis.

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HRT in the UK: Essential information you need to know

Are you considering if HRT in the UK is the right choice for you? With numerous treatment options available for the perimenopause and menopause, it can be overwhelming to know where to start.

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9 tips for caring for itchy skin in menopause

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