Some cancer treatments mean you might find yourself forced into early, or medically induced, menopause. Because cancer is the gift that keeps on giving, right? It's a side effect we don't often hear that much about until we're confronted with it as patients. But the long term impact can be hard hitting. You might find yourself struggling with hot flushes, on arollercoaster emotions and never quite knowing when (or if!) your period is going to make an appearance.
We know that many of you have been left confused and feel lost when it comes to working out your options. Our five week course brings you ace experts so we can tackle this hot topic together and unpick whatever you need to explore.
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"It’s 3 years since I went through the menopause and no one from my oncology team or GP have taken any responsibility when it comes to helping me navigate it. It’s taken a few sessions with you guys to feel more educated and informed when it comes to my options and I can’t explain how much I appreciate your help."
As seen on Davina's CH4 Sex, Mind and the Menopause, Stacey’s breast cancer treatment saw her go into a medically induced menopause. But after taking part in Trekstock's Menopause programme, her approach to her symptoms and the way she thinks about her body.
Cancer is the 'gift' that keeps on giving. Because as if being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness wasn't enough, some treatments mean you might also face early menopause. Trekstock's Menopause programme experts are here to sort you out with everything you need to know.
Experiencing early menopause as a result of your cancer treatment is an additional side-effect no one wants - understatement right? Our menopause programme's designed to support and provide you with the info to figure out this complex and often frustrating world.
Menopause has long been a taboo. But when it happens before you expect it to and as part of lifesaving cancer treatment, it's even harder to get the support you need. So we brought in the big guns. Experts who've been in the field and walked the walk. And we created our Navigating Menopause programme to start demystifying the topic.