Let’s talk about menopause

Through Fertifa, your team will have access to unlimited 1-2-1 clinical advice, treatment and best-in-class wellbeing support throughout their perimenopause and perimenopause journeys

Our menopause specialists

Our menopause programme has been curated by Dr. Gidon Lieberman – our Medical Director and menopause specialist.​ ​ In collaboration with our network of menopause specialists, we provide consultations, care and treatment plans for people experiencing menopause symptoms. ​ ​ Dr. Gidon is an accredited member and trainer for the British Menopause Society and is a Regional Preceptor for the Royal College of Obstretricians & Gynaecologists for Menopause​

We understand your journey

We understand the impact perimenopause and menopause can have on your life – especially when it comes to work. We’re here to support you through it all. With decades of experience researching, caring for and treating menopause, our best-in-class clinical team will be by your side every step of the way.​


of employees who go through the menopause have decreased job satisfaction


of people don’t ask for help from their employer​


of employees said that they ‘feared it may make them look incapable of doing their job’

We support you across every step of your journey

​The menopause is a very natural part of ageing that usually occurs between the ages of 45 and 55, as a person’s oestrogen levels decline. In the UK, the average age for a person to reach the menopause is 51.​

​Going through the menopause or even perimenopause (before the menopause or when periods stop) can have a significant impact on employee wellbeing. Changes in hormones can lead to mood swings, sharp changes in body temperature and sleep disruption for an average of 4 years. ​

​96% of people going through menopause felt unprepared while 29% felt overwhelmed and confused. No matter who you are or how unique or different your journey is, we commit to offer complete care from the moment you first interact with us, until you are comfortable and confident enough to no longer need our support.

Our menopause programme can be implemented as a standalone benefits package, or as part of your overall reproductive healthcare benefits with Fertifa.​

​We offer a doctor-led menopause programme, managed and led our in-house clinical team. Whether it’s a consultation with one of our nurses or doctors, an HRT prescription, a question about hot flushes or wellness support with our nutritional experts or therapists, we’re here to support you through the menopause every step of the way.​

​We understand how busy you are so we’ve developed tech-enabled solutions to make booking online appointments, video consultations, at-home tests and HRT delivery easier than ever before.​

​Our unlimited 1-2-1 clinical advice and wellbeing support service, made up of care advisors, are available 5 days a week for a call or appointment. And you’ll have access to educational resources written by our clinical team alongside monthly webinars and Q&As led by experts in the menopause world.

Benefit programmes like what we offer for the menopause are seen to have a big impact on workplaces and individuals alike. Support networks, appropriate menopause policies and employer-funded care and support can encourage a better workplace culture. ​

​With more than 80% of menopausal women presently working, they are the fastest growing demographic in the workplace. Supporting this demographic through the menopause shows a true commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

Because everyone’s story is different.


  • Her mum just recently mentioned that she went through menopause in her early 40’s
  • She’s already getting occasional hot flashes​


  • Lara wants to know if she might also have early menopause​
  • She is considering testing for early menopause


  • Are there ways to “put off” the menopause?​
  • What’s the best way to treat her symptoms if she doesn’t want to start HRT early?


  • Always suffered from painful periods and after years was finally diagnosed with endometriosis​
  • After a few procedures, Katie’s GP has advised medical menopause to help manage her period paid and heavy bleeding


  • How to cope with even more hormones?


  • Are there other ways that Katie can help manage her anxiety, stress and worries?​
  • Is medical menopause reversible?​
  • What if Katie wants to have (more) children?


  • In her mid-40’s Shamita still has regular periods but has heard from friends and colleagues about “what’s to come”


  • Shamita is wondering if it’s worth testing for menopause


  • Will she recognise her symptoms when they arrive? ​
  • Will she start to have bad mood swings and not be able to snap out of it?