Resources and information about periods and gynaecological conditions
Our own periods information hub contains many helpful articles that we have produced and have been reviewed by medical experts - these are published on our website. The page below also contains links to resources produced by other organisations, and Wellbeing of Women cannot confirm the accuracy of any content published outside our own website.
Information on the symptoms, when you should talk to your GP about your periods, the treatment options that are available for PCOS.
Includes information and support on PCOS, as well as advice on when to consult a GP and the treatment options that are available.
Got an appointment with your GP for period pains, heavy bleeding, or irregular periods? Follow these key steps to help you prepare and feel more confident.
If you feel like you didn’t get the help you need from your doctor or a gynaecologist, what can you do?
If you have bad periods, or a gynaecological condition affecting your work, find out about employees’ rights at work.
Based on almost 100,000 responses from women across the country, and over 400 written submissions from organisations and experts in health and care.
A short inquiry to look at women’s reproductive health and the challenges that women face when they are being diagnosed and treated for these conditions. The inquiry will consider any disparities that exist in the diagnosis and treatment, and the impact of women’s experiences on their health and lives
Developed with women with lived experience of endometriosis as an output from the research study, "Navigating possible endometriosis in primary care: a qualitative study of GP perspectives".
Your doctor should follow these guidelines so this can help you to know what to expect from your appointment.
Statutory guidance for governing bodies, proprietors, head teachers, principals, senior leadership teams, teachers. Includes menstrual health.
Guidance that aims to provide all businesses with guidance on how they can adequately support their employees who menstruate and experience menopause symptoms.
Equality Impact Assessment of the Period Products (Free Provision) (Scotland) Act 2021
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