Shirlie Kemp health: Star on feeling 'terrified' of menopause aged 52 – 'I’m too young'


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However, she added that she felt lucky to be part of a generation that speaks more openly about the issue, which has only gained more traction in 2022.

She said: “I think how hard it must of been on women in the past, it wouldn’t have been spoken about and just ignored.

“I can’t imagine not having help with hot flushes, tiredness, let alone the mental side of it.”
According to a recent study by Nuffield Health, 67 percent of women felt that there was little support for those going through menopause from health services, while 25 percent found their GP did not link their symptoms to the menopause at all.


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