Do you have a menopause question? We want to hear from you

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Menopause
Menopause

It was World Menopause Day on Monday 18 October and its aim, like every year, was to raise awareness of the menopause and the support options available for improving health and wellbeing.

Earlier this year, Miranda Levy wrote about how the condition is being brushed under the carpet by employers. According to a survey by The Latte Lounge and Fertifa, 42 per cent of women have considered leaving their jobs because of the menopause. A recent poll of 3,800 women in the UK found most women felt that the menopause or months and years leading up to it, known as premenopause, had a huge impact on their careers.

Meg Matthews, one of the UK's foremost menopause campaigners, wrote about the topic last month. "When it clicked in my head that menopause is something that happens to all of us women eventually, it made me feel easier to open up the conversation."

We are holding an expert Q&A on Friday 22 October to answer all the questions you might have about the menopause. Leave your questions by filling out the form below. If you would like to remain anonymous, please state that in your response.

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