We’re opening up about menopause at work

At Bupa, we’ve signed up to the Menopause Workplace Pledge – a campaign from Wellbeing of Women. To ensure that our people feel supported when dealing with their symptoms at work, we’re making it easier for them to talk openly, positively and respectfully about menopause. And for every Menopause Plan we sell, we’ll donate 5% to the charity.

Whatever your age, women's health should be a top priority.

Extraordinary demands are placed on women’s minds and bodies, so they deserve to be cared for and protected. But when you’re busy, it can be easy to forget about looking after yourself. That’s why we’re here to walk beside you, empowering you to take greater control of your mental and physical wellbeing.

For example, at different stages of your life you may have questions about women’s health concerns like periods, pregnancy or menopause. Or you might be thinking about fertility, breast care or mental health. We offer women’s health information for everyone you don’t have to be a Bupa customer.

Here’s what you’ll find in our Women’s Health Hub

Sharing your real story is a powerful thing

In our latest mental health campaign, we focus on the effects of social media on women’s mental wellbeing and how it’s ok to show the real you.

More about women's mental health

We offer menopause support for everyone

The menopause affects every woman differently - and those around her. So we’re providing lots of information about the menopause, and we’re opening up conversations between workplace colleagues, too.

Support for endometriosis

It’s astonishing that endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women in Britain, yet more than half of the population don’t know what it is. We’re here to help, whether you’re a Bupa customer or not - and whether it’s for you or for someone you care about.

Inside health - women’s health

The latest topic in our Inside Health series is women's health. We'll be providing a wide range of practical advice and support for many women's health issues, such as menopause, bone health and muscle health and incontinence.

Tell us which women’s health concerns you want to know about

Some articles you might be interested in

There are hundreds of articles in our Health Information and Healthy Me sections, but here are a few we’ve hand-picked about women’s health.

Women turning to Google for 'abnormal' health worries

Recent research from Bupa Health Clinics reveals an increase in searches on Google for women's health concerns.

Not found what you were looking for?

We have lots more articles on other women's health concerns

Find out more about women’s health

Endometriosis in the UK: time for change (PDF 1.7MB) - A report from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Endometriosis.

Endometriosis UK