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Jean Hailes in the News

Jean Hailes in the media 4 Oct 2021
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Here's a wrap-up of the latest news and media articles featuring advice and insights from Jean Hailes expert clinicians.

Time to put away the activewear?

In a new article from ABC Everyday, Jean Hailes dermatologist Dr Tanja Bohl explains why it’s a good idea to avoid tight clothing for vulval health. Spoiler: this may mean avoiding activewear unless exercising!

Shooting butt pain during your period?

In this Fashion Journal article, Jean Hailes medical director and gynaecologist Dr Elizabeth Farrell AM explains a rare but painful symptom of menstruation.

Perimenopause: the mysterious path to menopause – ABC News

With insight from Jean Hailes endocrinologist Dr Sonia Davison, ABC News casts a spotlight on the impact of menopause and perimenopause on Australian women, dismantling the myths surrounding this phase in women’s lives.

All about menopause – Broad Radio

Women's Health Week ambassador Shelley Ware and Broad Radio's champion for women Jo Stanley chat with Jean Hailes endocrinologist Dr Rosie Worsley about all things perimenopause and menopause. Listen in to get the facts straight from our expert and learn Rosie's tips for feeling more in control.