Menopause

Many women experience menopausal symptoms after cancer treatment. Symptoms can include hot flushes, night sweats, sleep disturbances, fatigue, anxiety, reduced libido and fertility. Symptoms can be temporary or permanent and can affect your quality of life.

    Information for cancer survivors and their families

    Guidance documents

    Additional information for health professionals 

    If you would like to advise of any relevant projects or provide feedback please email, ACSC 

    Clinical services at Peter Mac Parkville

    If you would like to advise of any relevant services or provide feedback please email, ACSC. If you are treated elsewhere, please speak with your oncology team, as you may have different clinical service options.

    Other clinical services in the Parkville precinct

    The following services are available to patients of the Parkville precinct (Royal Melbourne Hospital, Royal Women’s Hospital). Peter Mac is also part of the Parkville precinct, with services listed separately, above.  If you are treated elsewhere, please speak with your oncology team, as you may have different clinical service options.

    • The Royal Womens Hospital: Menopause symptoms after cancer clinic (MSAC). This clinic offers advice on medical therapies to help alleviate menopausal symptoms, and information on lifestyle factors such as exercise and nutrition, sexual counselling and fertility after cancer treatment.