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Menopause and Intimacy

Menopause and Intimacy

29 July, 7 PM AEST

Missing your Mojo? Listless Libido? Does sex feel more “ow!” than “wow”???

You’re not alone. Over 50% of women over 40 experience sexual issues. WellFemme Founder Dr. Kelly Teagle and pelvic floor physiotherapist Marita O’Shea delivered a free webinar on how menopause affects your love life and how to improve it.

Topics included: identifying your passion-killers, increasing your pleasure, treatment options for vaginal dryness… and what the heck is a pelvic floor anyway?

This webinar was live on July 29th, 2020. To read our Blog post and watch the recording please click here. If you’d like to learn about next month’s webinar and receive a link to register, please subscribe to our newsletter below or follow us on Facebook.


Dr. Kelly Teagle

Founder, WellFemme

Dr. Teagle is a GP in Canberra specialising in menopause and women’s health. She has a degree in Medicine from the University of Queensland and completed her fellowship at the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners with a Graduate Diploma in Women’s Health.

Marita O’Shea

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist

Over the last ten years Marita has specialised exclusively in the area of pelvic floor dysfunction and continence management. She treats women of all ages helping them manage conditions such a vaginal prolapse, urinary incontinence, bowel dysfunction and pelvic and sexual pain.

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Mental Health at Menopause

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