LadyCare Available in over 1,000 UK Boots shops
Possibly the most exciting discovery for menopause – LadyCare Plus+ represents a revolutionary breakthrough in easing symptoms of menopause and perimenopause 24/7.
Loved by thousands of women worldwide, LadyCare Plus+ is a small, yet extremely powerful, therapeutic device that attaches discreetly and comfortably to your underwear.
Menopause symptoms are not a medical condition but a natural occurrence that most women will experience at some stage in their life.
LadyCare Plus+ simply attaches to the underwear in the pelvic area.
May reduce Hot Flushes, Increased Energy, Weight Reduction, Better Skin Tone, Improved Mood and more.
A million women worldwide use LadyCare Plus+ to Reduce Hot Flushes*
Hot flushes are the most common symptom of menopause, they can impact almost every aspect of life. Maybe it is time to try LadyCare Plus+ today.
It’s not just hot sweats that LadyCare Plus+ helps reduce. You may find relief for up to 24 different symptoms of menopause such as night sweats, weight gain, and mood swings.
Menopause symptoms are the result of diminishing natural hormones which then causes an imbalance of the ANS (autonomic nervous system). LadyCare has been shown to rebalance the ANS in many cases.
- Hot flushes
- Vaginal Dryness
- Trouble sleeping
- Urinary incontinence
- Breast tenderness / soreness
- Irritability & Anxiety
- Feelings of doom
- Sudden weight gain
- Increased muscle tension
- Mood swings
- Marked fatigue
- Loss of libido/sex drive
- Inability to concentrate
- Painful sore muscles
- Disturbing lapses of memory
Dr Michael Kucera
MD, CEO Mitomed Koncept Consulting sro
“We have trialled LadyCare on around 20 patients thus far who have had menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes, sweats, depression and mood swings. With the exception of one patient they all improved 100% with resolution of symptoms. Only the one patient had no benefit.”
Dr. Nyjon Eccles
MD, The Natural Doctor, Harley Street, London
Research conducted on LadyCare by Dr. Nyjon Eccles (2011) with the British Women Police using a heart rate variability machine enabled us to elucidate its mechanism of action in alleviating menopause symptoms.