Juniper is changing the way women go through menopause

We give women — throughout every stage of the menopause journey — easy access to specialist GPs, personalised evidence-based treatment plans, and the in-depth information they need to experience this time for what it truly is: the best years of your life.

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Menopause in numbers

34

The number of known
symptoms, including hot
flushes, sleeplessness, mood and weight changes and more

85%

Experience hot flushes, menopause’s most common symptom

51

The average age Australian women become menopausal. Menopause will generally start between 45 and 60

5-10

The number of years women can experience menopausal symptoms

You're not alone in menopause. Let's weather it together.

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Our mission

We’re on a mission to help you feel like you, all year round and we’re doing it by challenging the outdated approach to an experience shared by half the population.

With Juniper, you don’t need to hide it. You don’t have to ‘suck it up’. You don’t have to go it alone. 4,000,000 Australian women are right there with you, and so are we.

We’re helping you find the answers you seek, discover treatments that work for you, and connect with a like-minded community.

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Our vision

Change is good

We believe in a new and improved approach to menopause and we’re working hard to make it happen.

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Menopause is talked about, better recognised, and shared

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New societal norms that create empathy, understanding and empowerment

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Easy, affordable and ongoing access to specialist doctors

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Nuanced and informed discussions around the safe and effective modern treatments

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Menopause is recognised and accommodated at home, in social groups, and at work

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Shame and secrecy around menopause and symptoms

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An attitude of dread and stoicism to menopausal years

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Impersonal and dismissive 
appointments with GPs

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Outdated approach and 
misinformation around treatments

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Women pushing through pain and discomfort in silence

We’ve got a plan

We’re proud of the work we’ve done so far to help Australian women navigate menopause. But there’s much more to come.

The world right now

The world we want

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Shame and secrecy around menopause and symptoms

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An attitude of dread and stoicism to menopausal years

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Impersonal and dismissive 
appointments with GPs

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Outdated approach and 
misinformation around treatments

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Women pushing through pain and discomfort in silence

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Menopause is talked about, better recognised, and shared

Tab Dot

New societal norms that create empathy, understanding and empowerment

Tab Dot

Easy, affordable and ongoing access to specialist doctors

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Nuanced and informed discussions around the safe and effective modern treatments

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Menopause is recognised and accommodated at home, in social groups, and at work

We’ve got a plan

We’re proud of the work we’ve done so far to help Australian women navigate menopause. But there’s much more to come.

Launch the online telehealth clinic
We’re giving women everywhere easy access to menopause specialists and the latest evidence-based treatments and advice.  

We are here

Launch the Juniper community
Because menopause is more manageable when it’s weathered together. We’re launching an online community to help members connect, learn from, and support one another.

Menopause is recognised in the workplace
We’re campaigning for paid Menopause Leave for all Australian businesses — separate from sick leave. It’s what women deserve.

And that's just the beginning

Launch the online telehealth clinic
We’re giving women everywhere easy access to menopause specialists and the latest evidence-based treatments and advice.  

We are here

Launch the Juniper community
Because menopause is more manageable when it’s weathered together. We’re launching an online community to help members connect, learn from, and support one another.

Menopause is recognised in the workplace
We’re campaigning for paid Menopause Leave for all Australian businesses — separate from sick leave. It’s what women deserve.

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Who we are

Our team of certified doctors

Here to listen, learn and manage your symptoms.
Whenever you need us.

Dr Joanna Sharp

BSc(Hons), MBBS(Hons), FRACGP

Dr Joanna Sharp is passionate in her advocacy for women taking control of their health needs. She is particularly driven to help women who are experiencing changes associated with midlife to have honest and open discussions around their health concerns and the treatment options available.

Dr Rod Baber

MBBS, BPharm, FRCOG, FRANZCOG

Dr Rod Baber is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at The University of Sydney. He operates a specialist Gynaecology and Reproductive Endocrinology practice and is a life member and Past President of the Australasian Menopause Society as well as Past President of the International Menopause Society.

Dr Matthew Vickers

FRACGP, MBBS Syd, BMedSci Syd

Dr Matthew Vickers is a specialist GP based in Sydney with a special interest in women’s health, mental health and skin concerns. He has extensive experience helping patients from all around Australia find medical solutions via telehealth, and is passionate about fostering comfortable, honest conversations online.

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Our values

Grounded

We speak openly and honestly about the menopause experience, and we take the time to understand yours. We approach menopause with the compassion, care, and respect it deserves.

Empowered

We’re redefining what menopause means to women and we’re changing the conversation around it; by breaking the taboo, celebrating real experiences, and sharing stories.

Accessible for all

We facilitate easy, online access to Australian doctors who have experience in recognising and treating menopause. It’s important to us that all women feel heard, included, and cared for.

A trusted guide

Backed by the latest evidence and advancements and alongside a team of leading menopause experts, we’re giving women agency over their hormonal health.

How you go through menopause will change your life

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