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VEOZA For Menopause

Now available on private prescription from Clarendon Health!

Veoza Tablets are a non-hormonal medicine for menopausal women. They are used to reduce moderate to severe vasomotor symptoms (VMS), also known as hot sweats or hot flushes.

In clinical trials Veoza was proven to reduce the number and severity of day and night hot flashes.* And, for some women, it can start working in as early as one week.

VEOZA directly blocks a source of hot flashes. It works in your hypothalamus—the area of your brain that controls body temperature.

*Based on clinical studies measuring efficacy at 4 and 12 weeks.

Taken as one tablet once a day – Now available in the UK on private prescription. Contact us to arrange an appointment.

As with all prescription medicines Veozah can cause side effects and may not be suitable for everyone.

For more information see Patient Product Information for VEOZA (fezolinetant) and CONTACT US to discuss your symptoms.

Veoza Tablets UK


Science has shown that VMS—also known as Vasomotor Symptoms, the medical name for hot flashes and night sweats due to menopause — isn’t caused by declining estrogen alone. In fact, it is now known that a brain chemical called Neurokinin B, or NKB for short, is a trigger of VMS. NKB is found in the temperature control center of your brain, the hypothalamus.

When NKB binds to the receptor in the hypothalamus during menopause it triggers hot flashes and night sweats.

VEOZA is the first UK prescription treatment of its kind for moderate to severe Vasomotor Symptoms (VMS) due to menopause.

VEOZA is designed to directly block NKB from binding to the receptor. This reduces hot flashes and night sweats due to menopause.

What is VEOZA™ (fezolinetant)?

VEOZA is a prescription medicine used to reduce moderate to severe vasomotor symptoms due to menopause. VEOZA is not a hormone. Vasomotor symptoms are the feelings of warmth in the face, neck, and chest, or sudden intense feelings of heat and sweating (“hot flashes” or “hot flushes”).

A “gamechanging” drug that prevents hot flushes and could benefit hundreds of thousands of women has been approved for use in the UK

The Guardian