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Introducing Juno

Transforming women’s health during & after pregnancy

We understand that pregnancy can be challenging, both physically and mentally and that’s why we want to make sure that you and your family have the support you need, when you need it.

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Connectivity

Connecting our users with the professional support they need & with each other.

Accessibility

Using technology to broaden access to healthcare – the support you need, wherever you are.

De-stigmatisation

Challenging attitudes and changing the conversation around mental health for women & their families.

Don’t suffer in silence

We have all experienced mental health challenges

And you are definitely not alone. Worldwide, maternal mental health is the most serious health complication of pregnancy. Not seeking support when you are struggling can have serious consequences for you and your family.

Perinatal mental illness can cause intense, debilitating, isolating and often frightening suffering.

An adverse impact on the interaction between mother and baby can affect a child’s emotional, social & cognitive development.

Perinatal mental illness can have a long-term impact on your self-esteem and relationships with partners and family members.

Believe it or not, in the first year after birth, suicide is on of the the leading causes of death for women.

Thriva Testing

Thriva - Female Hormones Kit

Check to see if your hormone levels are in normal range. Learn if a hormonal imbalance could be affecting your fertility, periods, skin, mood, or weight.

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Thriva - Personalised Normal Kit

Take health tracking to a new level with your personalised at-home finger-prick blood test. Improve your health today and catch any small health issues before they become big issues.

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What’s tested?

Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) helps your ovaries to function normally and plays a key role in egg production and ovulation. If your FSH levels are imbalanced you might have trouble getting pregnant. Or high FSH levels can be a sign that you’re menopausal.

Luteinising hormone (LH) plays a key role in reproduction. Mid-cycle, your LH levels increase which triggers your ovaries to release an egg — ovulation. If your LH levels are imbalanced you might have irregular periods and have trouble getting pregnant. Or high LH levels can be a sign that you’re menopausal.

Oestradiol (E2) is a type of oestrogen and is the main female sex hormone. E2 is essential for egg production, protects you against bone loss, and helps regulate your cholesterol levels. Your E2 levels fall as you age so low levels can be a sign that you’re menopausal. If your E2 levels are imbalanced it can cause a wide range of symptoms like irregular periods, hot flashes, fatigue, headaches, sleep problems, anxiety, depression, low sex drive, and worse premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

Sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) binds with certain hormones and transports them in your blood. When these hormones are bound to SHBG your body can’t use them. This helps regulate how much is available for your body to use. If your SHBG levels are imbalanced it can cause either high or low levels of testosterone and oestradiol.

Testosterone is an androgen (sex hormone) produced by both men and women. Men produce it in much higher amounts, but levels naturally drop as men age. Other factors, like kidney disease, liver disease, alcoholism and being overweight can also cause testosterone levels to drop. Men with low testosterone might feel tired, have a low sex drive, gain weight, feel depressed and have low self-esteem. Women might also experience these symptoms but it’s harder to detect low testosterone as women’s hormones fluctuate a lot.

The thyroid is a gland in your neck. It produces hormones that control your body’s growth and metabolism. An overactive or underactive thyroid causes hormonal imbalances that can cause symptoms like weight gain or loss, tiredness, low mood, anxiety, depression and difficulty sleeping. A basic thyroid profile measures Thyroxine (T4), the main hormone produced by your thyroid, and Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), a hormone that regulates your thyroid.

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Juno’s Community

Being a new mum is hard. It is totally understandable that looking after a new baby 24/7 can feel overwhelming. And let’s face it, it can get lonely sometimes too. Everyone’s experience of motherhood is unique, but there are also many similarities in people’s experiences and it can be such a relief to share these experiences and struggles.

Connecting with other mums can be a great way to get support and make new friends. We’ve created a safe space for mamas to connect, make new friends, support each other and get answers to the questions that matter most to you…

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