Online Communities

The HRT Truth Collective ® is my flagship Free Facebook group, founded in 2020 where all we talk about is how to effectively use and access HRT.

In 2022 I was proud to be given an award by META (Facebook) for my work with this global community.

VIP Health with Jane is my monthly subscription Facebook group; offering a growing community of women all committed to their long term health, alongside guidance from me and my expert team.

More about our Facebook groups

The HRT Truth Collective® (Free)

Our flagship community now spans nearly 100 countries and we welcome over 1000 new members every month.

What do we do?

We offer regulated Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) support and guidance.


Recognised by META (Facebook) as a highly engaged and valued community in the top 2-3% in the world; we are proud to help many thousands of women worldwide every day.

So when you need honest, evidence based HRT advice, you won’t find a better community!

VIP Health

VIP Health with Jane (Subscription)

In this unique group, your health is the VIP!

The community offers you even more of what you need when you’re totally committed to managing your own health.

When you join you have access to a wide range of resources (including HRT guidance of course!)


Live calls

Free downloads

Priority access to events

Female health support (inc HRT)

Discounted 1:1 reviews

Discounts on courses 



There are many hundreds of questions asked in the free group every week so I have highlighted 5 of the most common ones with an easy to understand response below.
Am I too young to be peri menopausal?

Unlikely! You can become peri menopasual (when your hormones are declining and fluctutating) at any age post puberty as it is very much dependent on your genetics, hormone history, overall health, any medications you may be taking and many more factors.

Will HRT give me breast cancer?

All situations are individual but it is evidenced in recent studies that there is no increased breast cancer risk when taking a good regulated body identical HRT.

Why do I feel so anxious all the time?

Most of our cells have an estrogen receptor attached to them so when we are low in estrogen, this can affect so many elements of our ability to function. The brain is one of these which is why we can feel foggy and confused too.

I was told I'm too old for HRT now

Although in older women over the age of 60 years, there may be fewer benefits to taking HRT; this doesn't then mean there are more risks! Those who have been post menopausal for a long time need to start on a low dose and to be monitored as they settle into a regime, but can still benefit from replacing those hormones.

I've gone off sex!

This is very common as estrogen is one of the hormones that drives your libido (sex drive) so your desire usually improves as you become more hormonally balanced. You may also need to supplement your testosterone (yes women need testosterone too!) but this can wait a while as you settle into your HRT.