There are different complementary therapies that may help control your menopausal symptoms. Some of these have been researched. But for some, the evidence is only based on personal accounts (anecdotal) rather than on facts.
Some of these therapies may be available on the NHS. Your GP can give you more details. If you would like to find a complementary therapist, make sure they are properly qualified and registered.
It is a good idea to talk to your cancer doctor or specialist nurse before using a complementary therapy. Some therapies may affect how your cancer treatment works.