The Perimenopause Handbook: What Every Woman Needs to Know About the Years Before Menopause

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 1, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 180 pages
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A true resource for women in their 30s and 40s, The Perimenopause Handbook defines perimenopause, outlines what happens to the body during perimenopause, and shows the reader how to identify whether or not they are experiencing perimenopause. It includes "What You Can Do" segments that provide the important information women need to make the best treatment decisions, and advice on how to find the right doctor if symptoms become severe.The Perimenopause Handbook also includes essential information on hormone replacement therapy and alternative treatments, pregnancy during this time, and advice on exercise and nutrition. Appendices include major resources, organizations, and hotlines concerning women's menopause/health issues. There are also a list of Websites providing perimenopause information and a bibliography of the most recent books and articles on the subject.

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Contents

What Is Perimenopause?
1
Symptoms of Perimenopause
7
How to Tell If Youre in Early Menopause Diagnosis
27
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About the author (1998)

Carol Turkington is a medical writer who specializes in women's health and psychology. A former newspaper writer and editor, she has worked as a medical writer at the Duke University Medical Center and as a senior writer in clinical psychology for the American Psychological Association in Washington, D.C.

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