150 Most-asked Questions about Menopause: What Women Really Want to Know

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Hearst Books, 1993 - Medical - 238 pages
Now award-winning medical writer and lecturer Jacobowitz sheds new light on the subject with a book of practical guidance for the millions of women undergoing this universal rite of passage. The hormone changes associated with menopause may affect up to three hundred different body processes. And while menopause is a natural transition, each woman experiences it differently. That's why this book is vital. It is a woman-to-woman guide that answers 150 essential questions about menopause.

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150 most-asked questions about menopause: what women really want to know

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One of the universal rites of passage, menopause daily affects approximately 3500 American women, who often find themselves unprepared and unknowledgeable. Jacobowitz, coauthor with Wulf Utian of ... Read full review

Contents

DoEs GETTING OLDER MEAN GETTING
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WHAT Is EsTRooENs EFFECT UPON
133
Chapter I1 How Do I FIND THE RIGHT Docron?
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About the author (1993)

Jacobowitz is and award-winning medical writer, lecturer, and a former vice-president at a large Cleveland teaching hospital.

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