A Break in Your Cycle: The Medical and Emotional Causes and Effects of Amenorrhea

Front Cover
Chronimed Pub., 1998 - Amenorrhea - 171 pages
0 Reviews
As many as one in ten women experience amenorrhea -- the absence of menstrual function in women who have not yet reached menopause -- in varying degrees of severity, at some point in their lives. But there is little information available on the subject.A Break in Your Cycle offers women guidance and information about a subject that is often difficult to discuss. Written by a woman who has suffered from this condition, and in consultation with medical experts, this book includes case histories, possible causes and effects, and treatment options from both traditional and alternative medicine. It discusses consequences, both physical and emotional. The concluding chapter looks at amenorrhea as a modern affliction enhanced by stressful lives.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Preface
7
Chapter One A Body in Crisis
13
Chapter Two Women with Amenorrhea
19
Copyright

11 other sections not shown

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1998)

Theresa Francis-Cheung is an accomplished writer who specialises in the areas of psychology, nutrition and women s health. She regularly contributes features on health to women s magazines such as "Red", "Prima" and "You and Your Wedding". Her books include "Worry: The Root of All Evil" and "Self-esteem: The Lazy Person s Guide!" as well as a number of books on managing PCOS with co-author Colette Harris.

Bibliographic information