Menstrual Disorders

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Taylor & Francis, Jun 19, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 128 pages
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What does modern medical science know about menstruation? Less than is commonly assumed, according to Annette and Graham Scambler. In this thought-provoking book, they challenge orthodox thinking on menstruation and disorders associated with it. Based on women's own experience and accounts of menstruation and menstrual disorders, their study will prompt health workers to rethink their approaches to menstrual phenomena. It shows how women are conditioned to regard menstruation as problematic, highlights the disadvantages as well as the advantages of progressive medicalization of menstrual phenomena, and discuss how menstruation is perceived within male culture.

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Graham Scambler is a professor of sociology in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences at University College, London.

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