The Menopause: Endocrinologic Basis and Management Options

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 25, 2007 - Medical - 368 pages
The fifth edition of this well-established book provides a new and upbeat approach for the health care of the maturing woman. Women begin to feel older - well before they should - because of the overwhelming menstrual-affiliated changes that occur with reproductive dysfunctions that begin during the mid-thirties. The ensuing clinical events enhance the anxieties and fears in women that have been already overemphasized and exaggerated by the media and commercial commentary.

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