The Gynecological Sourcebook

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Lowell House, 1999 - Gynecology - 419 pages
Fully updated and revised, The Gynecological Sourcebook is a reference guide that greatly contributes to a woman's understanding of her body. It explains the mysteries of hormones, the menstrual cycle, and what happens during pregnancy, while clarifying various forms of contraception, common and not-so-common diseases, infections, and more.

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Meet Your Reproductive Team
The Menstrual Cycle
How to Use a Primary Care Physician

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About the author (1999)

M. Sara Rosenthal is an assistant professor of bioethics in the Department of Behavioral Science, University of Kentucky College of Medicine

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