What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Premenopause, by John Lee, MD; Jesse Hanley, MD, and Virginia Hopkins




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What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Premenopause, by John Lee, MD; Jesse Hanley, MD, and Virginia Hopkins


 
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You could be experiencing unexplained weight gain, fatigue, mood swings, loss of libido, fibroids, tender or lumpy breasts, endometriosis, PMS, infertility, memory loss, migraines, very heavy or light periods, cold hands and feet, or a combination of these symptoms. You may have been told they're nothing, or stress, or menopause—and then offered surgery, antidepressants, or prescription hormones.

But the startling truth is that you may be suffering from premenopause syndrome, and there are simple, safe solutions. When John Lee wrote the groundbreaking What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Menopause, younger women started asking if natural progesterone could help them too. With women's health expert Jesse Hanley, MD, Dr. Lee now brings you a revolutionary, nonprescription "Balance Program" to restore your gynecological health, energy, and sex drive. Learn how to slow the aging process before menopause and beyond.

Publication: 1999.

Pages: 395.

Binding: Softcover.

Size: 5" x 8".



AUTHOR INFORMATION


John R. Lee, MD, is internationally acknowledged as a pioneer and expert in the study and use of the hormone progesterone and on the subject of hormone replacement therapy for women. He used transdermal progesterone extensively in his clinical practice for nearly a decade, doing research that showed that it can reverse osteoporosis.

Dr. Lee has had a distinguished medical career after graduating from Harvard and the University of Minnesota Medical School. He retired from a 33-year family practice in northern California to write and travel around the world speaking to doctors, scientists, and lay people about progesterone.

Dr. Lee taught a popular course on optimal health at the College of Marin for 15 years. He is the author of the best-selling book What Your Doctor May Not Tell you about Menopause (Warner Books, 1996) and editor of the John R. Lee, MD, Medical Letter.

Jesse Hanley, MD, is the medical director of Malibu Health Center and Malibu Health & Rehabilitation. She has been recognized on several occasions for her outstanding contributions to the holistic medical community and was the health expert on Wake Up America for KFOX radio.

Virginia Hopkins, MA, is a medical writer specializing in women's health and nutrition, and she has written or coauthored 24 books on women's health, alternative health, and nutrition.



TABLE OF CONTENTS


Part I: Getting Acquainted
Life Cycles and Hormone Cycles
Chapter 1—Premenopause as a Life Cycle
Chapter 2—The Importance of Hormone Balance
Chapter 3—The Estrogens: Angels of Life, Angels of Death
Chapter 4—Progesterone and Progestins: The Great Protector and the Great Impostors
Chapter 5—How We Got into Xenohormone Hell and How to Get Out
Part II: When Your Body Talks, Listen
What's Causing Premenopause Syndrome Symptoms and How to Treat Them
Chapter 6—How (and Why) to Keep Your Uterus and Save Your Cervix
Chapter 7—Cycles, Follicles, and Ovaries
Chapter 8—PMS: And When She Was Good She Was Very, Very Good, and When She Was Bad She Was Horrid
Chapter 9—Tired Adrenals Equals a Tired Woman
Chapter 10—Other Premenopause Syndrome Symptoms and Solutions
Chapter 11—The Dangers of Hormonal Contraceptives
Chapter 12—The Relationship of Hormones to Breast Cancer and Other Women's Cancers
Part III: The Premenopause Balance Program
Practical Steps for Optimal Health
Chapter 13—Restoring and Maintaining Balance
Chapter 14—How Nutrition Affects Your Hormone Balance
Chapter 15—How Exercise Affects Your Hormone Balance
Chapter 16—How to Use Natural Progesterone
Chapter 17—How to Use Other Natural Hormones

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Really helped me June 10, 2015
Reviewer: Chrissy from Harrisburg, PA United States  
I read this book because my Neurologist said my daily migraines were hormone related.  My OBGYN disagreed because I was on the Birth Control pill, which regulated my hormones.

This book was so educational, a little over my head at times but I learned A LOT!!  I learned that I was very Estrogen Dominant and I have now been off my BC pill for five months and have been taking a natural Progesterone Cream that Dr. Lee recommends in the book.  My periods had not been regular since 2010 (now 2015).  Within 2 months of stopping the BC pill and starting the Natural Progesterone Cream, my period became regular.  My migraines only come the week before my period, not every day like they used to.  

I am also now on a much better daily vitamin and calcium supplement that is more tailored to my needs based on Dr. Lee's recommendations in this book.  Even better, they are natural without any synthetic chemicals and are in vegetable capsules.  

I am so happy I read this book!

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