What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About PREmenopause

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Balance Your Hormones and Your Life from Thirty to Fifty:
by John R. Lee, M.D., Jesse Hanley, M.D. and Virginia Hopkins

Warner Books, 1999 (395 Pages)

Here's where to find the Table of Contents for this unique book with real solutions from John R. Lee, M.D. for PMS, fibroids, fibrocystic breasts, weight gain, fatigue, endometriosis, irregular or heavy periods, infertility, miscarriage, and other premenopausal hormone imbalance symptoms, in detail. He also covers the topics of stress, birth control pills, hysterectomy and cancer. Many case histories are included, and Dr. Hanley adds a new dimension to this book by addressing the emotional issues of premenopause symptoms as well as the use of herbs and nutritional supplements to treat symptoms.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Forewards
Introduction

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 Balancer and the Great Imposters

Chapter 5
How We Got Into Xenohormone Hell and How to Get Out

PART II: WHEN YOUR BODY TALKS, LISTEN
What's Causing Premenpause Symptoms and How to Treat Them

Chapter 6
How 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 Horrible

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

>PART IV:
RECOMMENDED READING, RESOURCES and REFERENCES