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Written via a 'Blue Ribbon' panel, the ebook addresses the big variety of advances in scientific perform for the climacteric in diagnostic expertise and to healing offerings. At a time while ongoing study and scientific research into using HRT in perimenopausal girls are incomplete--and whilst sure controversies stay unresolved--this precis of present opinion and data fills the necessity for authoritative reference in this subject. supplying optimum counsel in deciding upon anyone woman's chance profile, and correctly examine the possibility of healing intervention, the publication studies the organic and sensible cause of all present HRT brokers.

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Climacteric 2003;6:112–17 Morse CA, Dudley E, Guthrie J, Dennerstein L. Relationships between premenstrual complaints and perimenopausal experiences. J Psychosomat Obstet Gynecol 1998;19:182–91 Dennerstein L, Lehert P, Burger H, Dudley E. Mood and the menopausal transition. J Nerv Mental Dis 1999;187:685–91 Dennerstein L, Dudley E, Guthrie J. Empty nest or revolving door? A prospective study of women’s quality of life in midlife during the phase of children leaving and re-entering the home. Psychol Med 2002;32:545–50 McCoy NL, Matyas JR.

Source of funding: Between 1991 and 2000 research from the Victoria Health Promotion Foundation, the Public Health Research and Development Committee of the Australian National Health and Medical, the University of Melbourne, Australian Dairy Corporation, Percy Baxter Trust, H & L Hecht Trust, Estate of the late Daniel Scott, Ian Potter Foundation, Smorgan Family Trust, Leigh & Marjorie Bronwen Murray Trust, Helen M Schutt Trust, the Australasian Menopause Society, the ANZ Trustees, Eli Lilly Ltd and Pharmacia.

The Management of the Menopause. The Millennium Review. London: Parthenon Publishing, 2000:91–102 56. Creasman WT, Hoel D, DiSaia PJ. WHI: Now that the dust has settled. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003; 189:621–6 15 Natural history of menopause studies and related efforts at the National Institute on Aging, NIH 3 S. Sherman INTRODUCTION The significance of menopause in healthy aging and its role in the etiology of the chronic diseases, disorders or conditions of aging (such as osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, and cognitive decline) are highly controversial.

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