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The Centre for Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation Research is an accessible research centre with a mandate to distribute information directly to women about changes through the life cycle, from adolescence to menopause. CeMCOR'S goal is to do good science that honours the voices and experiences of women. It is the only centre in North America that focuses on ovulation and the causes for and consequences of ovulation disturbances. Learn more about CeMCOR »

Recent News, Articles & Tools

NEWS: Article published - Inadequate progesterone despite normal estrogen is associated with bone loss.

The CeMCOR research team is excited to announce the publication of the article - "Negative Spinal Bone Mineral Density Changes and Subclinical Ovulatory Disturbances--Prospective Data in Healthy Premenopausal Women With Regular Menstrual Cycles" in the highly ranked journal Epidemiologic Reviews. Read more...

Heavy, Unpredictable Flow in a Teenager—Rethinking The Pill

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my mom made me go to the doctor I'm 15 and don't get my periods on time and when it comes it's so heavy!!!!!. I got an order for The Pill. I'm not having sex so WHY WOULD I TAKE IT????? Read more...

NEWS: LIKE our new Facebook page

We've changed our Facebook page to better represent CeMCOR. Click here and LIKE our new page! Read more...

Update - NOW RECRUITING CANADA-WIDE: Perimenopausal Hot Flush Study

Hot and botheredResearch Study Participants needed:
Hot and bothered? Are you a woman suffering from hot flushes or night sweats?
CeMCOR invites perimenopausal women 35 to 58 who have menstruated within the past 12 months to participate in our Perimenopausal Hot Flush Study. Read more...

Now Available! The Estrogen Errors: Why Progesterone Is Better for Women's Health

In this revealing work, Dr. Jerilynn Prior teams up with Susan Baxter, a medical writer, to explain the controversy over medicine prescribing estrogen for perimenopausal women in the United States, and to detail why progesterone is actually a far more effective, and a far less risk-ridden, approach. Read more...

Estrogen’s Storm Season

This fiction book begins as eight frustrated midlife women—from all walks of life—meet Dr. Kailey Madrona, a woman specialist. Read more...
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my mom made me go to the doctor I'm 15 and don't get my periods on time and when it comes it's so heavy!!!!!. I got an order for The Pill. I'm not having sex so WHY WOULD I TAKE IT????? Read more...

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