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Spotting Before Periods

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I’m a 36-year old woman and basically healthy but I keep having spotting before my flow. Is the Pill my only option?

What does a "regular cycle" mean?

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After being part of the Menstruation and Ovulation study I got to thinking - what does it mean to have a regular cycle?

Life Phase:
Adolescence, Premenopause

PCOS (AAE) and Insulin Resistance

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I was diagnosed with PCOS and put on Diane 35. Even though I'm exercising I'm still gaining weight. What do I do?

Androgen Excess

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Since I went off the Diane, my skin has gotten extremely bad and I have severe acne concentrated on my chin. Should I got back on the pill?

Life Phase:
Adolescence, Premenopause

Can we Prevent Anovulatory Androgen Excess (aka PCOS)?

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I've struggled with PCOS since my teens and now I'm worried because I see my daughter following the same pattern. Is there any way that we can stop her from getting PCOS?

Life Phase:
Adolescence, Premenopause

Heavy, Unpredictable Flow in a Teenager - Rethinking The Pill

Question:

I don't get my periods on time and got an order for The Pill. I'm not having sex so why would I take it?

Life Phase:
Adolescence

Am I Skipping Periods Because of Too Much Exercise?

Question:

Do you think that too much exercise is causing my infrequent periods?

Life Phase:
Adolescence, Premenopause

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Estrogen’s Storm Season: Stories of Perimenopause

Estrogen's Storm Season

by Dr. Jerilynn C Prior

New second edition available

Estrogen’s Storm Season is now available in BOTH print and eBook (Mobi and ePUB) versions!

All royalties support CeMCOR research.

It is full of lively, realistic stories with which women can relate and evidence-based, empowering perimenopause information. It was a finalist in 2006 for the Independent Publisher Book Award in Health.

Purchase your ebook copy via our Amazon Kindle or
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Paperback copies (with updated insert) still available here.

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