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One of the most helpful guides ever regarding the premenopause condition. A gallant stride towards battling the aggravating hormonal demons that plague many women PRIOR to menopause. Helped me to put many issues such as depressive angst, moodiness, anxiety, sleeplessness and resultant fatigue to rest! Most enlightening and encouraging!
"I'm too young for menopause-so why do I feel like this?"
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 even menopause-and 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. In this book Dr. Lee, now with a women's health expert Jesse Hanley, M.D., brings you a revolutionary nonprescription "Balance Program" to retore your gynecological health, engery, and sex drive-and even slow the aging process before menopause, and beyond.
Jody C. (unitedfront) reviewed What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About(TM): Premenopause, Balance Your Hormones and Your Life from Thirty to Fifty on
Helpful Score: 4
I really appreciated this book. It helped me to know that I am not crazy and other women have navigated these issues and survived. I only wish that more mainstream medical care professionals would read this book. I'd love to have a doctor like Dr. Lee but so many "natural" practitioners do not accept insurance and many times this is why patients don't seek them out. It is hard to justify paying for health insurance and natural health care too. Nevertheless, the book is a great read. It helps us to understand how the symptoms we experience can be resolved naturally and how our bodies function.