As baby boomers hit their late forties and fifties, women are entering menopause in record numbers. Soon, for the first time in history, there will be more women beyond menopause than have yet to go through it. Yet, amazingly, getting reliable, practical information about menopause isn’t easy. Usually the only information you’re likely to find is in the glossy brochures from pharmaceutical companies scattered around your gynecologist’s waiting room. If you’re really persistent, you can hunt down an article or two in medical journals, but it’s a safe bet that you’ll be sound asleep long before you find straightforward answers even to one of your practical questions.
Whether you’re going through the change, have already been there, or are about to start off down that road, you’ll find the information you need in Menopause For Dummies. In plain English, it covers all the health issues and therapy choices that confront women during the menopausal years. It helps y ou:
Menopause For Dummies gives you accurate, up-to-date information from the most credible sources, including the latest medical studies, without a lot of technical jargon. You get straightforward advice and guidance on:
Menopause is not a disease, and it doesn’t have to be a harbinger of accelerated aging and declining health. Menopause For Dummies gives you the information you need to take charge of your menopause and make this transition as comfortable and healthy as possible.