The truth behind menopause, estrogen replacement, and aging beautifully are revealed in Mastering Menopause - A Doctor's Candid Guide to Estrogen Hormone Therapy. Dr. Masters explains how hormone harmony helps every woman journey to the sunny side of menopause.
What's it all about?
A Doctor's Candid Guide to Estrogen Hormone Therapy
MASTERING MENOPAUSE Book
Look better... Sleep Better... Feel better
Lose weight... Tether your bladder... Enjoy sex again
Revamp outdated beliefs & Kiss menopause martyrdom goodbye!
Diamonds may be a girl's best friend,
Nothing takes care of a woman like estrogen!
About the Book:
Every woman goes through menopause. While over 75% of menopausal Ob-Gyn physicians take estrogen replacement, only 5% of their menopausal patients use hormones. Why are these doctors leveraging estrogen's power for symptom relief, health maintenance, and disease prevention? What do these doctors know that the rest of us may not be aware of?
In this authoritative and reassuring guide to estrogen hormone therapy, Dr. Masters candidly shares her insights into how estrogen safely and effectively alleviates menopausal symptoms, and she explains how estrogen helps prevent many chronic diseases that cripple older women.
For years, menopause hormone therapy has been clouded by controversy and misinformation. Dr. Masters clarifies all aspects of menopause, perimenopause, premenopause, and postmenopause, including estrogen deficiency, bioidentical hormones, hot flashes and night sweats, sexuality and libido, adding "a touch of testosterone," vaginal dryness, weight gain, skin wrinkles, breast cancer, osteoporosis, bladder incontinence, blood clots, heart disease, Alzheimer's dementia, strokes, and other age-related issues. Comprehensive and enlightening, this is timely reading for women of all ages.
About the Author:
Emine Cay Masters, M.D., is a Georgetown-educated physician and a board-certified gynecologist, who has been taking care of menopausal women for over 30 years. She established a menopause specialty center in northern Virginia, where she was an Associate Clinical Professor of Ob-Gyn at George Washington Medical School in Washington, D.C. She went on to become the Medical Director of the Women's Health Clinic at the Veterans Administration (VA) hospital in Asheville, NC. She now lives in Florida and is a volunteer physician at a community free clinic.