Menopause: A Guide for Women & Those Who Love Them

Menopause Book


Over the years scores of physicians have recommended this book to their patients, and thousands of readers (both women and men) have found its advice beneficial.

Published 1992, (431 pp.) Norton. Paperback $24.95

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Now in paperback, the revised edition includes several new chapters exploring such crucial women's health topics as the importance of good nutrition and exercise, overcoming smoking and obesity, and the pros and cons of hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

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Learn About These Important Topics In This Book:

      Sexuality in Menopausal Years

      Nutrition and Exercise


      Body Changes at Menopause


      What Men should know, Changes in Their Sexuality

Physicians and Reviewers comment:

"This book is very special... provides readable information and anticipates many of the questions that a woman might ask or should ask. Practical and useful, it is a wonderful book."
Florence P. Haseltine, M.D., National Institute of Health

"Extraordinary depth of information. Beautifully easy to read. A necessity for every health care provider or woman who is approaching menopause...impressively current."
Isaac Schiff, M.D. Chair, Dept. of Gynecology, Harvard Medical School

"This is a wonderful book providing updated and current information. It removes the myths of menopause and allows patients and their male partners a fresh understanding of this significant change...this is a book that I believe all women and the men who love them would benefit reading. It will be used heavily in my practice."
Charles B. Hammond, M.D. Chair, Dept. of OB.GYN, Duke University Medical Center

"Recommended reading: Written by two ideal authorities on the subject - a renowned reproductive endocrinologist and a research obstetrician and gynecologist"
Alan Bonsteel, M.D Author of Stay Young, Start Now: A Family Doctor’s Guide to More Energy, Less Stress and Better Sex. Copyright Celestial Arts. 2000

An invaluable resource offering heavily cited research for maturing women and their partners, this book is a comprehensive guide to the changes in lifestyle, as well as in body, that menopause brings. When the first edition of the book was published in 1983, reviewers hailed it as the most authoritative and accessible volume ever written on menopause and the general health and well-being of menopausal women.

Over the years scores of physicians have recommended this book to their patients, and thousands of readers (both women and men) have found its advice beneficial. This book contains a glossary of terms, an index, a bibliography, dietary tables, health charts, and a preface for men.


The Women's Health Initiative (WHI) investigated two synthetic hormones combined in a single pill and has shown that such use increases certain risks. Consequent to this investigation, the FDA has issued severe warnings about ALL hormonal therapies. Dr. Cutler believes that both polarities ignore the natural rhythm of the feminine cycle.

In Menopause a Guide for Women and Those who Love Them, readers will discover that such a non-cyclic regimen of synthetic, rather than natural human equivalent hormones was "not recommended" long before the Women's Health Intitiative began. Instead, studies showed that "natural" estrogens appeared to be safer than synthetic estrogens. (pp.131, 250 of Menopause...)

For those who may want to consider Hormonal Therapy, Menopause: A Guide.. teaches vital information about understanding body signals to help guide titrating the dose under the supervision of a savvy physician. For those who do not want to use hormonal therapy, information about health practices that will help answer their questions as well.

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