Menopause has a medical name, and its medical name is hypogonadism.
hypogonadism is unhealthy.
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Most people think of women’s ovaries as only useful for childbearing. The
truth is, the ovaries have many functions vital to our health, including an
integral role in sexual satisfaction, quality of sleep, overall mood, and in
protecting us from breast cancer, colon cancer, and heart disease. When ovaries
run out of eggs and fail, which is what happens at menopause, our bodies are
left far more vulnerable to these diseases and with significantly reduced sexual
function. In short, menopause is the female form of castration. That is not an
exaggeration; it is simple medical truth. The information needed to prevent or
delay menopause for at least thirty years, thus improving our sex lives, overall
health, and reducing our heart, colon, and breast disease risk as we age is
available, but no one's telling us about it.
It’s time to become informed and to tell ourselves and our doctors the truth:
Menopause is hazardous to our health and we deserve to know our options. Our
ovaries are not dispensable and we will no longer accept their failure as our
To make menopause optional by ensuring that women and their doctors have access
to the information they need to prevent menopause (ovarian failure), and to provide
information to re-create ovarian hormone ratio as closely as possible for women
who have already suffered ovarian failure (menopause).
KING 5 TV's Jean Enersen had to say about Preventing Menopause
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Preventing Menopause to your doctor or health care provider.
Here's what people are saying about Preventing Menopause: How to
Stop Menopause Before it Starts:
“I hope women and their loved ones use the information in this book to help them make a reasoned, informed plan that will address what is
happening to them in this often difficult time.” — Dr. Elena A. Christofides, Endocrinologist (from the Foreword)
“Beth Rosenshein continues to work hard to further clarify the poorly understood area of ovarian function. Her tireless
research raises excellent questions about the effectiveness of our current medical options. It is a big step forward toward
addressing questions that will help us customize care in order to achieve better quality of life for women in the second half
of their lives.” — Dr. Scott Eberly, Internal Medicine, Bellevue, WA
“Preventing Menopause opens up several new doors in the exploration of women’s health. It offers women more choices
in how they want to experience menopause. I highly recommend this book to those who are experiencing pre and menopausal
related symptoms.” — Libby Yuskaitis, RN, BSN