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Thanks to the variety of menstrual management methods, women can now safely control the frequency and timing of their periods --while actually benefiting their health
. Just approved by the FDA, the new Pill, along with all the available monophasic pills, the ring, the patch, intrauterine devices, implants, and shots can all be used to manage menstruation. Not only can these various methods cut down periods from 13 to a couple every year, they can also prevent or treat a myriad of health problems. Supported by both Planned Parenthood and the National Women's Health Network, here at last is a revolutionary way to improve women's quality of life.
A practical, comprehensive guide to the menstrual management revolution, including:
- How safe the methods included in the FDA-approved menstrual management program are
- Why these methods can prevent painful cramps, various types of cancer, and cysts-plus treat migraines, anemia, and endometriosis
- When a period isn't a period after all-and why women don't have to have monthly "fake" periods on the Pill
- A personalized plan of menstrual management, depending on each reader's lifestyle
- The truths, myths, and frequently asked questions about menstrual management
A practical, comprehensive guide to the menstrual management revolution.
The new Pill and other available pill brands, along with the ring, the patch, intrauterine devices (IUDs), implants, and shots can all be used to manage the period. This practical, comprehensive guide to the menstrual management revolution helps women find answers to their questions about menstrual management benefits.
About the Author
Diana Kroi, M.D., graduated from Columbia University and Albany Medical College. She started as a private attending physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology in upstate New York, then began giving lectures to high school students and community women's groups. Now she is the women's health editor for Global Health Options (GHO), a growing health website, its Medical Director, and a frequent expert contributor to various online health groups.