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Menopause A to Z by Warwick Carter

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Menopause A to Z
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Publisher: Medwords
Number of pages: 53

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A simple guide to the menopause, its investigations, stages, complications, treatment, anatomy, and terminology. Once a woman passes her menopause, her ovaries will no longer produce eggs, her monthly periods will cease, and no more female hormones will be manufactured.

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