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Polycystic Ovaries Syndrome

Polycystic ovaries (also called Stein-Leventhal syndrome or PCOS) is a condition associated with multiple cysts on or in the ovaries. Every month, during a normal menstrual cycle, the ovaries will produce follicles that contain the eggs which are released.

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Soya Benefits

Soya is a food source rich in genistein and daidzein, two phytoestrogens.  They have a significant oestrogenic effect and are thought to help regulate hormonal imbalances in women.  It has also been claimed that they can help to prevent osteoporosis and recent research in Italy has suggested that taking daily supplements for a period of three months can halve the number of hot flushes suffered.

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Too many hysterectomies?

A new report from Canada has suggested that too many women, especially those living outside big centres, are having hysterectomies when often another, less invasive treatment would solve their medical problems.

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8 tips to beat the menopause

Check out our eight top tips to beat the menopause without resorting to HRT: Eat a variety of foods and increase your intake of plant foods.  This increases the number of different phyto chemicals you ingest and decreases the likelihood…

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Website References

The references listed on this page refer to the work within the original web site only, please note that the information on the website has been updated, added to and amended over the years.  For a full list of all…

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Bibliography

The bibliography listed on this page refers to the work within the WWW site only. For a full list of all material used in the study, please contact me.Bailey, J; HRT and Cardio-Protection: Unravelling the Tangled Web; European Menopause Journal…

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On Osteoporosis

Researchers in New Zealand and Minneapolis (US) have found that women who turn grey before they are 40 and who are very slim, may be at an increased risk of osteoporosis. Indications are that premature loss of hair may also…

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Breast Tumour Growth

It is widely known that breast tumours grow more quickly when they are exposed to oestrogen, women becoming pregnant are thus exposed to extra oestrogen. However a recent Danish study has claimed that pregnancy after breast cancer treatment does not…

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