Reproductive Aging, An Issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics, 1st Edition

Authors :
Nanette Santoro & Howard Kravitz
Date of Publication: 12/2018
In consultation with Consulting Editor Dr. William Rayburn,  Dr. Santor and Dr. Kravitz have put together an issue that comprehensively covers age-related  changes in women. Their authors, from well-respected institutions, have contributed ...view more
In consultation with Consulting Editor Dr. William Rayburn,  Dr. Santor and Dr. Kravitz have put together an issue that comprehensively covers age-related  changes in women. Their authors, from well-respected institutions, have contributed review articles on the following topics:  Declining fertility with reproductive aging: How to protect your patient’s fertility by knowing the milestones;  Onset of the transition into menopause: What are the earliest signs; Menstrual cycle changes as women approach the final menses: What matters; Menstrual cycle hormone changes and how they may link to symptoms; Symptom progression across the transition: Not all women are created equal; Cardiovascular implications of vasomotor symptoms and the menopausal transition;     Depression and perimenopause :Hormones, genetics and environmental determinants of disease; Sleep, health, and metabolism: Food for thought; Bone health during the menopausal transition and beyond; Sexuality in midlife and beyond; Physical function –moving and aging; Genitourinary changes with aging; and Cognitive changes with reproductive aging, perimenopause, and menopause.  Readers will come away with the latest clinical information they need to treat these patients and improve outcomes.
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In consultation with Consulting Editor Dr. William Rayburn,  Dr. Santor and Dr. Kravitz have put together an issue that comprehensively covers age-related  changes in women. Their authors, from well-respected institutions, have contributed review articles on the following topics:  Declining fertility with reproductive aging: How to protect your patient’s fertility by knowing the milestones;  Onset of the transition into menopause: What are the earliest signs; Menstrual cycle changes as women approach the final menses: What matters; Menstrual cycle hormone changes and how they may link to symptoms; Symptom progression across the transition: Not all women are created equal; Cardiovascular implications of vasomotor symptoms and the menopausal transition;     Depression and perimenopause :Hormones, genetics and environmental determinants of disease; Sleep, health, and metabolism: Food for thought; Bone health during the menopausal transition and beyond; Sexuality in midlife and beyond; Physical function –moving and aging; Genitourinary changes with aging; and Cognitive changes with reproductive aging, perimenopause, and menopause.  Readers will come away with the latest clinical information they need to treat these patients and improve outcomes.

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By Nanette Santoro and Howard Kravitz