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by Wendy Holton,Katharina Dalton

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ISBN:
0897932560
Author:
Wendy Holton,Katharina Dalton
Category:
Medicine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hunter House; Subsequent edition (March 1, 2000)
Pages:
300 pages
EPUB book:
1952 kb
FB2 book:
1936 kb
DJVU:
1396 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
211


Once A Month is a great book especially for 30-40 year old females who are having PMS symptoms or early symptoms of menopause. Dr. Dalton does a nice job explaining the benefits of progesterone.

Once A Month is a great book especially for 30-40 year old females who are having PMS symptoms or early symptoms of menopause. In my opinion, progesterone is a better choice in treating our young girls over oral contraceptive products. Too much estrogen over to many years is likely going to increase the risks of breast cancers, and oral contraceptives contain estrogens and synthetic progestins. Micronized progesterone is much safer and does a fine job in eliminating unwanted symptoms.

Katharina Dalton, Wendy Holton. Place of Publication

Katharina Dalton, Wendy Holton. Place of Publication. Trade Paperback (United Kingdom). Katharina Dalton, . In 1953, she co-authored the first medical paper on premenstrual syndrome, and shortly after opened the world's first PMS clinic in London. Country of Publication.

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Her books include: Once a Month: The Original Premenstrual Syndrome Handbook (1978) which became a best seller, and Depression after Childbirth: How to Recognize, Treat, and Prevent Postnatal Depression. After the death of her first husband, Dalton married Tom Dalton, who passed away in 1992. She had four children, Michael, Thomas, Wendy, and Maureen. Dalton also had five grandchildren, including the British MEP Daniel Dalton References.

This is a very very important book for anyone who suffers or lives with someone who suffers from severe PMS. It saved my life ) written more recently and many of them offer sound advice. In some ways she remains ahead of her time.

Coauthors & Alternates.

ISBN 9780091826789 (978-0-09-182678-9) Softcover, Arrow (Australia), 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'PMS Bible'. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing.

Dr Katharina Dalton, British gynecologist who was expert on premenstrual . PMS, Dr. Dalton argued, was brought on primarily by deficiencies of progesterone and could be alleviated with hormone therapy.

Dr Katharina Dalton, British gynecologist who was expert on premenstrual syndrome, dies at age 87 (M. She led one of the first clinics to specifically treat the symptoms, at University College Hospital in London. She also believed that the hormone could be used to ease postnatal depression.

The late Katharina Dalton and Wendy Holton. The result is a book that will be essential for many women and those around them in helping them through this difficult period. Includes many new chapters. Considers the effects on the partner, and friends and family. Depression after Childbirth. How to Recognize, Treat, and Prevent Postnatal Depression. The late Katharina Dalton and Wendy Holton.

Surveys show that 75 percent of women experience some aspect of PMS. This new edition of Once a Month discusses the most common symptoms, offers self-help strategies, and includes new information on the effects of PMS on osteoporosis.
  • Lightseeker
While there's some good advice in this book, i was a little disappointed. Dalton clearly knows her subject, but in spite of her interesting chapter on the fight to get PMS recognized as a physical, not a psychological, problem, her book treats PMS mostly from a psychological and sociological point of view. Many many pages cover relationships, impact of PMS on the family and workplace, studies of girls' school examination performance at different times of their cycles, etc. etc.
Meanwhile, real medical advice is somewhat scanty. There's a good chapter about menopause, but its relevance is marginal. Exercise is barely mentioned, and the advice about insomnia (lie peacefully and "think happy thoughts"?! That's IT?!) set my teeth on edge.
Strengths of this book: the dietary advice, for maintaining an even blood sugar level, is rather good. Niels Lauersen, in his unfortunately out-of-print "PMS" book, took a different approach, that of combining carbohydrates with protein, but Dalton's "Three-Hourly Starch Diet" might be excellent for some women's metabolisms. And the symptom section covers headaches quite well.
In other words, it depends on what you're looking for. If you are interested in researching the topic of PMS, Dalton is undeniably "the foremost authority on PMS," and the book would rate 5 stars. On a practical level, i can't give it more than 3.
  • MegaStar
I finally understand my mood swings, depression and anxiety. I'm fine for 3 weeks and then I'm not. This is one of the most helpful books on PMS. This along with the website, Progesteronetherapy.com should be top resources on how to treat PMS and peri menopause symptoms. High high doses of progesterone cream are needed.
  • Elildelm
Once A Month is a great book especially for 30-40 year old females who are having PMS symptoms or early symptoms of menopause. Dr. Dalton does a nice job explaining the benefits of progesterone. In my opinion, progesterone is a better choice in treating our young girls over oral contraceptive products. Too much estrogen over to many years is likely going to increase the risks of breast cancers, and oral contraceptives contain estrogens and synthetic progestins. Micronized progesterone is much safer and does a fine job in eliminating unwanted symptoms. This book is a must for all medical providers of hormones. It will give providers a safer choice in treating our young women.
  • Mr_Jeйson
not just same my life but my marrige. Just a bless in my family's life. Nice to know that I'm not going to die and is treatment for PMS that work.I just don't understand why Dr. don't know about this book.