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Menopause and Perimenopause Research

By a collection of menopause topics.

The use of complementary and alternative medications by menopausal women in South East Queensland.
Womens Health Issues. 2004 Sep-Oct;14(5):165-71.

Severity of menopausal symptoms and use of both conventional and complementary/alternative therapies.
Menopause. 2003 Nov-Dec;10(6):507-15.

Is there a menopausal syndrome? Menopausal status and symptoms across racial/ethnic groups.
Society of Scientific Medicine. 2001 Feb;52(3):345-56.

Use of complementary and alternative medicine among women in New York City: a pilot study.
Journal of Alternative Complementary Medicine. 2001 Dec;7(6):659-66.

Prevalence of and satisfaction with complementary therapies and hormone replacement therapy in a specialist menopause clinic.
Climacteric. 2001 Sep;4(3):250-6.

Alternative treatments for menopausal symptoms. Qualitative study of women's experiences.
Can Fam Physician. 1998 Jun;44:1271-6. Erratum in: Can Fam Physician 1998 Aug;44:1598.

Complementary and alternative medicine use by women after completion of allopathic treatment for breast cancer.
Alternative Therapy Health Medicine. 2004 Jan-Feb;10(1):52-7.

Association of complementary and alternative medicine use, demographic factors, and perimenopausal symptoms in a multiethnic sample of women: the ENDOW study.
Fam Community Health. 2003 Jan-Mar;26(1):74-83.

A population based survey of women's experience of the menopause.
British Journal of Obstetrics Gynecology. 1996 Oct;103(10):1025-8.

Perceptions of alternative therapies available for women facing hysterectomy or menopause.
Journal Women Aging. 2001;13(4):21-37.

Ethnic differences in use of complementary and alternative medicine at midlife: longitudinal results from SWAN participants.
American Journal of Public Health. 2002 Nov;92(11):1832-40.

Menopausal transitions, symptoms and country of birth: the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health.
Aust NZ Journal of Public Health. 2002 Dec;26(6):563-70.

The profile of women who consult alternative health practitioners in Australia.
Medical Journal of Australia. 2003 Sep 15;179(6):297-300.

Relationship between psychosocial factors and health behaviours for women experiencing menopause.
International Journal of Nursing Pract. 2002 Oct;8(5):265-73.

Patterns of complementary and alternative medicine use in ED patients and its association with health care utilization.
American Journal of Emerg Medicine. 2004 May;22(3):187-91.

A comprehensive approach to the menopause: so far, one size should fit all.
Obstetrics Gynecology Survey 2001 Oct;56(10):642-9. Review.

What do women think about menopause? A qualitative study of women's expectations, apprehensions and knowledge about the climacteric period.
International Nursing Review. 2003 Jun;50(2):109-18.

Sex differences in motives for use of complementary and alternative medicine among cancer patients.
Alternative Therapy Health Medicine. 2004 Sep-Oct;10(5):58-64.

Menopause in Australia and Japan: effects of country of residence on menopausal status and menopausal symptoms.
Climacteric. 2004 Jun;7(2):165-74.

Menopausal women: perceiving continuous power through the experience of regular exercise.
Journal Clinical Nursing 2004 May;13(4):447-54.


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