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  Woman, An Intimate Geography
by Natalie Angier—This book is a celebration of the female body– its anatomy, its chemistry, its evolution, and its laughter...

  A New View of A Woman's Body
A Fully Illustrated Guide by the Federation of Feminist Women's Health Centers—This book celebrates the diversity and uniqueness of a woman's body by providing detailed information, images and illustrations on vulvo-vaginal self-exam, health and wellbeing.

 
  Vaginas: An Owner's Manual
by Elizabeth Topp—This empowering, sex-positive guide to womanhood is for anyone who has ever found herself uninformed or misinformed about her own machinery. Topp, a single, 20-something writer, teams up with her mother, Livoti, a seasoned gynecologist, to demystify the female reproductive system.

 
  The V Book, A Doctor's Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health
by Elizabeth G. Stewart, M.D. and Paula Spencer—Your Private Parts Shouldn't Be Private to You

 
  Sex, Lies, and Menopause : The Shocking Truth About Hormone Replacement Therapy
by T. S. Wiley—Provocative, empowering, and scientifically sound, Sex, Lies, and Menopause addresses the inherent benefits of natural progesterone, reveals the lies advanced by the medical and drug establishments, and challenges women to demand a medical future where their health comes first. The research presented here will at last allow women to create their own plan of action by safely putting themselves on the path to better health and hormonal balance at any stage of life.

 
  What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Premenopause™: Balance Your Hormones and Your Life from Thirty to Fifty
by John R. Lee—Are you a woman between 35 and 50 experiencing PMS, migraine headaches, sudden weight gain, fatigue, irritability, tender or lumpy breasts, memory loss, fibroids, or cold hands and feet? If so, you may be experiencing symptoms of premenopause. Even if you're a decade or more away from menopause, your hormones may already be out of balance, usually caused by an excess of estrogen and a deficiency of progesterone.

 
  What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause™: The Breakthrough Book on Natural Hormone Balance
by John R. Lee—This book offers the exciting facts about natural progesterone-and how it can deliver what HRT and estrogen only promise. Premenopausal symptoms, endometriosis, weight gain, low sex drive, fibrocystic breasts, heart disease, and osteoporosis-most women will experience these or other hormone-related problems. And today, millions of women concerned about aging must decide whether or not to undergo synthetic hormone replacement therapy-and suffer its side effects and increased risks of cancer. But there is revolutionary news about completely safe, natural progesterone, the only hormone supplement women may need as they age.

 
  Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health
by Toni Wechsler—This comprehensive book explains in lucid, assured terms how to practice the fertility awareness method (FAM), a natural, scientifically proven but little-known form of birth control (which is not to be confused with the woefully ineffective "rhythm" method).

 
  The Blessings of The Curse: No More Periods?
by Susan Rako—Encouraging healthy menstruating women and even teenage girls to do away with their normal menstrual cycles by dosing themselves more or less nonstop with hormones (a multi-billion-dollar-per-year industry) is, in a word, reckless. What every woman and her doctor MUST know about the actual benefits of the normal menstrual cycle—naturally lowered blood pressure, reduced risk of heart attacks and strokes, healthy bones, rhythmic stimulation of sexual desire and creativity—and about the potential hazards of menstrual suppression (heart attacks, strokes, cervical cancer, osteoporosis, depressed libido) deserves a voice. I am determined that it will have one.

 
 
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