Reproductive Aging, An Issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780323643269, 9780323643276

Reproductive Aging, An Issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics, Volume 45-4

1st Edition

Authors: Nanette Santoro Howard Kravitz
Hardcover ISBN: 9780323643269
eBook ISBN: 9780323643276
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 7th December 2018

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Table of Contents

1. Declining Fertility With Reproductive Aging: How To Protect Your Patient’s Fertility By Knowing The Milestones 
2. Onset Of The Menopause Transition: The Earliest Signs And Symptoms 
3. Menstrual Cycle Changes As Women Approach The Final Menses: What Matters? 
4. Menstrual Cycle Hormone Changes Associated With Reproductive Aging And How They May Relate To Symptoms 
5. Vasomotor Symptoms Across The Menopause Transition: Differences Among Women 
6. Cardiovascular Implications Of The Menopause Transition: Endogenous Sex Hormones And Vasomotor Symptoms 
7. Depression During And After The Perimenopause: Impact Of Hormones, Genetics, And Environmental Determinants Of Disease
8. Sleep, Health, And Metabolism In Midlife Women And Menopause: Food For Thought 
9. Bone Health During The Menopausal Transition And Beyond 
10. Female Sexual Function At Midlife And Beyond 
11. Physical Activity And Physical Function: Moving And Aging 
12. Genitourinary Changes With Aging 
13. Cognitive Changes With Reproductive Aging, Perimenopause, And Menopause 


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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About the Authors

Nanette Santoro

Howard Kravitz