A Strange Period.



A Strange Period. Have you recently found that you can t figure out what the tip should be on a bill or remember how to get on the freeway Is it possible you aren t imagining that there is roughly a millisecond between the time when you realize you need to go to the bathroom and when you ve already started to go It could be that these strange symptoms happening to your mind, body, soul, and sex life are related to menopause, even if you aren t even fifty yet You could be in perimenopause the time of hormonal fluctuation leading up to menopause To put it bluntly, you know you are perimenopausal when the phrase, I laughed so hard I almost wet my pants, turns into, I laughed so hard I did wet my pants, and you didn t laugh all that hard you have the right to use the saying, not by the hair of my chinny chin chin you have, at least once, gotten so hot that you seriously considered completely stripping off every single piece of your clothing in a public place In A Strange Period, authors Cindy Singer and Sheryl Gurrentz share their own experiences as well as anecdotes told by women at the Hormonal Happy Hours they hosted They aren t afraid to discuss the gory details of the mental and physical changes they both experienced in their early forties. Read A Strange Period. – heartforum.co.uk

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A Strange Period.  By Sheryl Gurrentz IBN : 1462070167 Format : Paperback – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 180 pages
  • A Strange Period.
  • Sheryl Gurrentz
  • English
  • 15 April 2017
  • 1462070167

10 thoughts on “A Strange Period.

  1. Lisa P. says:

    Interesting to hear all the different symptoms women have But after a while it seemed like a book of complaints without much actual help or advice it was just OK.

  2. Christina says:

    I bought this book a while ago, for obvious reasons I suppose I started perimenopause a few years ago at age 39, I m 43 now I had no real idea what was going on with me and as a nurse, I needed answers that were not readily available to me This book seemed to be a lighthearted and fun way to connect with the experiences of other women exactly what I was looking for I learned sooo much and honestly, by the end of the book I felt a LOT better about what I was going through I only wish th I bought this book a while ago, for obvious reasons I suppose I started perimenopause a few years ago at age 39, I m 43 now I had no real idea what was going on with me and as a nurse, I needed answers that were not readily available to me This book seemed to be a lighthearted and fun way to connect with the experiences of other women exactly what I was looking for I learned sooo much and honestly, by the end of the book I felt a LOT better about what I was going through I only wish th...

  3. Holly says:

    fun book that really helps by showing you you aren t alone at this stage of your life I highly recommend it to any woman going through perimenopause

  4. Candice says:

    Welp I m scared shitless.

  5. Carrie says:

    I wish peri menopause made me laugh as often as A Strange Period did When it was over, though, I was muchappreciative of the process, of reading the book, that is Wish I had started it before I hit 45, though.

  6. Julia Coyte says:

    I feel better now it s not just me and I am not going insane or dying.

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