You are here

Ask Us

Activity level, Cramps and Heavy Flow

Question:

I used to be very active as a young teen and my periods were fine. Now that I'm 19 and play less sports I get really bad cramps and heavy, irregular periods. What should I do?

Life Phase:
Adolescence

What Makes Teen Cramps Come and Go?

Question:

When I get my period, all of a sudden I get a backache, a wicked headache and feel like my insides are being squeezed. How come?

Life Phase:
Adolescence

Depo Provera and Osteoporosis

Question:

I’ve been using Depo Provera and am feeling fine. Should I be worried about osteoporosis?

Life Phase:
Adolescence, Premenopause

Exercise and Skipped Periods

Question:

Am I skipping periods because I've intensified by excercise regime?

Life Phase:
Adolescence, Premenopause

Is the Pill a Smart Choice for a Conscientious Young Woman?

Question:

I'm 17 and want birth control that won't risk my future health or fertility. Should I take the Pill?

Life Phase:
Adolescence

Lost Periods Due to Stress

Question:

I am 28 years old and I haven’t menstruated for 3.5 years. What should I do?

Life Phase:
Adolescence, Premenopause

Menstrual Clots

Question:

How do I know if what I'm experiencing is blood clotting?

Menstrual Suppression (Manipulating Menstruation with Hormonal Contraception)

Question:

I’ve been reading and hearing about it—I wonder if you think I should try to get rid of my period by taking the Pill every day? Does it work? Is it safe?

Should I stop checking my own breasts?

Question:

I'm confused! For years I've been told to check my breasts each month. Recently, some cancer specialist on the news said I shouldn't bother. What's going on?

Topic:
Breast cancer

Pages

Estrogen’s Storm Season

Estrogen's Storm Season

by Dr. Jerilynn C Prior

New second edition available

Estrogen’s Storm Season will soon be available in BOTH print and eBook (Mobi and ePUB) versions!

All royalties support CeMCOR research.

It is full of lively, realistic stories with which women can relate and evidence-based, empowering perimenopause information. It was a finalist in 2006 for the Independent Publisher Book  Award in Health.

Coming soon: purchase your copy via our Amazon or Kobo storefronts!

Paperback copies (with updated insert) still available here.

Join a Study:

Get Involved

Volunteer research participants are the heart of all CeMCOR research. Participants are invited to provide feedback on study processes, to learn their own results and at the end of a study, be the first to hear what the whole study found. Please become a CeMCOR research participant—you can contribute to improving the scientific information available for daughters, friends and the wider world of women.