i just found out that the national institute of health (NIHinfo@od.nih.gov) convened a panel in 2005 to study meopause in women & found \"no clear link that mood swings comes from menopause & so hormone treatment will fail\".
dont believe their bologna! menopause can create mood swings & hormone treatment does rid it! i emailed them my reply on this (& you\'re encouraged to do the same) saying, \"millions & millions of female patients report these 2 things to be facts--coincidences dont occurr *that* often--that\'s mathematically impossible!! so what if some doctors are *disagreeing with their patients*--who knows best about their body--the patient or the doctor??--the patient knows best about their own body & if it responds to hormone treatment!! please stop your ignoring & dismissal of womens health issues--this is typical of the medical establishment to do this, like the fact that *men* are usually the persons involved in heart studies (not women) yet women get heart treatments anyway, despite the fact that women bodys are different biologically like with hormone levels & such! you need to *stop* discounting women in medical health studies & also *stop* downplaying and/or claiming that womens health issues are either \"mental\" or some \"other disorder\" (as if they\'re not in touch with their own bodys & have no clue what\'s up)!!\"
so, if you come upon this NIH 2005 study about menopause, discount it for your own good or you\'ll suffer for their stupidity!
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