Perimenopause Bibliography

This Perimenopause Bibliography will grow with time so check back.

Answers to the number one question:
How to Find a Doctor trained in perimenopause

Names and Titles are links.

There are several MDs that share a tremendous amount of information through their books, blogs, podcasts and social media accounts:

Dr. Kelly Caperson
Dr. Mary Claire Haver
Dr. Louise Newsom

Basic Scientific Breakdown of Perimenopause/Menopause:
Mayo Clinic

This medical society trains doctors and offers women a wealth of resources, including standard of care practices:
North American Menopause Society

Its Harvard:
MGH CENTER for Womens Mental Health

This resource was created by a network of scientist and doctors dedicated to educating women about perimenopause/menopause
My MenoPlan

A great book to start with is: The Menopause Manifesto


The Daily

Your Fifty and your body is changing its time for a talk

As Menopause Nears be aware that it can trigger depression and anxiety too

Links to Articles and Abstracts:

The Menopause Transition: Signs, Symptoms, and Management Options

Symptom interference with work and relationships during the menopausal transition and early postmenopause: observations from the Seattle Midlife Women’s Health Study

Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Menopause

Depression and menopause symptoms go together

Women have been mislead about menopause

Hormone therapy, long shunned for a possible breast cancer link, is now seen as a short-term treatment for menopause symptoms