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Further Reading

This section is intended to help support with publications which have helped myself and others along the adeonomyosis journey, and I wanted to share these details with you:-

About Choices: -

  • Misinformed Consent: Women's Stories About Unnecessary Hysterectomy Lise Cloutier-Steele ISBN-10: 9780970090867; ISBN-13: 978-0970090867

  • 101 Handy Hints for a Happy Hysterectomy by Linda Parkinson-Hardman - published by The Hysterectomy Association ISBN:09532445-3-9

About General Good Food/Hormone Control Advice: -

  • The Hormone Diet: Lose Fat, Gain Strength, Live Younger Longer, Natasha Turner, ISBN-10: 1605294020 ISBN-13: 978-1605294025

  • Endometriosis: A Key to Healing And Fertility Through Nutrition: Michael Vernon, Dian Shepperson Mills: Books ISBN: -10: 0007133103 13: 978-0007133109


  • Screaming to be Heard: Hormonal Connections Women Suspect, and Doctors Ignore: Hormone Connections Women Suspect...and Doctors Still Ignore by Elizabeth Lee Vliet Publisher: M. Evans& Co Inc; 1st Edition edition 29 Nov 1995 ISBN-10: 0871317842 ISBN-13: 978-0871317841

  • Women, Weight and Hormones: A Weight Loss Plan for Women Over 40: A Weight Loss Plan for Women Over 35 by Elizabeth Lee Vliet Publisher: M. Evans& Co Inc (27 Aug 2001) ISBN-10: 0871319322 ISBN-13: 978-0871319326

  • The Savvy Woman's Guide to Testosterone: How to Revitalize Your Sexuality, Strength and Stamina Publisher: Her Place Press 30 April 2005 ISBN-10: 1933213000 ISBN-13: 978-1933213002

  • It's My Ovaries, Stupid! by by Elizabeth Lee Vliet Publisher: M. Evans& Co Inc 2007 ISBN-10: 1933213035 ISBN-13: 1933213033

  • Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologist's Recovering Well Leaflet

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