Coping with PMT: Premenstrual symptoms and how to deal with them by Jim Dornan | NOOK Book (eBook) | Barnes & Noble
Coping with PMT: Premenstrual symptoms and how to deal with them

Coping with PMT: Premenstrual symptoms and how to deal with them

by Jim Dornan
     
 

When thirty-six-year-old working mum Penny came to see gynaecologist Jim Dornan about her premenstrual symptoms, she was at the end of her tether. In Coping with PMT, Jim discusses the physical effects of modern family planning, the contraceptive pill and hormone therapy, and you’ll discover how Jim helped Penny to overcome her problems and

Overview

When thirty-six-year-old working mum Penny came to see gynaecologist Jim Dornan about her premenstrual symptoms, she was at the end of her tether. In Coping with PMT, Jim discusses the physical effects of modern family planning, the contraceptive pill and hormone therapy, and you’ll discover how Jim helped Penny to overcome her problems and transform her life.


This story was originally published as ‘It’s my hormones, doctor’ in Jim Dornan’s bestselling book An Everyday Miracle: Delivering Babies, Caring for Women.


Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780856403286
Publisher:
Blackstaff Press, The
Publication date:
03/21/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
19
File size:
396 KB

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Meet the Author

Professor Jim Dornan, author of An Everyday Miracle: Delivering Babies, Caring for Women, is one of the UK’s most respected gynaecologists and obstetricians. He has over forty years experience in his field and was Director of Fetal Medicine at the Royal Maternity Hospital in Belfast for twenty years. He holds chairs at both Queen’s University Belfast and the University of Ulster, is a past Senior Vice President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and continues to be active in the field of international women’s health.

Jim lives and continues to practice medicine in his hometown of Belfast, and is president of TinyLife, the premature babies charity for Northern Ireland, which he helped to found in 1988. He is the father of actor Jamie Dornan. 

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