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Re: [IP] women cycles and basal rates



Yes it does.  I have seen it a few other places as well.  Maybe this is one more
of those various education of medical professionals problems.

email @ redacted wrote:

> In a message dated 99-03-18 18:17:10 EST, you write:
>
> << I maintain that it is hormonal.  But until the "medical
>  professionals" take this into account and agree that the hormones are the
>  underlying cause, there won't be any official statements coming from them. >>
> It is hormonal. Estrogen and progesterone are rising after ovulation. If
> pregnancy does not take place, the progestrone levels drop and menses starts.
> i so not hav a medical resource handy, but a book called "The Diabetic Woman"
> does explain some of this (so I am told) I don't have a copy to verify this.
> Sorry about that.
> Barbara B.
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