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Friday, April 30, 2010

Menopause In An Hour - Review and DVD Give Away!

I was so excited to have the opportunity to review the DVD set "Menopause In An Hour" and "What's Up With You Know Who?"  with Dr. Tara Allmen, a National Certified Menopause Practitioner and Board Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist.

As someone who faced menopause within two years of having their first child, this DVD  would have answered all my questions when that transition began. Being up to my neck in diapers at the time would have made this DVD an ideal solution. It's the next best thing to a one-on-one appointment with a Menopause Specialist with the added benefit of me choosing when that appointment was going to be.  

If you are a woman, this is the information you need whether you are facing a surgical or  natural transition into menopause or are now post menopausal.

In "Menopause In An Hour", Dr. Allmen covers what you need to know so you can enjoy more health and happiness regardless of where you fall within that cycle. If you are experiencing the symptoms of perimenopause or menopause, this DVD is a must see!

The most up-to-date treatment options are explained along with simple lifestyle changes that could help reduce or eliminate your symptoms. You will learn when to seek medical treatment and the latest information on the pros and cons of prescriptions and bio-identical hormones.

Also included is a segment on how to prepare for an appointment with your own physician, what you need to know and what questions to ask. Everything is presented in an easy-to-understand and humorous manner by Dr. Allmen herself and all in an Hour!

The inside cover of the DVD case holds a 45-page companion guide "Symptoms & Solutions" where you can record and keep track of your symptoms and activities and easily review the information contained on the DVD.
The second DVD, "What's Up With You Know Who?" is for your family, mainly the man in your life. Dr. Allmen walks them through the ups and downs of menopause, what they can expect and better yet, how they can be supportive!

Want more information?

Visit where you can order these DVDs

Better yet!  You can win them here! The kind folks at Menopause In An Hour have offered to ship a copy of both DVDs to one of you. Here's how you can enter to win:

Leave one comment for each of the following entry requirements:

Be A Follower of my Blog - 1 Entry/Comment
Grab My Button with a link back to me - 3 Entries/Comments
Blog about this Giveaway with a link back to this post - 5 Entries/Comments

Giveaway begins NOW and ends Thursday, May 6 at midnight CST. Winner will be announced shortly thereafter. Open to USA and Canadian residents only.

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Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

Headed to the site right now...Looks like a great book...I am a follower...

Posh Totty said...

Could of done with one of those last year myself, although probably bit late for me now. I had an early menopause at the age of 34 after trying very unsuccessfully to conceive for five years, it's been nearly a year now so guess I'm pretty much used to it now.

Diney said...

Hi from Diney. Ah - it's only open to Mums in USA and Canada - what a shame. Never mind, I don't have any symptoms unless I DO forget to take my HRT, as I say on my blog!

Lovely to have you pop over - see you soon! x

Liz Mays said...

I really hate that I'm nearly to this point and will get use out of this! I follow you!

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Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

My hormones are saying: "GIVE ME THAT BOOK NOW!!!"

But I'd never say that: I'm too polite to yell on a blog.

Debbiedoos said...

Well I am a follower, actually just had a hot flash as I am typing, seriously! Sign me up, I need some info, but do I really want to know? UGH!

You've Got Style© said...

BOTH of US are going through it and it bad, would really appreciate these books.


Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

I am a follower and could probably use these DVDs. I hope I am nearing the end of perimenopause and so far without prescriptions.

gayle said...

I am a faithful follower!! I hope my menopause doens't get any worse!!

kanishk said...

I had an early menopause at the age of 34 after trying very unsuccessfully to conceive for five years, it's been nearly a year now so guess I'm pretty much used to it now.
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You've Got Style© said...

Definetly been a roller coaster ride for both us, sounds like the DVD's would be a HUGE help,

Now if we can just have a DVD on how to deal with the male version of menopause, lol,

debbie said...

I don't like thinking that I am getting close to this, but I can think of at least one thing I won't miss.
I am a gfc follower.

Vigabo said...

I'm way beyond menopause ... 14 years past, but that other DVD about my hubby .. well now, that might be worth winning!

You've Got Style© said...

I don't know how you did Deb, a baby and full blown menopause ! Just perimenopause is taking it's toll on me, so these DVD's would be very helpful.


Team JC said...

I haven't slept since April 09. I would love to win this!! Thanks for the chance! I am following you!

schaefer7382 (at) aol (dot) com

Debbie said...

I'm a follower on GFC as well as someone who is entering this phase of life with hot flashes, tears, and not a whole lot of sleep! Help!


Anita said...

I'm happy to see our feisty friend, Menopause, coming out of the closet more and more these days. We can get to know her and learn how to "relate" to her better. :)
Good info.

Susan said...

I started going through menopause 2 years ago. That is about the same time we moved. With no health insurance I have just been measuring the days by the number of hot flashes. I am open to any information I can find!

Menopausal New Mom Follower via Google

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Nancy said...

This sounds very helpful and informative.

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