Hormone Fluctuations May Be Responsible for Many Mood Disturbances in Women.

Jennifer Wider, M.D.
Society for Women’s Health Research
November 30, 2007
Although mood disorders and depression may occur at any age during a woman’s life, women seem to more vulnerable during times of hormonal fluctuations such as the menstrual period, pregnancy and perimenopause, according to a report released by the Society for Women’s Health Research in November.
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