Dr. Nanette Santoro weighs in on a U.S. study that suggests women who have babies and breastfeed may be less likely to go through menopause early than those who don’t have children or nurse their infants.
University of Colorado menopause expert, Nanette Santoro, MD, urges women not to fall prey to false claims of bioidentical hormone benefits and absence of risks, according to a scientific statement she coauthored for the Endocrine Society.
CAMP's philosophy recognizes that adolescent pregnancies are not the same as older-age pregnancies. The traditional care model of a doctor acting as a gatekeeper and referring for other services as they recognize needs is not appropriate for adolescent mothers. CAMP looks for those problems from the start.