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Nuttan Tanna

PhD, MRPharmS, pharmacist consultant, women's health and older people, at North West London Hospitals NHS Trust

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  • Advising on premenstrual syndromeSubscription

    PJ, April 2013

    Case: A woman has premenstrual syndrome if she complains of recurrent psychological or somatic symptoms during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. These symptoms include irritability, aggression, bloatedness and mastalgia. 

  • What can be done to treat menopausal symptoms in breast cancer patients?Subscription

    PJ, October 2012

    Around 80 per cent of women diagnosed with breast cancer are over 50 years of age so many are likely to be menopausal. Many will have the classic vasomotor symptoms of hot flushes and sweats (see Panel 1) and may already be on hormone replacement therapy to help control

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