Resource Guide for Menstrual Disorders
by Amy Scholten, MPH
ACOG—The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
409 12th Street SW
PO Box 70620
Washington, DC 20024-9998
This site provides information on women’s health issues (including menstrual disorders), educational materials for patients and professionals, news, and a bookstore.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine
1209 Montgomery Highway
Birmingham, AL 35216-2809
This organization offers a range of resources for patients, including FAQs, booklets, and fact sheets.
Office on Women's Health
Department of Health and Human Services
200 Independence Avenue,SW
Washington, DC 20201
Here you'll find articles, news releases, and fact sheets for consumers and professionals on a variety of women’s health issues, including menstrual disorders.
Last reviewed February 2021 by EBSCO Medical Review Board
Last Updated: 3/10/2021
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