Anyone who wants to complain about what Marie Lugano of the American Menopause Foundation said about TL's may go to the following site and complain, or point out that a factual error was made.
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On March 3, 1999 Marie Lugnao of the American Menopause Foundation made the following statement in answering the question about if tubal ligations have any affect concerning perimenopause...
Marie Lugano, American Menopause Foundation at 12:24pm ET >Having a tubal ligation does not affect perimenopause. (see:http://abcnews.go.com/onair/GoodMorningAmerica/gma990303_MarieLugano_trans.html)
This statement is false and she did a great disservice to all women by making this statement.
There is a definite correlation to tubal ligations and hormone imbalances, earlier peri-menopause, and earlier menopause.
We are asking that a "correction" be made in this text.
If you would like further information please contact....
Susan J. Bucher- The Coalition for Post Tubal Women
or Dr. Vicki Hufnagel... HerBdy@aol.com
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CPTwomen members have testified in front of the IL and CA Court, the IL Gov. Task Force, the Sunset Review Committee, (Senator Liz Figueroa), NOW, and more. What occurred has been made a matter of public record. The CPTwomen are making public the issues which millions of other women have faced in silence. Issues such as women are not informed at the time of their tubal ligation that there is a risk of hormonal imbalance occurring. For the CPTwomen to continue its mission to move this issue to the forefront of government, we must ask for a small contribution/subscription fee from all those who wish to communicate with us and participate at the Coalition's Bulletin Board