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Correlation of Psychiatric Symptomatology and the Menstrual Cycle in an Outpatient Population
THEODORE J. JACOBS; EDWARD CHARLES
Am J Psychiatry 1970;126:1504-1508.
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Assistant professor of psychiatry, Department of psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Pelham Pkwy. South and Eastchcster Rd., Bronx, N.Y. 10461

Research assistant, Department of psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Pelham Pkwy. South and Eastchcster Rd., Bronx, N.Y. 10461

1970, American Psychiatric Association

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The authors studied the menstrual histories of 200 patients who had sought psychiatric help in order to determine the phase in which they came for help. The results demonstrated that the menstrual period, the premenstrual phase, and the midcycle intervals were the times of peak psychiatric contact. The authors discuss the significance of these findings to the management of certain types of psychiatric patients.

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