One unique part of No Period. Now What? is presentation of results from the survey of over 300 women that Dr. Sykes completed. Participants were asked a variety of questions about factors leading to hypothalamic amenorrhea, steps taken to recover, and recovery success (as well as trying to get pregnant, pregnancy, and beyond.) From that survey she was able to get a much better picture of the range of women affected by missing periods.
Below you will find free downloads of information sheets that will help educate you about not having your period / hypothalamic amenorrhea / hypogonadotropic hypogonadism / female athlete triad / relative energy deficiency in sport, as well as informing others who might be interested (e.g. doctors, family members).
In addition, you can download the first chapter of NPNW, which describes the basics of hypothalamic amenorrhea, and the sixth chapter, about diagnosing hypothalamic amenorrhea versus polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a common misdiagnosis.