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19 02, 2020

Hormones and Weight Gain

By |2020-02-19T15:25:07+00:00February 19, 2020|Hormone Levels, Womens Health|

When women consider hormone replacement, one of the factors they need to consider is the potential for weight gain. Weight gain can result from low levels (not doing hormone replacement) as well as high doses of hormones. If replacement is not done with knowledge of this possibility and how to [...]

23 01, 2020

Estrogen and Progesterone Levels Linked to Libido

By |2020-01-23T18:07:00+00:00January 23, 2020|Sex Drive, Womens Health|

Libido or sexual desire is a good indicator of overall health. The presence of libido or lack thereof can indicate someone’s mental and physical functioning. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) has been shown to affect up to 10% US women and thought to be the most common form of female [...]

4 01, 2020

Is Hormone Replacement Therapy Safe?

By |2020-01-04T17:58:00+00:00January 4, 2020|BHRT, Womens Health|

Hormone replacement therapy can effectively control and eliminate symptoms related to hormone depletion such as hot flashes, headaches, dry skin, night sweats, fatigue, vaginal dryness, mood fluctuations and sleep disturbances. Albeit some of these general symptoms can arise from other underlying issues, an evaluation of hormone levels should be a [...]

30 10, 2019

Symptoms of Low Estrogen in Women

By |2019-10-30T20:22:44+00:00October 30, 2019|Estrogen, Womens Health|

The most common condition associated with low estrogen levels is menopause. Menopause is defined as the cessation of the menstrual cycle for 12 months. In the US, the average age of menopause is 51.4 years of age. In menopause, the brain sends signals to the ovarian follicle to make estrogen [...]

3 04, 2018

Symptoms of Hormone Imbalances in Women

By |2018-04-03T09:00:05+00:00April 3, 2018|Depression, Hormone Levels, Menopause|

Most women experience hormone imbalances at some point during their lifetime. For a few people these imbalances begin at menarche (first menstruation) and continue most of their lifetime. For others, the imbalances do not occur until peri-menopause which is the time of life between normal, on-schedule menstruation until 1 year [...]

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