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Hormone Therapy: No, It will not Cause You To Grow Unwanted Hair and Here’s Why

In today’s youth-obsessed culture, the idea of taking hormone replacement therapy and growing unwanted hair is enough to keep many women away from this necessary treatment. Although fatigue and weight gain are considered inconveniences, growing facial hair can be enough to make you lose your sense of identity. You decline in estrogen and progesterone production … Continued

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Under testing Hormones – When it is appropriate to test women for testosterone

Women produce testosterone, just not as much as men. Testosterone should be calculated into the equation when dealing with hormonal disruptions and the application of hormone replacement therapy. It can help reduce some of the problems associated with muscle retention and sexual desire when used appropriately.   We just need to help women understand what … Continued

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The Real Risks of HRT – Myths, Patient Confusion, and Synthetic vs. Bioidentical Hormones

The various risks and side effects of hormone replacement therapy cause patient confusion and possibly delay treatment that can prevent many lifestyle diseases. Things like heart attacks and cancer, plus the secondary side effects of facial hair and a deeper voice in women, can cause fear and confusion.   However, if you can explain these … Continued

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The Real Issue with HRT and Heart Attacks

Believing that HRT can cause heart attacks is rampant throughout the medical and layperson community. Myths and rumors abound around this problem.   But, is it true?   And if it’s not true, why do so many doctors and people believe HRT causes heart attacks?   How the HRT Causes Heart Attacks Myth Started   … Continued

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Missing Out On Something – Why OBGYNS Turn To Hormone Therapies

The OBGYN has a special relationship with their women patients. Women feel more trusting and open with a doctor specializing in reproductive health, especially with issues that might be related to their hormones. Things like weight loss, fatigue, and low sexual desire are common questions OBGYNs face.   But, if you don’t have the answers, … Continued

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