Learn about the symptoms of menopause and ways to help manage them with this helpful guide.
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Hormone Replacement for Weight Loss: Finding a Healing Path for Your Body
If you’ve struggled with unwanted weight, you’re certainly not the only one, but you may still feel alone on the path forward. Especially if you’ve tried diets and weight loss…
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Why Am I Tired After My Hysterectomy? There Is Hope for Recovering Your Energy
Angie couldn’t understand why she felt worse after the hysterectomy than she did before. At first, she assumed she was still recovering and just needed to give it a bit…
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How to Prevent Osteoporosis After Menopause: Stay Strong As You Age
After years of warnings from doctors, public health campaigns, and loved ones, women know to be on their guard when it comes to osteoporosis. Too many of us have seen the toll that osteoporosis can cause up close, and chances are that you’re motivated to do everything you can to age gracefully and stay healthy. But many women underestimate the impact of menopause on their risk of developing osteoporosis.
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Hormone Replacement Therapy After Hysterectomy Can Help You Restore Balance
Billie struggled with painful periods throughout her adult years. She felt at the mercy of her monthly cycles, which were irregular, heavy, and came with crippling cramps. At age 23 her doctor finally put a name on her discomfort: endometriosis. But even with an accurate diagnosis, she struggled for years to find the right treatment. Relief only came after her second pregnancy when doctors urged her toward surgery to finally address her painful symptoms; thanks to a radical hysterectomy, Billie’s life changed forever. But while the hysterectomy brought welcome relief from her pain, it also introduced new complications.
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What Is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy? Understanding an Innovative Treatment Option
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is a powerful therapy made from plant-based hormones that are chemically identical to those produced by the body. BHRT is prescribed to treat a wide variety of hormone-related symptoms in both men and women, including those going through menopause or andropause and who have thyroid disorders or adrenal fatigue. Whether you need support due to natural hormonal transitions or a medical condition, BHRT can be a life-changing therapy that has helped people take control of their health and find a comfortable balance for over 30 years.
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BHRT: A Natural Treatment for Postmenopause Symptoms
Menopause is a natural phenomenon that women experience as they age. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. As your ovaries cease estrogen production, you’ve likely experienced some of your most significant bodily changes since puberty. Hot flashes, weight gain, insomnia, and depression are just the tip of the iceberg for women in the beginning of menopause, and some women deal with these symptoms for years afterward.
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How Bioidentical Progesterone Benefits Women After Menopause
With the advent of menopause, women may experience a host of symptoms that can have a profound impact on both physical and emotional well-being. To address these symptoms, a growing number of women are turning to bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) in order to replenish hormone levels and ease discomfort. While estrogen is often the centerpiece of these hormonal therapies, progesterone can also have a significant impact on functionality and quality of life.
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HRT and Weight Gain: Is It the Hormones, or Is It Menopause?
If you’ve stepped on a scale recently and been unpleasantly surprised by the numbers, you may be searching for a reason behind your unintentional weight gain. If you’ve recently started taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for menopause, you might suspect your new hormone regimen is the culprit. Or is it menopause itself?
Are these hot flashes worth going to the doctor for, or is it nothing? Should I just wait for a few days and see what happens? So goes the typical internal self-bargaining dialogue after experiencing a mild symptom of illness without an identifiable cause.