Bioidentical Hormone Replacement (BHRT)


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22 Jan 2020

Is Hormone Therapy Stealing Your Nutrients?

Many women turn to bioidentical hormone replacement therapy to relieve symptoms of menopause. These therapies include progesterone, estrogen and testosterone. In addition, birth control pills containing synthetic estrogens and progestin are frequently used to control symptoms in perimenopausal women. As with most medications, this can be a double-edged sword. If you take any forms of hormones, bioidentical or synthetic, you may be missing out on...

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The Truth About Compounded Hormones
03 Dec 2019

The Truth About Compounded Hormones

There’s a lot of talk in the medical community about bioidentical hormones. Depending on what you read, you may see that they are “ineffective, dangerous, unproven, safer, curative,” etc. Many of the myths that circulate result in increased anxiety about hormone replacement and keep women from getting products that might make a huge difference in their quality of life.  My friend, Betsy Hoida (a compounding...

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What You Need to Know about the Differences Between Bioidentical and Conventional Hormone Therapies
14 Jul 2015

What You Need to Know about the Differences Between Bioidentical and Conventional Hormone Therapies

When I speak to groups of women, the topic of hormone replacement therapy often comes up. And what I’ve discovered is that there’s a lot of confusion, misinformation and fear out there. There are important differences between the two and it’s important to understand them, especially if you are considering hormone replacement therapy. Let’s start with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). There are 2 key...

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