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5 Myths About Progesterone Use in Perimenopause
17 Jun 2020

5 Myths About Progesterone Use in Perimenopause

Progesterone is a go-to supplement for many women in perimenopause (and menopause, for that matter). It is very safe and widely available over-the-counter in cream forms, as well as, by prescription in oral form. Despite the widespread availability and safety, many myths abound in the medical community and there is a lot of misunderstanding among women who read conflicting information online. Here are some of...

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Considering Hysterectomy? 5 Things You Need to Know BEFORE Surgery
07 Feb 2018

Considering Hysterectomy? 5 Things You Need to Know BEFORE Surgery

Although hysterectomy is one of the most common surgeries for women living in the United States, myths about removal of the uterus abound. As many as 600,000 American women have hysterectomies each year, estimates the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you are about to be one of them, a heart- to -heart discussion with your gynecologist is essential first. If your doctor is recommending a...

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