HRT & the menopause hormone replacement therapy, the menopause and osteoporosis.

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Published by National Osteoporosis Society in Radstock .

Written in English

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Previous ed.: 1993.

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Other titlesHRT and the menopause., Hormone replacement therapy, the menopause and osteoporosis.
SeriesInformation booklets / National Osteoporosis Society -- no.4
ContributionsNational Osteoporosis Society.
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Open LibraryOL16668409M

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This hardback book contains over 15 chapters and individual sections on many more aspects of the menopause, including over 60 hormone-helping, tasty recipes to help make this time of life better than ever.

HRT is just one of these chapters in the book – but it is the one I am most often asked about. HRT. Also, it is important to find the right physician to manage your menopause: a menopause practitioner, or one who has an interest in managing menopause.

I recommend this book to women and their health care /5(43). Product details Paperback: pages Publisher: Hunter House; 5th HRT & the menopause book (April ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x 1 x inches /5(13). The widespread popularity of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a triumph of marketing and advertising over science.

Although HRT and estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) can help some women with certain menopause-related problems, the benefits have been oversold to women and their health care /5(3).

Deeply optimistic, reassuring, and essential, the book the North American Menopause Society called “required reading” is now revised and updated, with over 20 percent new material that incorporates /5(26).

Hormone replacement therapy aims to replace oestrogen in the postmenopausal woman and so reverse the adverse effects of oestrogen lack. this is particularly important since the key indication for the use of HRT is to relieve troublesome vasomotor symptoms associated with menopause.

ever used hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Pills were the most often used HRT preparation (Figure 1). Q Although most women started using HRT around the time of menopause, 25% started taking it 5 or more years after menopause (Figure 2).

Q Among women who were at least 10 years post-menopause. Hormone replacement therapy — medications containing female hormones to replace the ones the body no longer makes after menopause — is sometimes used to treat common menopausal.

Detailed information about bio-identical hormone replacement therapy that ameliorates symptoms and disease states of aging in women going through menopause.

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The book objectively presents evidence so that the reader may make informed decisions based on past, present, and the future of hormone therapy.

This book provides a sense of empowerment in choosing therapy while dispelling fear of what was previously misunderstood about hormones after menopause. HRT (also known as hormone therapy, menopausal hormone therapy, and estrogen replacement therapy) is the most effective treatment for menopause symptoms.

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For many years, physicians regularly prescribed the hormones estrogen and progestin to women in perimenopause, menopause and postmenopause.

Women were told that the treatment, called. They say that HRT “is a highly successful treatment for common symptoms of menopause”, and that HRT with oestrogen alone “is associated with little or no change in the risk of.

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) was once the go-to for women in menopause and even after menopause. Then, in Julythe Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) published study results that. "The truth is that women over 50 are just hitting their stride," she writes in the introduction of her new book, The Secret Pleasures of Menopause, published this month.

What is Menopausal Hormone Therapy (HRT). Oestrogen Only Menopausal Hormone Therapy. Women generally undergo menopause between the ages of 45 and 55 years. Around the time of menopause. The situation with HRT stocks is changing regularly and is correct at date of publication.

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