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Can Menopausal Symptoms be Helped with Hormone Therapy?

Can Menopausal Symptoms be Helped with Hormone Therapy?

by Yenny (SU)
Menopause is a normal result of aging in women and presents itself through a variety of symptoms. Many women experience only mild symptoms for short periods of time. Some hardly have any noticeable symptoms at all, while others suffer severe symptoms that affect their quality of life.

Is Hormone Therapy Safe?

Is Hormone Therapy Safe?

by Natalie (SU)
Hormone therapy (HT), also known as Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), was once very much in vogue and routinely used for the alleviation of menopausal symptoms, and to protect long-term health. It fell into disfavor and suspicion when several large clinical trials demonstrated significant health risks.

Is testosterone therapy safe?

Is testosterone therapy safe?

by Shearly (SU)
In recent years, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for men has become more commonplace. Like their female counterparts, men can and do experience changes in their hormone levels, causing symptoms such as weight gain, muscle loss, fatigue, a reduced sex drive, or even erectile dysfunction. The question is, is testosterone therapy a safe treatment? While some doctors have expressed concern about the safety of testosterone therapy, most doctors agree it is medically safe when closely monitored.

Men Aren't the Only Ones Producing Testosterone - Should You Have Yours Checked?

Men Aren't the Only Ones Producing Testosterone - Should You Have Yours Checked?

by Shearly (SU)
Most people hear “testosterone” and their first and only thought relates to men. After all, it is the most important male sex hormone. Although, what may surprise you, is that women produce testosterone as well. Women produce increased amounts of testosterone during puberty, in the ovaries and adrenal glands, while men produce testosterone in the testes.

Does Hormone Replacement Therapy Help ED?

Does Hormone Replacement Therapy Help ED?

by Shearly (SU)
Many symptoms, both physical and emotional, can result from having low testosterone. And because testosterone is tied to arousal, perhaps the most obvious symptoms for men are a low sex drive and erectile dysfunction, or ED.

 

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