Bioidentical hormones help rebalance you for symptom relief but knowing what can set them off can make a real difference.
Women are naturally concerned about the health risks of unopposed oestrogen. New studies show that transdermal bioidentical hormones are the best option.
The sudden drop in progesterone after giving birth can lead to the ‘baby blues’ but could you have inherited it from your mother and what can you do about it?
Heart disease is more common in menopausal women than generally realised. Protection comes from bioidentical progesterone but simply ‘greening’ your diet can make a difference too.
Women have 55% more strokes than men and the rate among younger women is up by 40% due to some unique risk factors.
Many women are on the Pill for contraception and later in life to control heavy bleeding. The risks are clear but bioidentical hormones can help.
Menopausal symptoms can be helped in a variety of ways from bioidentical hormones to herbs. Depression is a common experience but are antidepressants the whole story?
It is something that women dread, but can progesterone help prevent early miscarriages?
This drug finds no favour with doctors experienced in natural hormone usage, so why is it now being given permission to be used as a preventive for many more women?