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Natural HRT: Corrective Measures When the System Goes Down

Author(s):  Ford Gina

Issue:  Mar/Apr 1999 - Compounding for Men's Health
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Abstract:  In this discussion of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women, the author suggests that drastic measures may not be necessary when women complain of minor symptoms. Before altering hormone dosages, one should consider other life-altering changes and perhaps changes in routes of administration or dosage form. She also suggests various means of adjustment that might be useful with certain sets of symptoms.

Related Keywords: menstrual cycle, estrogen, progesterone, ovulation, natural hormones, absorption, sex drive

Related Categories: HRT

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