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What does Hormone replacement therapy require?

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Hormone replacement therapy usually requires a woman to take estrogen and progesterone

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This may be a treatment for woman who are in a menopause. Or Too women who have ovarian failure. Hormone replacement therapy would help to cure these diseases.

Hormone replacement therapy typically lasts about 2 to 3 years. You can read more at www.mayoclinic.com/health/hormone-therapy/WO00046

To begin hormone replacement therapy, first you must discuss it with your regular doctor. There are great benefits to this type of therapy, but it isn't for everyone. Your doctor can help you determine if it's right for you or not. Then you will need to see a doctor who specializes in hormone replacement therapy. I strongly recommend that you undergo bioidentical hormone therapy, and avoid synthetic hormones.

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does taking hormone therapy cause you to gain weight or does it help control your weight

HRT stands for Hormone Replacement Therapy (and specifically refers to estrogen replacement therapy in perimenopausal women).

hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and estrogen replacement therapy (ERT). HRT is the administration of estrogen and progesterone; ERT is the administration of estrogen alone

There are a few risks associated with having hormone replacement therapy. They include an increased risk for breast cancer, heart disease, and stroke.

One can benefit from hormone replacement therapy if they suffer from overactive or underactive hormones. These include men and women who have problems with their hormones.

The main course of therapy is growth hormone replacement therapy when there is lack of growth hormone in the body.

Ante Usted - 2008 Hormone Replacement Therapy was released on: USA: 23 June 2013

Natural hormone replacement therapy (NHRT) is the use of non-synthetic, bio-identical hormones (estrogens, progesterone, and/or testosterone), derived from plants), to treat hormone imbalances and deficiencies.

To learn more information about male hormone replacement therapy, one can speak to their doctor about it. One can also speak with a hormone therapist.

hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and estrogen replacement therapy (ERT). HRT is the administration of estrogen and progesterone; ERT is the administration of estrogen alone.

Can you become pregnant if you are fifty two years old on low dose hormone replacement therapy?

Hormone replacement therapy is used to increase estrogen or progesterone in the body. It is usually given to women whose estrogen and progesterone levels are low due to menopause.

You can find out about estrogen replacement therapy on the following website: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/hormone-therapy/WO00046. They have useful info.

The side effects of stopping hormone replacement therapy depend on what it was. If someone is taking progesterone, and they stop, it could make hair grow or make their voice deeper.

There are alot of risk factors in taking hormone replacement therapy. Women are more at risk of developing other cancers. Also some therapies can cause weight gain as well.

You may need hormone replacement therapy if you are going through menopause, or if you have an autoimmune condition like lupus. HRT is considered on a case to case basis and should not be taken lightly.

Yes, in the United States hormone replacement is legal. In fact, there are specialists in the area of age management. Ask your general practitioner for a referral or recommendation to a bioidentical hormone doctor.

No, it's considered experimental / investigational.


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