Hormone Therapy

By TRKnight2007 Added at October 27, 2009 Views 1,422 Reviews 6

The primary indication for hormone therapy is the treatment of moderate-to-severe vasomotor symptoms. The average patient is a woman 45-60 years of age and uses hormone therapy for an average of 3 years or less.

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leeannj February 17, 2014 at 10:40 am   

I also don't take hrt because of how it is made, but since heart probs run in my family it was a factor. I will tell you though, it is important to find some way to get help with bones if you do not take hrt.

jenlyns64 January 22, 2013 at 9:44 pm   

Made by depriving preganant mares water. They deprive them water so their urine is highly concentrated. I wouldnt take this!

u2treasure February 15, 2012 at 12:14 pm   

The doctors put me on birth control pills as a means of hormone therapy. My periods are almost eliminated and I no longer have those chronic stomach aches 3 weeks out of the month. I was a afraid of gaining weight, becasue that's my body type—i can look at food and bloat. My lady doctor insured me I wouldn't gain weight, the packaging said I might and my family doctor said weight gain was common. Well, as I suspected, I am gaining weight rapidly, decreased energy and cravings for food I never would normally eat. I'm sure some of the weight gain can be from the extreme stress in my life, but that stress has been occurring 5 years straight. I'm not sure if the loss of my menstrual cycles outweighs the bad of gaining weight especially since I already have negative feelings about my body image. I think if a woman is a hormonal wreck, doesn't have issues with weight gain, the birth control pills is a good alternative.

countrygal2345 February 14, 2012 at 8:17 pm   

Should hrt be done after having a complete hysterectomy? And then, how long when your histo is done when a person is still in there early 30's?

Katterfly January 20, 2012 at 12:05 am   

It's very dangerous.

TRKnight2007 October 27, 2009 at 7:49 pm   

Does not have a negative impact on your blood pressure.


For women only.

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