Month: June 2013

Endometriosis and how you might prevent it (Progesterone therapy)

By Joseph Feste, M.D., FACOG, AACS, AACG What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is a gynecological medical condition in which cells from the lining of the uterus (endometrium) are located outside the uterus on the lining of the pelvis, ovaries, bowel or any place in the abdominal cavity. Its main symptom is pelvic pain in various degrees. …

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Testosterone use on the rise – The Endocrine Society is concerned – Natural Bio Health approves of this trend

By Mike Clark, Ph.D., Diplomate of Anti-Aging Medicine, Advanced Fellow of Anti-Aging, Regenerative & Functional Medicine The number of middle-aged men with prescriptions for testosterone is climbing rapidly, raising concerns that increasing numbers of men are abusing the powerful hormone to boost their libidos and feel younger. A story this month from Anahad O’Connor of …

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Why does my teenager have heavy periods?

What is the difference between puberty and menarche?  From as early as age eight in girls-and two years later, on average, in boys—the hypothalamus (part of the brain) signals hormonal change that stimulates the pituitary. In turn, the pituitary releases its own hormones called gonadotrophins that stimulate the gonads and adrenals. From these glands come …

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Clarity on hormones and cancer

On synthetic hormones (like Premarin) vs. natural or  bioidentical hormones. Since the 2002 report known as The Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) Trial, Prempro sales have fallen to $161 million annually and more than 10,000 lawsuits have been filed against Pfizer by women, who declared the company’s HRT drug lead to their development of breast cancer …

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Hormones & Menopause. Delay is Risky

Question: Do women need hormone replacement after menopause? Answer: *Absolutely if you want to reduce your risk of memory loss, heart disease and other serious diseases. *Menopause signals a significant decline in the production of estrogen as ovaries cease producing youthful levels of estrogen. After the loss of estrogen, skin can become thin and splotchy, bones …

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