Women get protection from their hormones for reducing heart attack risk, and it is progesterone that makes the difference.
A French study has identified an increased risk for menopausal women on oral oestrogen-only Hormone Replacement Therapy and the possibility of gallbladder surgery.
Research in France and Denmark has shown HRT could significantly increase women’s chances of having asthma attacks severe enough to put them in hospital.
New research agrees with earlier FDA warnings about potential side-effects from bisphosphonate based osteoporosis drugs.
Women really only have two hormones to worry about. They are oestrogen and progesterone and they dominate our lives from puberty to post menopause.
At menopause urinary tract infections are more common, and once again it is down to the changing hormone levels, but natural help is at hand.
Do you know the difference between the synthetic and the natural hormone, and why it really matters?
Progesterone is known to elevate mood but if you are also Vitamin D deficient – as most of us are – then improving that will also make a big difference.
Well not all doctors as those like Dame Dr Shirley Bond and Dr Tony Coope who are experienced in the use of natural hormones don’t find it baffling as they know there is a simple explanation – though not a widely accepted one.
Many women have reported that using bioidentical natural progesterone has improved the quality of their hair. It is thicker and glossier, but can it actually help with hair loss?