This was first commented on by Dr John Lee at one of his seminars in London many years ago, but how could it affect you?
Prevention is the best option, so tackling oestrogen dominance is the first step because fibroids are produced by excess oestrogen and their growth is stimulated by it.
Having an early menopause can have profound effects, whether occurring naturally or from a hysterectomy.
Having a hysterectomy is an immediate journey into menopause but how do you best treat it? Conventional advice is oestrogen-only HRT but bioidentical doctors like Dame Dr Shirley Bond take a very different view.
Early menopause can happen for a variety of reasons. How can you help protect yourself from this sudden hormone imbalance which occurs and can carry health risks?
With osteoporosis your bones become fragile and brittle and so are easily broken. As more severe bone loss occurs, then even minor accidents can result in fractures, most frequently in the spine, wrist, hip and pelvis.