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Cervical Cancer #17 : Bio-Identical Hormones & HRT
 
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A little bit of information on bio-identical hormones and Hormone Replacement Therapy. I will start taking bio-identical hormones after radiation renders me infertile and pre-menopausal. Menopause and peri-menopause is NOT a choice. There are options. Please visit these two sites below for more information and off course more information on the web in general. I am not a doctor and my opinions are my own. Please consult your nearest medical professional. http://www.westcoastwomensclinic.com/ http://www.suzannesomers.com/
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Your Cancer Risk: Estrogen Replacement After a Hysterectomy
 
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*Your Cancer Risk: Estrogen Replacement After a Hysterectomy* This Friday on May 15th at 9 pm PT, we will be talking with Dr. Philip Sarrel about estrogen replacement after a hysterectomy. A new study shows that using estrogen alone may not influence breast cancer risk in the same way as the combined therapy of estrogen and synthetic progesterone. Estrogen use in women with hysterectomy is associated with a reduced risk for breast cancer and that if you stop estrogen after having hysterectomy that benefit of breast cancer reduction is lost over time. Hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, is used to relieve menopausal symptoms. A woman on hormone therapy usually takes both estrogen and synthetic progesterone, known as progestin. Women who have had a hysterectomy can take estrogen alone. Join Medical Director Dr. Jay Harness and guest Dr. Philip Sarrel as they discuss estrogen replacement after a hysterectomy this Friday, May 15th at 9 am PT/12 pm ET. If you are a mobile user, join us using this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKg67GSX97s #Estrogen #Hysterectomy #BreastCancer
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#LetsTalk: early menopause and HRT after cervical cancer
 
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Maria and Cassie talk about early menopause and HRT after cervical cancer - coming to terms with going through the menopause early, coping with its symptoms and finding the right type of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). You can find more information on early menopause and HRT after cervical cancer on the Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust website here: http://www.jostrust.org.uk/about-cervical-cancer/cervical-cancer/moving-forward-from-a-cancer-diagnosis/living-with-side-effects/early-menopause-and-hrt We have lots of support available to women who've been affected by cervical cancer or abnormalities, find out how we can help here: http://www.jostrust.org.uk/support Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust is the only UK charity dedicated to women and their families affected by cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities. We offer a range of information and support both online and face to face 24 hours a day and at every step of the journey. We also raise awareness about how cervical cancer can be prevented and campaign for best care and treatment. Find out more here: http://www.jostrust.org.uk/
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Endometrial Cancer and Hyperplasia for USMLE
 
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Endometrial Hyperplasia there is proliferation of the endometrium which becomes very thick. Primarily the hormonal trigger for endometrial proliferation is estrogen. The hormone that blocks the effects of estrogen on endometrium is progesterone. ETIOLOGY Obesity can cause this because there is increased aromatase which converts more testoserone to estrogen. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) which has a high estrogen and testosterone and there is no ovulation and therefore there is no corpus luteum and therefore no progesterone. Tumors that release estrogen releasing. Hormone replacement therapy in post menopausal women. Two types of hyperplasia, simple and complex. Normally there is small amounts of gland and lots of stromal tissue. In simple there are more glands, but not touching each other. In complex the glands are touching each other. In Atypia there are abnormal nucleus which is really large and it is a very bad sign. Complex atypia has a 30% chance of become endometrial cancer. Sign and symptoms is abnormal heavy bleeding due to lack of ovulation. Diagnosis is done initially by doing a transvaginal ultrasound looking for endometrial thickness. If less than 5mm than 95% can rule out endometrial hyperplasia. Biopsy is done with a pipelle, however it can miss areas of cancer because small sample. Dilation and curretage and hysteroscopy. Treatment depends on the pathology report. If there is no atypia you can give mirena and MPA which causes enodmetrium to go back to normal. Atypia requires hysterectomy. Type 1 endometrial cancer is endometroid adenocarcinoma. Endometrial Carcinoma Most common gyne cancer in women, especially in post menopausal. Type 1: Endometroid Adenocarinoma, due to estrogen secondary to endometrial hyperplasia. Type 2 is clear cell, serous carcinoma and there is no precursor, no precursor, more agressive and occurs much later (70s and 80s). Risk Factors related to unopposed estrogen. Risk factors are Cancers (Breast, Ovarian, Colon Cancer). Obesity, Late Menopause, Diabestes Mellitus, HTN, Nulliparity, Unopposed Estrogen due anovulation, Hormone replacement and tamoxifen. However, COC is protective. Signs and Symptoms in type 1 is postmenopausal bleeding. In type 2 there is bloating, bowel dysfunction, pelvic pressure. Staging is done by direct extension myometrium, serosa, bladder and large bowel. Or down cervix and vagina and finally fallopian tube. Lympahtic spread can go to pelvic para-aortic lymph nodes. Fallopian tube and into peritoneum. Hematogenous spread is liver and lungs. Stage 1 is when only in uterus. Stage 2 goes into cervix Stage 3 is when it goes into adjacent strucutres. Stage 4 is beyond pelvic cavity. Investigations are Transvaginal Ultrasound, Biopsy with pipelle, Dilation and curretage, and hysteroscopy. Treatment depends on staging, surgery of hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oopherectomy (BSO), pelvic wash and lymph nodes. Omentectomy and this can be done laparoscopy. If there is metastasis then also do chemotherapy and if it recurs than perform radiation therapy
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Hormonal Therapy for Breast Cancer: We Teach You
 
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We teach you about hormonal therapy for breast cancer. Drugs such as tamoxifen and aromatase inhibitors are key treatment options for most breast cancers. VISIT THE BREAST CANCER SCHOOL FOR PATIENTS: http://www.breastcancercourse.org LIST OF QUESTIONS FOR YOUR DOCTORS: http://www.breastcancercourse.org/breast-health-updates-latest-videos/ FOLLOW US: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Breast-Cancer-School-for-Patients-958519147618444/ ________________________________ Questions for your Medical Oncologist: 1. What type of hormonal therapy do you recommend? 2. Will I also benefit from chemotherapy? 3. What are the side effects of hormonal therapy? 4. Will I need 5 or 10 years of these medications? 5. Would the genomic assay Oncotype DX be helpful? 6. What is Hormonal Therapy? Anti-estrogen (estrogen-blocking) medications, prescribed as pills, are incredibly effective at treating certain types of breast cancer. Hormonal therapy is given to about 70 to 80% of women with breast cancer. Chemotherapy, on the other hand, is a more intense cancer treatment that is generally administered intravenously. Most patients will not need chemotherapy. Many women that do need chemotherapy will also benefit from hormonal therapy. These treatment decisions are complex ones with your medical oncologist. You will make better choices when you are well informed before meeting with your medical oncologist. Do my “Receptors” suggest Hormonal Therapy? When the estrogen circulating in your blood stream interacts with a breast cancer that has “Estrogen Receptors” (ER) present on its surface, it tends to flip the ER switch to the “on” or “grow” position for ER Positive tumors. The same can be said to a lesser extent for the “Progesterone Receptor,” if your cancer is found to also be PR positive. Patients with ER+ breast cancers almost always benefit from the anti-estrogen effects of hormonal therapy. These medications can make cancer cells die, or slow down their growth. If a few cancer cells have already spread to other parts of the body, these medications are incredibly effective at preventing these cells from growing and threatening your life in the future. In other words, those who take hormonal therapy for ER+ tumors have a more successful chance at long-term survival when compared to those who do not. About 80% of all breast cancers are ER+. Even if your medical oncologist recommends chemotherapy for you, if your tumor is ER+ you will also benefit from up to 10 years of hormonal therapy after chemotherapy. Hormonal therapy is never given during chemotherapy nor during radiation therapy. What is “Tamoxifen?” Tamoxifen is an anti-estrogen medication (pills) that has been used with great success with ER+ cancers for three decades. It is now the primary hormonal therapy for younger, pre-menopausal women. It is also the primary drug for men with breast cancer. It is used for some post-menopausal women. What are “Aromatase Inhibitors?” Aromatase inhibitors (AIs) are a class of anti-estrogen medications (pills) that have proven to be slightly more effective than Tamoxifen for post-menopausal women. It is not recommended for younger, pre-menopausal women, except in certain circumstances. The three most common versions are Anastrozole (Arimidex), Letrozole (Femara), and Exemestane (Aromasin). What are the side effects of Hormonal Therapy? Side effects vary greatly from one person to the next for both types of hormonal medications. Some have no symptoms at all. Most have very tolerable side effects. Some patients will need to change hormonal therapy medications to find the best balance of cancer benefit versus side effects. Several side effects that are rather common for both tamoxifen and aromatase inhibitors are hot flashes, night sweats, joint pain, and vaginal dryness. Below, we list some of the other specific side effects for both drugs. Tamoxifen Side Effects: Increased risk of uterine (endometrial) cancer Increased risk of developing blood clots Slows normal bone loss in most women (a “good” side effect) Cannot be taken during pregnancy because of risk of birth defects or fetal death Can temporarily induce menopause in pre-menopausal women. Aromatase Inhibitor Side Effects: Can worsen bone loss (osteoporosis) in women Muscle and joint aches and pains Would an “Oncotype DX” assay help me? Patients who have a small, estrogen receptor positive, HER2 receptor negative tumor, and no evidence of cancer in their lymph nodes may benefit from an Oncotype DX genomic assay. This cutting-edge test looks deeper into your cancer cells to better identify people who may also benefit from chemotherapy with ER+ breast cancers. The decision to undergo chemotherapy, in addition to hormonal therapy, is a complicated one. Your medical oncologist uses many factors to help decide if you will benefit from chemotherapy. An Oncotype DX analysis of a portion of your breast cancer tissue can be instrumental in this decision.
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The Biggest Risk of Estrogen Replacement is Uterine Bleeding
 
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Read more at www.biobalancehealth.com Women who have gone through menopause and still have a uterus, experience the loss of estrogen. If they then decide to obtain estrogen replacement, they will begin to have bleeding again. For some women, this is enough of a reason not to seek estrogen replacement. They say that the best thing about menopause is not bleeding every month. Pellet replacement of estrogen will last four months. This estrogen does not contain progesterone. Without progesterone, they will still be at risk of bleeding. The pellets of estrogen do not come with progesterone. Dr. Maupin’s office will prescribe a nightly pill of progesterone so that the bleeding will be constrained. At that point, those women will have the benefit of estrogen in their system without the risk of bleeding. You don’t need to have a period just because you are on estrogen. You are getting what you need, but you don’t bleed. If you miss a night of taking the progesterone for some reason, you should not bleed but if you miss two or more nights of progesterone, you will bleed. Progesterone will prevent the uterus from bleeding, but it will not prevent fibroid tumors or polyps that develop. Those will both cause bleeding. If you are post-menopausal and are receiving hormone replacement of estrogen you should not bleed. If you do bleed, and you are taking progesterone and you begin to bleed, we think in terms of polyps and fibroids. Those reactions can be treated, and we know to look for them because of the bleeding. Dr. Maupin’s office no longer does the procedures to prevent bleeding post menopausally, but they do have a cooperative relationship with excellent Gynecological offices where you will be referred in order to take care of what procedures you need. A DNC may solve your problem, but sometimes you need to do more. Once you have a DNC then you increase the progesterone and estrogen, and you don’t bleed. If bleeding continues to be an issue for you it might be that your ObGyn will recommend a Mirena IUD. This will protect you for five years from bleeding. Our office maintains a list of physicians who understand and accept the treatment provided with replacement of hormones that a woman has lost through the process of aging. If your regular doctor is resistant or avoidant to this treatment and tells you that you should not replace your estrogen or other lost hormones, you should think about getting in touch with one of the physicians on the list who understands our treatment modalities and agree with them medically. The last thing we want our patients to experience is open conflict between their physicians, which will scare them and cause them mental and emotional distress. We have our research available to you and your doctors, to reassure them that our treatments are safe and preferable.
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Revisiting Hormone Replacement Therapy
 
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A decade ago a government study all but pulled the plug on using hormone replacement therapy to alleviate symptoms of menopause. It was felt HRT increased the risk of heart attack, stroke and cancer. After re-evaluating the data, doctors today are resuscitating the practice. "It's gone back to where it was initially before the big study, Women's Health Study. It is acceptable now. And if you want good quality of life- that's one of the options for you," says Dr. Mala Singh, family practitioner with Lee Memorial Health System. Female hormone replacement consists of estrogen and progesterone if a woman still has her uterus. They are used to replenish the system and get rid of troublesome symptoms. "Decreased estrogen affects hot flashes, night sweats all the good stuff. A lot of women get to the point where they can't sleep, they can't function, they have a fog almost like a brain fog and they can't work," says Dr. Singh. This time around- doctors are proceeding with caution. They found the best risk-ratio benefit when hormone replacement was started in women under 59 years old or within 10 years of menopause. Even then, therapy isn't mean to last forever. "At some point you'll have to get off them. I think the recommendation is 4-5 years. And when you do get off them, you have to do it very slowly because again they are going to go through an un-natural menopause," says Dr. Singh. HRT is not recommended for women with active or past breast or endometrial cancer, history of blood clots or stroke, or liver disease. "Talk to your primary care doctor; talk to your ob/gyn - because everyone is different, everyone has a different medical history. So this is not something for everybody it has to be very individualized," says Dr. Singh. Changing views on hormone replacement therapy may be a good option to help women through the change-of-life. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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Which Cancer is CAUSED by Estrogen? Uterine or Breast? - 102
 
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I’m sure you’ve heard people say that estrogen causes cancer. Does it? And, if it does, which cancers does it cause? Does it cause uterine cancer? Breast cancer? Both? Neither? There are so may misconceptions about whether estrogen causes this cancer or that cancer. So watch this video to get the facts. You’ll probably be surprised as we put estrogen to the test as a cause of uterine and breast cancer. Visit my website: https://menopausetaylor.me/ Click here to print the worksheet: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/worksheet.pdf Click here to find the outline notes: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/outline-notes.pdf Watch every Menopause Taylor episode from the beginning: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOUBdLFwUtyYimWltwfsEQneVYjIaMQH- Check out my book, Menopause: Your Management Your Way ... Now and for the Rest of Your Life: https://www.amazon.com/Menopause-Your-Management-Rest-Life/dp/143920795X?ie=UTF8&keywords=menopause%20barbie&qid=1461746042&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 Connect with me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Menopause-Barbie-356641841173232/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarbieTaylorMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menopausebarbie/ Click here to listen to my Radio Show: The State of Menopause in the World Today - https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-Menopause-Managemen-29418093/
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Study: Post-Menopausal Hormone Therapy Increases Cancer Risk
 
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Read the Transcript: http://to.pbs.org/90yiHh A new study shows women who use post-menopausal hormone replacement therapy are at a greater risk of getting aggressive cancers than those who don't. Gwen Ifill gets perspectives on the risks from the lead author of the study Dr. Rowan Chlebowski and Dr. Julie Gralow of The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
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Hormone replacement therapy (menopause) - Video Learning - WizScience.com
 
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"Hormone replacement therapy" "in menopause" is medical treatment in surgically menopausal, perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. Its goal is to mitigate discomfort caused by diminished circulating estrogen and progesterone hormones in menopause. Combination HRT is often recommended as it decreases the amount of endometrial hyperplasia and cancer associated with unopposed estrogen therapy. The main hormones involved are estrogen, progesterone and progestin. Some recent therapies include the use of androgens as well. The 2002 Women's Health Initiative of the National Institutes of Health found disparate results for all cause mortality with hormone replacement, finding it to be lower when HRT was begun earlier, between age 50-59, but higher when begun after age 60. In older patients, there was an increased incidence of breast cancer, heart attacks and stroke, although a reduced incidence of colorectal cancer and bone fracture. Some of the WHI findings were again found in a larger national study done in the UK, known as The Million Women Study. As a result of these findings, the number of women taking hormone treatment dropped precipitously. The Women's Health Initiative recommended that women with non-surgical menopause take the lowest feasible dose of HRT for the shortest possible time to minimize associated risks. The current indications for use from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration include short-term treatment of menopausal symptoms, such as vasomotor hot flashes or urogenital atrophy, and prevention of osteoporosis. In 2012, the United States Preventive Task Force concluded that the harmful effects of combined estrogen and progestin are likely to exceed the chronic disease prevention benefits in most women. A consensus expert opinion published by the The Endocrine Society stated that when taken during perimenopause, or the initial years of menopause, hormonal therapy carries significantly fewer risks than previously published, and reduces all cause mortality in most patient scenarios. The American Association of Clinical Endocrinology also released a position statement in 2009 that approved of HRT in appropriate clinical scenarios. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hormone+replacement+therapy+(menopause), which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
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Menopause - a Window of Opportunity or Susceptibility: Hormone Therapy and Breast Cancer
 
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(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Marcia Stefanick, Stanford University, explores the role of menopausal hormone therapy on breast cancer risk. She discusses the different hormonal replacement treatments available and the risks associated with long term use. Series: "Breast Cancer Prevention and Treatment" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 25027]
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The Dangers of HRT-- Why Try HRT Alternatives?
 
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HRT Free Menopause Treatments http://www.hrtmenopausetreatments.com Hormone Replacement Therapy An effective treatment for menopause But beware... Although recommended by doctors, It is accompanied with possible risks Why Try HRT alternatives? The Dangers of HRT Hormone Replacement Therapy Increases risks for the following: Breast Cancer Studies show that prolonged use of HRT Can increase chances for breast cancer It also increases breast density Making it difficult for mammograms to interpret Gallbladder Disease Taking high doses of artificial estrogen May result to gallstone development Endometrial Cancer HRT may cause fibroids to grow in the uterus This can lead to painful endometriosis And endometrial cancer HRT is dangerous for those who have High blood pressure Blood Clots Diabetes History of Cancer Make HRT therapy your last resort Try alternative methods Visit our website www.hrtfreemenopausetreatments.com Connect With Us! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/HRT-Free-Menopause-Treatments/211475022309807 Twitter https://twitter.com/HRTTreatments Youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/HRTTreatments Google + https://plus.google.com/113313851064086226187/posts Fancy http://fancy.com/HRTTreatments Instagram http://instagram.com/treatmenthrt Pinterest http://pinterest.com/hrttreatments/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLSkeyKRxoM
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Beware of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
 
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Here are the links to additional information about HRT and Bio-identical hormones: 5 steps to natural menopause: http://lesliekenton.com/health/into-the-bliss/5-steps-ideal-menopause-part-2/ Beware of HRT: http://lesliekenton.com/health/into-the-bliss/beware-hrt/ In the next 5 minutes, I want to share with you essential truths about hormone replacement therapy—HRT. This stuff that vitally important for you to know. But first, let me ask this: Do you feel or have you fever been afraid, confused or frustrated about your own menstrual, peri-menopausal or menopausal issues? I know I once did. Intense hormonal changes can make you feel like you’re going crazy, so you’re not even sure who you are any more. And these symptoms can start as early as 10 years before menopause arrives. Natural hormonal shifts are natural transformations in every woman’s life. And, believe it or not, they can even be profoundly beneficial. But you need to learn how best o handle them. We women are constantly told that we have to take drug-based artificial hormone drugs known as HRT to do this. I’m here to tell you this is most certainly not the way to go. Why? Because medically based HRT— using synthetic drugs can produce massive side effects. It is also incapable of delivering genuine healing. It cannot treat fundamental causes. It can only mask symptoms. In the process, synthetic HRT hormones can poison your body long-term. Drug-based synthetic estrogens, progestins and progestogens commonly prescribed as HRT are fundamentally dangerous. Used long-term, they may even be life-threatening. We women need to band together and challenge the “wisdom” of conventional medical practices. It’s time for us to turn away from the widespread propaganda that accompanies the promotion of HRT as the solution to all our problems. Indiscriminate doling out of potent drug-based hormones can undermine a woman’s fertility as well as trigger the development of her menstrual agonies—from PMS and endometriosis to cancer of the breast and womb. The current attempt to make every woman a “patient” for the rest of her life by subjecting her body to long-term HRT is also a way of diminishing her personal power and undermining her control over her own body. Conventional HRT is most certainly not the answer. I believe passionately that it’s time for a radical overhaul in how we handle women’s issues. There are safer, better, more effective ways. As celebrated expert in the natural treatment of peri-menopause and menopause, Dr Jonathan Wright, Medical Director of Tahoma Clinic in Washington—a long-time advocate of bio-identical, that is natural hormones—says, “Replacing estrogen that your body is no longer producing with the synthetic versions found in conventional HRT is like replacing parts designed for a Chevy with those made for a Mercedes.” More about thes alternatives in a moment. Meanwhile, let me share with you a couple of scientific studies carried out in the last 15 years which show just how potentially dangerous and ineffective conventionally prescribed HRT can be: In 2002, researchers called a halt to a huge government- run study involving 16,000 women on HRT under the Women’s Health Initiative. Researchers found that long-term use of synthetic estrogen and progestin significantly increased women’s danger of stroke, blood clots, heart attack, invasive breast cancer and stroke. Then the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published another study, showing that women who take a combination of synthetic estrogen and progestin are also at high risk of getting a highly aggressive form of breast cancer. Other studies have revealed that HRT can increase your risk of Alzheimer’s, dementia and asthma. More new research indicates that combined synthetic estrogen-progestin HRT increases your risk of severe forms of breast cancer as well as your chances of dying, from the disease as well as other causes. Let’s look at the alternatives. There are many. Bio-identical hormones—commonly known as “natural” hormones—do a far safer, more effective job of helping most women handle the challenges they face. This is a truth now well supported by scientific research. Here are the links to additional information about HRT and Bio-identical hormones: 5 steps to natural menopause: http://lesliekenton.com/health/into-the-bliss/5-steps-ideal-menopause-part-2/ Beware of HRT: http://lesliekenton.com/health/into-the-bliss/beware-hrt/
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Who should not take hormone therapy for Menopause? - Dr. Nupur Sood
 
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These days all working women especially want to be fit and going strong even after they have crossed their menopause period and to stay fit and strong, one of the best magical treatments available now is the HRT or the Hormone Replacement Therapy. But before going in for this therapy, you have to let your doctor know certain medical conditions you may be suffering from which may be a contraindication, which means you are not allowed to go in for the therapy. So among them the commonest and the most important one is if you have developed certain undiagnosed vaginal bleeding after having attained menopause. That is not normal. It has to be first diagnosed what is the cause and the only the therapy can be started. If you are suffering from or suspected to be having any form of cancer especially breast cancer and that if the uterus, that is the endometrial cancer then also the therapy is not to be taken. An active liver disease which may show in the form of blood tests where the liver function tests are showing high levels of enzymes is not again a permissible thing here, the next thing is if you have had a stroke or heart attack recently, then again you cannot start this therapy, it is not to be considered at all. So in case if you have any of these kinds of issues then you have to discuss this with your doctor. There are better alternatives available also. They are milder forms of treatment compared to HRT and their effects come slower compared to HRT but definitely they are safer for you.
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) - Benefits and Dangers
 
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Check out our new website http://www.rehealthify.com/ Rehealthify offers reliable, up-to-date health information, anytime, anywhere, for free. -- video script below -- Menopause is the time in a woman's life when her period stops. It is a normal part of aging. In the years before and during menopause, the levels of female hormones can go up and down. This can cause symptoms such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness. Some women take hormone replacement therapy (HRT), also called menopausal hormone therapy, to relieve these symptoms. HRT may also protect against osteoporosis. However, HRT also has risks. It can increase your risk of breast cancer, heart disease, and stroke. Certain types of HRT have a higher risk, and each woman's own risks can vary depending upon her health history and lifestyle. You and your health care provider need to discuss the risks and benefits for you. If you do decide to take HRT, it should be the lowest dose that helps and for the shortest time needed. Taking hormones should be re-evaluated every six months. NIH: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
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Hormones and Breast Cancer
 
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Dr. Stephanie Faubion discusses hormone use for women at risk for breast cancer
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Common hysterectomy procedure may spread uterine cancer
 
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A new study is raising questions about a common hysterectomy procedure, power morcellation, that may spread cancer that has not yet been detected. A 41-year-old mother is now battling Stage 4 cancer after her gynecologic surgery spread cancer through her abdomen. Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.
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Hormone Therapies (BHRT) Full
 
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Why bio-identical hormones versus conventional synthetic chemically manufactured hormones? The natural hormones have identical molecular structure to human hormones. Therefore it’s safe. - Testosterone: Known as a male hormone responsible for the sex drive of both men and women, it has been shown to provide many health benefits such as increase in lean muscle mass, energy, memory, sense of well-being. Men who received testosterone replacement report that they feel sexier, stronger and healthier. It also protects against cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis… - Estrogen: A female hormone prescribed to menopausal women to alleviate symptoms, such as hot flashes, insomnia, vaginal dryness etc… It helps to protect women against heart diseases, bone loss, and uterine cancer - DHEA: Is a steroid hormone derived from cholesterol and produced by the adrenal glands. It is needed for the production of estrogen, testosterone and progesterone. Deficiency of DHEA is associated with increased mortality, cardiovascular diseases, and cancer. - Thyroid: Is a metabolic hormone secreted by thyroid glands responsible in the regulation of body temperature, metabolism and cerebral function. Thyroid hormone diminishes as we age. Replenishment of this hormone will improve metabolism, thin hair, dry skin, thin nails, brain functions, and blood levels and energy. - Progesterone: Deficiency of progesterone in menopausal women can cause uterine cancer, breast cancer, osteoporosis, and heart disease. It is as important as estrogen.
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What is HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY? What does HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY mean?
 
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What is HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY? What does HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY mean? Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in menopause is medical treatment in surgically menopausal, perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. Its goal is to mitigate discomfort caused by diminished circulating estrogen and progesterone hormones in menopause. Combination HRT is often recommended as it decreases the amount of endometrial hyperplasia and cancer associated with unopposed estrogen therapy. The main hormones involved are estrogen, progesterone and progestin. Some recent therapies include the use of androgens as well. The 2002 Women's Health Initiative of the National Institutes of Health found disparate results for all cause mortality with hormone replacement, finding it to be lower when HRT was begun earlier, between age 50-59, but higher when begun after age 60. In older patients, there was an increased incidence of breast cancer, heart attacks and stroke, although a reduced incidence of colorectal cancer and bone fracture. Some of the WHI findings were again found in a larger national study done in the UK, known as The Million Women Study. As a result of these findings, the number of women taking hormone treatment dropped precipitously. The Women's Health Initiative recommended that women with non-surgical menopause take the lowest feasible dose of HRT for the shortest possible time to minimize associated risks. The current indications for use from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration include short-term treatment of menopausal symptoms, such as vasomotor hot flashes or urogenital atrophy, and prevention of osteoporosis. In 2012, the United States Preventive Task Force concluded that the harmful effects of combined estrogen and progestin are likely to exceed the chronic disease prevention benefits in most women. A consensus expert opinion published by The Endocrine Society stated that when taken during perimenopause, or the initial years of menopause, hormonal therapy carries significantly fewer risks than previously published, and reduces all cause mortality in most patient scenarios. The American Association of Clinical Endocrinology also released a position statement in 2009 that approved of HRT in appropriate clinical scenarios.
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Breast and cervical cancer rates influenced by HRT, not contraceptive pill
 
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Prof Beral speaks with ecancertv at IARC 2016 about prevalence and prevention of cancer affecting women. With specific attention to breast cancer, she discusses the influence of child-bearing patterns, contraceptive pills and hormone replacement therapy on disease rates across the world.
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Hormone Therapies (BHRT)
 
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Why bio-identical hormones versus conventional synthetic chemically manufactured hormones? The natural hormones have identical molecular structure to human hormones. Therefore it’s safe. - Testosterone: Known as a male hormone responsible for the sex drive of both men and women, it has been shown to provide many health benefits such as increase in lean muscle mass, energy, memory, sense of well-being. Men who received testosterone replacement report that they feel sexier, stronger and healthier. It also protects against cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis… - Estrogen: A female hormone prescribed to menopausal women to alleviate symptoms, such as hot flashes, insomnia, vaginal dryness etc… It helps to protect women against heart diseases, bone loss, and uterine cancer - DHEA: Is a steroid hormone derived from cholesterol and produced by the adrenal glands. It is needed for the production of estrogen, testosterone and progesterone. Deficiency of DHEA is associated with increased mortality, cardiovascular diseases, and cancer. - Thyroid: Is a metabolic hormone secreted by thyroid glands responsible in the regulation of body temperature, metabolism and cerebral function. Thyroid hormone diminishes as we age. Replenishment of this hormone will improve metabolism, thin hair, dry skin, thin nails, brain functions, and blood levels and energy. - Progesterone: Deficiency of progesterone in menopausal women can cause uterine cancer, breast cancer, osteoporosis, and heart disease. It is as important as estrogen.
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Common Menopause Therapy May Raise Cancer Risk
 
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http://www.dailyrx.com/ovarian-cancer-may-be-more-likely-if-taking-hormone-replacement-therapy-menopause Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is used by millions of women to treat menopause. HRT, however, has been shown to pose health risks, including increasing the chances of getting ovarian cancer.
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Can Hormone Therapy Cause Bleeding?
 
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In this video we will discuss and and answer the question can hormone therapy cause bleeding. Many women in menopause are taking hormone therapy to help with their hormone imbalance symptoms and bleeding is unexpected. Hormone therapy can cause bleeding. We will discuss which hormones are responsible for bleeding in menopause, how hormone therapy can cause bleeding, and other things to consider when bleeding in menopause. Are you wondering if hormone therapy can cause bleeding? Maybe you recently started hormone therapy and you're on conventional hormone therapy through a typical chain pharmacy, or maybe you’re on bioidentical hormones, or maybe you’re on pellet therapy. The question for all these is, can they " hormone therapy" lead to bleeding? The answer is yes. We treat a lot of patients with hormone therapy but the goal typically (some doctors do promote this) is not to cause bleeding. So if this is occurring we want to look at why and then take a step back. You may need a dose adjustment or things like this. In this post we're going to discuss those things as well as some things to be thinking about, in conjunction with your doctor. You don't want to ignore this and you do want to bring it to their attention. The prescribing doctor of the hormone should know this so that you're not missing things. in this video we're going to discuss all that ok Hormone Therapy and Bleeding so I want to talk about whether or not hormone therapy, whether it’s bioidentical hormone therapy or conventional hormone therapy can lead to bleeding uterine bleeding. Typically we're referring to the type of bleeding that would be unexpected. So you’re postmenopausal or you've been not having cycles for a period of time and then all of a sudden you start having cycles. Usually these are women in their late 40s or early 50s and sometimes if you're starting hormone therapy later and your 60s could happen then too. So this can happen this can happen and typically occurs as a result of too much hormones going into your formula. It can also or however you're administering it could be injections with pellets and as a result of too high up your estrogen level Why and pattern Your uterine lining will start to thicken and then eventually will start to shed and kind of mimic a metro cycle now the bleeding can very quite broadly different than regular menses so it'll come on at more random times it won't be every month on the clock like a regular metro cycle would be because the hormones are consistently going into your system so it's probably going to be more regular bleeding and depending on what's going on with the hormone therapy it may not necessarily stop. Oh in other cases it could be just spotting here and there really depends on how high your hormone levels are as a result of the treatment that you're getting and typically this is going to be an estrogen thing so if you have really high estrogen you’re gonna see this if it's counterbalance with enough progesterone sometimes you can suppress that but really you typically wouldn't really want to do that because if you're having that have estrogen to make your uterus start bleeding again then that's probably too much unless it's just starting at the beginning and your body's getting used to it so so you really have to do if this is occurring you know kind of take a step back and make sure your doctor knows you want to you know kind of have on get them in the loop because if it’s not going away which it can if you’re just initially starting hormone therapy sometimes it's just your body getting used to it oh if it's not going away and or your hormone levels are really really high then you want to make adjustments so that you're coming back into the you know normal range for for your age an then the other thing is it's not going away by making adjustments and you need to start looking at what the other possibilities are so so other possible causes of uterine bleeding in postmenopausal women could be things like fibroids and that can you know get activated too sometimes by the hormone therapy or of course cancer can do the same thing infections can sometimes mimic can sometimes give some uterine bleeding thyroid imbalance in rare cases can do this too not very common and then that's about it sometimes you know if there's trauma to the area through like sexual intercourse or something like that I could do thattoo but those are the main causes of that and so it's not uncommon if you’re starting hormone therapy to you know have some bleeding we don't typically You know want that to happen but it can't happen you just want to make sure your levels are not too high and and that it goes away you know in a appropriate amount of time.
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What Happens If You Don’t Take Estrogen Replacement Therapy for Menopause - 86
 
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I’ve taught you all about the Estrogen Window of Opportunity, and how taking estrogen in the first 5 – 10 years of your post-menopause can decrease your risk for certain diseases. So, you might just wonder what happens if you don’t take estrogen replacement for menopause. Join me in this video to get a logical, down-to-earth answer. Visit my website: https://menopausetaylor.me/ Click here to print the worksheet: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/worksheet.pdf Click here to find the outline notes: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/outline-notes.pdf Watch every Menopause Taylor episode from the beginning: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOUBdLFwUtyYimWltwfsEQneVYjIaMQH- Check out my book, Menopause: Your Management Your Way ... Now and for the Rest of Your Life: https://www.amazon.com/Menopause-Your-Management-Rest-Life/dp/143920795X?ie=UTF8&keywords=menopause%20barbie&qid=1461746042&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 Connect with me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Menopause-Barbie-356641841173232/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarbieTaylorMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menopausebarbie/ Click here to listen to my Radio Show: The State of Menopause in the World Today - https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-Menopause-Managemen-29418093/
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Hormone Replacement Therapy – Ovarian Cancer Answers
 
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Dr. Jennifer Israel, assistant professor of clinical obstetrics and gynecology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, answers questions about ovarian cancer. www.keckmedicine.org
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Benefits Of Evista Hormone Replacement Therapy
 
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#Menopause #eveningprimroseoil #WomensHealth https://jeaken.com/win-evening-primrose-oil/ Welcome to another JeaKen Video. Before watching the video ,don't forget to subscribe to our channel by clicking the subscribe button below and clicking the bell icon to be notified whenever we publish a new video. Benefits Of Evista Hormone Replacement Therapy Menopause is a dreaded condition by many women, simply because of the horror stories they hear by women who have gone through it. The situation is compounded by the simple fact that there is really no one effective solution to make the whole experience more tolerable for women. Add to the fact that hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is no longer the white knight treatment that doctors thought and you have a big problem on your hands. However, many experts feel that Evista hormone replacement therapy might help turn things around. Pros and Cons of HRT After extensive studies on women on HRT, there are been some health concerns like an increase in heart attacks, blood clots, stroke, gall bladder disease, blood pressure and even some types of breast cancer. Also, if you are only taking estrogen but not progesterone and still have your uterus, there is an increased chance of developing endometrial cancer. Of course, there are still some positives to report about in terms of treating menopausal symptoms. Your risk of colon cancer and osteoporosis is significantly lowered with HRT as well as macular degeneration. The hot flashes and mood swings along with vaginal dryness is greatly reduced as well thanks to HRT. However, many women are concerned at the balancing act they are playing when it comes to dosages and wondering if they are going to fall within that percentage that is adversely affected. Positive Moves in HRT Luckily, there have been some recent advancement with HRT and Evista hormone replacement therapy is one of these positive moves. Most current HRT treatments create adverse problems like the heart attack and stroke as well as other symptoms. In addition, menopausal and post menopausal women are at great risk of osteoporosis, something that regular HRT treatments did help. Therefore, the solution to help the osteoporosis and prevent those other adverse effects is Evista hormone replacement therapy. While it is not an actual hormone nor estrogen, the Evista hormone replacement therapy mimics some of the qualities of estrogen. Of course, the most important feature is the reduction of bone loss and the boost in bone density which is perfect for minimizing osteoporosis. In addition, this Evista hormone replacement therapy does not cause any known problems in the uterus or breasts either. Therefore, you will have less occurrences of cancer, breakthrough vaginal bleeding or breast tenderness. The only drawback of Evista hormone replacement therapy is that it is not very effective at alleviating some of the most bothersome symptoms of menopause like hot flashes. However, with some changes in your diet like the addition of soy and even some natural herbs, those symptoms can be greatly reduced for many women. The important thing is the reduced risk of osteoporosis in menopausal women with Evista hormone replacement therapy. If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb up, leave a comment and share with your friends. We Thank You So Much For Watching. For More Nutrition, Health And Beauty Tips, Please Subscribe To Our Channel
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Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women
 
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http://drhedberg.com/natural-hormone-replacement-therapy-for-women/ Learn everything you need to know about Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women including all of your options, symptoms, best testing methods and much, much more. Dr. Nikolas Hedberg discusses natural hormone replacement for women. Dr. Hedberg is a board-certified naturopathic physician and is board-certified in nutrition. He works with many women with hormone imbalances, thyroid problems, adrenal gland imbalances, and what we would call sex or reproductive hormone imbalances. This video also discusses hormone replacement therapy. This is a popular topic. Dr. Hedberg also discusses Adrenal imbalances, which are extremely common in our society today because we’re overworked and overstressed. If you do have low progesterone, progesterone replacement can provide some good benefits, someone may notice their mood gets better. Then these issues with estrogen, like uterine fibroids, endometriosis, fibrocystic breast, where there is usually too much estrogen, progesterone will help to balance that. Progesterone does facilitate the thyroid, so some women will notice improvements in their metabolism, their body temperature, better sleep. That’s because progesterone has an overall calming effect on the brain, on the nervous system. It helps to calm women down. That’s why a lot of women like to take it at night to sleep better, better blood sugar metabolism. It really helps with many of the menopausal symptoms, especially hot flashes. It’s a natural diuretic, so if you’re holding a lot of water, it can help there. Progesterone really helps to build bone. Estrogen helps to maintain the quality of the bone and testosterone makes sure that the bone is very rigid and very hard. So you need a healthy balance of all three of those. Then, if you’re still cycling, progesterone can help with PMS. Your body makes actually three different types of estrogen, estrone, estrodiol and estriol. This is about the actual percentages that your body makes. Premarin is primarily estrone. Estrace is 100% estradiol. Note For the Hearing Impaired: This video contains accurate Closed Captions. To read the captions, hover your mouse over the bottom-right portion of the video window and click the CC icon. To learn more, visit http://drhedberg.com/natural-hormone-...
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A Hormone Therapy Benefit for Postmenopausal Women
 
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www.rxwiki.com Hormone therapy is often used to ease symptoms like hot flashes in postmenopausal women. But this practice may have another benefit. A new study found that women who continuously took estrogen plus progestin after menopause had a lower risk of developing endometrial cancer, or cancer that starts in the inner lining of the uterus (the enometrium). Estrogen and progestin are two female sex hormones. After menopause, women's bodies produce less of these hormones. This can cause symptoms like hot flashes and increase the risk for osteoporosis (a weakening of the bones).
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Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Menopause - 44
 
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All this talk about hormone replacement therapy! What about testosterone? Do you need to replace it, too? If so, how? And when? What are the signs and symptoms of testosterone excess? Join me in this video tutorial to learn the scoop on testosterone. I’ll explain how your testosterone levels change in your body and the sources to utilize if you want to replace it. Visit my website: https://menopausetaylor.me/ Click here to print the worksheet: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/worksheet.pdf Click here to find the outline notes: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/outline-notes.pdf Watch every Menopause Taylor episode from the beginning: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOUBdLFwUtyYimWltwfsEQneVYjIaMQH- Check out my book, Menopause: Your Management Your Way ... Now and for the Rest of Your Life: https://www.amazon.com/Menopause-Your-Management-Rest-Life/dp/143920795X?ie=UTF8&keywords=menopause%20barbie&qid=1461746042&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 Connect with me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Menopause-Barbie-356641841173232/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarbieTaylorMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menopausebarbie/ Click here to listen to my Radio Show: The State of Menopause in the World Today - https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-Menopause-Managemen-29418093/
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Ep. 44 - Hormone Replacement Therapy: Myths & Truths (Part 2) - with Marie Hoag & Anthony Llabres
 
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Between the “expert” at Whole Foods, your hairdresser, and your most savvy friend, it’s hard to know who or what to believe when it comes to hormone replacement therapy (HRT). So for part two of our HRT series, we’re going to dispel the myths and highlight the truth around HRT.   If you haven’t listened to Part One, you can go back to learn more about what HRT is, its history, and our two expert guests: Marie Hoäg, an independent clinical hormone medicine consultant, and Anthony Llabres, a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P).   And if you have any questions you’d like answered in Part Three, please reach out to me by email: thomunderwood.net/contact.   So let’s get into some of the biggest HRT myths:   There’s only one kind of HRT. In the last episode, we covered the four generations of HRT. On top of that, all forms of HRT are not created equal. Therapies using low, static doses are just not as effective, and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy actually mimics a woman’s hormones in her reproductive prime.   HRT causes cancer, blood clots, and cardiovascular disease. There’s a lot of misinformation about estrogen, testosterone, and cancer. Estrogen alone has never been shown to increase the risk of breast cancer. The combination of some Estrogens and Progestins has been shown in some studies to slightly increase the incidence, but other studies have not confirmed that. Progesterone in conjunction with Estrogen, however, is required if the patient still has a uterus as Estrogen alone increases the risk of uterine cancer. Anthony points to the work of Abraham Morgentaler, MD, to disprove the myths around testosterone and prostate cancer: "Destroying the Myth About Testosterone Replacement and Prostate Cancer".     Saliva is the best way to test for hormones. This just isn’t true for the more advanced HRT systems. There are actually physical, mental, and emotional symptoms for hormone deficiency, but the most reliable way is blood serum testing. Marie’s view is that if there is not enough estrogen circulating in the blood, then a woman just doesn't have enough.     Any doctor can prescribe HRT. Technically any doctor can prescribe HRT, but they don’t teach this in medical school and, without the proper training, they may not understand how to test and administer hormones correctly.   Only women in menopause need HRT. Menopause just means that your period has stopped for 12 months; for whatever reason, your ovaries have shut down and you’re no longer producing abundant amounts of estrogen. However, Marie is a big believer in menopause prevention – “Women never have to go into menopause, as far as I’m concerned. If you maintain a healthy menstrual cycle, then you never have to go into menopause. And that can be done with abundant levels of estrogen.”     Restoring menstrual cycles with HRT is bad. As we addressed previously, no women needs to be in menopause – and if we can restore their natural menstrual cycle, they’re better off.     HRT should only be done in low doses and only for the shortest time possible. In reality, the best results we’ve seen come from advanced rhythmic dosing that simulate physiologic dosing levels. You need the right hormones in the right amounts in the right manner, and what’s “right” isn’t the same for every individual.   Bioidentical means natural. Bioidentical hormones are NOT natural – the only way to get a natural bioidentical hormone is to drink horse urine or eat the soy plant, as reported by Lauren Streicher, MD  – but it does have the same molecular makeup as the human body’s.   HRT will not affect weight issues. Women need estrogen in abundant amounts to maintain or recover their figure; estrogen dictates the shoulder-waist-hip ratio. So women will have a hard time losing weight if they are estrogen deficient.     --   Anthony Llabres: fdnofflorida.com Connect with Anthony on Facebook   Marie Hoäg: Menopausemoxie.com panaceasciences.com facebook.com/moxiemenopause facebook.com/PanaceaSciences   Do you want more to empower yourself through healthy living? Is your busy lifestyle an obstacle to your health? Join The Rebel Health Coach community for the support and knowledge you need for better performance, better business and a better you!   Click here to join The Rebel Health Coach community now.   --   Disclaimer: The activities and research discussed in these podcasts are suggestions only and are only advised to be undertaken following prior consultation with a health or medical professional. Fitness training, nutrition, and other physical pursuits should be tailored to the individual...
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What is Hormone Replacement Therapy? - Dr. Deepthi RK Shashidhar
 
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Hormone replacement therapy is usually given to menopausal women. It is because they are oestrogen deficient. So this is given just to overcome the long term and short term consequences of the oestrogen deficient state. The indications where a woman requires oestrogen supplementation is usually seen in a premature ovarian failure where quality of life improves by hormone replacement. Because of menopause or the oestrogen deficient state usually bones become very brittle and they set into osteoporosis. So in such patients hormone replacement therapy can be given for a duration of 3 to 5 years which helps them to have a better quality of life by decreasing their menopausal symptoms like hot flushes, irritability, mood swings, insomnia and other symptoms like vaginal atrophy and urinary disturbances. So people have a better quality of life by taking hormone replacement therapy. It can be given in menopausal women as well in older age group. But we have to see whether they fall into a high risk group because hormone replacement therapy can also cause some amount of endometrial hypoplasia and other side effects.
Bioidentical Estrogen Plus Progesterone for Menopause - 40
 
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What about using bioidentical estrogen PLUS progesterone for menopause management? How does it compare with using dietary, herbal, botanical, or non-bioidentical, synthetic pharmaceutical forms of these two hormones? Is it easier to balance estrogen and progesterone to protect your uterus against uterine cancer with bioidenticals or more difficult? So confusing, isn’t it? Watch this video and clear up that confusion. Chart of Bioidentical versus Non-bioidentical Estrogen & Progesterone for Menopause- https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Tutorial-40-Chart-of-Bioidentical-versus-Non-bioidentical-estrogen-Plus-Progesterone-for-Menopause-1.pdf Visit my website: https://menopausetaylor.me/ Click here to print the worksheet: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/worksheet.pdf Click here to find the outline notes: https://menopausetaylor.me/wp-content/uploads/outline-notes.pdf Watch every Menopause Barbie episode from the beginning: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOUBdLFwUtyYimWltwfsEQneVYjIaMQH- Check out my book, Menopause: Your Management Your Way ... Now and for the Rest of Your Life: https://www.amazon.com/Menopause-Your-Management-Rest-Life/dp/143920795X?ie=UTF8&keywords=menopause%20barbie&qid=1461746042&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 Connect with me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Menopause-Barbie-356641841173232/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarbieTaylorMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menopausebarbie/ Click here to listen to my Radio Show: The State of Menopause in the World Today - https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-Menopause-Managemen-29418093/
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The Greatest Experiment Ever Performed On Women (2003)
 
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Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in menopause is medical treatment in surgically menopausal, perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1583228624/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1583228624&linkCode=as2&tag=tra0c7-20&linkId=dad7897b35bbc218facc29b96f9c1688 Its goal is to mitigate discomfort caused by diminished circulating estrogen and progesterone hormones in menopause. Combination HRT is often recommended as it decreases the amount of endometrial hyperplasia and cancer associated with unopposed estrogen therapy. The main hormones involved are estrogen, progesterone and progestin. Some recent therapies include the use of androgens as well. The 2002 Women's Health Initiative of the National Institutes of Health found disparate results for all cause mortality with hormone replacement, finding it to be lower when HRT was begun earlier, between age 50-59, but higher when begun after age 60. In older patients, there was an increased incidence of breast cancer, heart attacks and stroke, although a reduced incidence of colorectal cancer and bone fracture.[4] Some of the WHI findings were again found in a larger national study done in the UK, known as The Million Women Study. As a result of these findings, the number of women taking hormone treatment dropped precipitously.[5] The Women's Health Initiative recommended that women with non-surgical menopause take the lowest feasible dose of HRT for the shortest possible time to minimize associated risks.[4] The current indications for use from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration include short-term treatment of menopausal symptoms, such as vasomotor hot flashes or urogenital atrophy, and prevention of osteoporosis.[6] In 2012, the United States Preventive Task Force concluded that the harmful effects of combined estrogen and progestin are likely to exceed the chronic disease prevention benefits in most women.[7][8] A consensus expert opinion published by The Endocrine Society stated that when taken during perimenopause, or the initial years of menopause, hormonal therapy carries significantly fewer risks than previously published, and reduces all cause mortality in most patient scenarios.[9] The American Association of Clinical Endocrinology also released a position statement in 2009 that approved of HRT in appropriate clinical scenarios. There have been a number of large scale cross sectional and cohort studies on the effects of hormone replacement in menopause, the largest being in the United States, the United Kingdom and China. Demographically, the vast majority of data available is in post-menopausal American women with concurrent pre-existing conditions, and with a mean age of over 60 years.[10] In 2002 the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) was published. That study looked at the effects of hormonal replacement therapy in post-menopausal women. Both age groups had a slightly higher incidence of breast cancer, and both heart attack and stroke were increased in older patients, although not in younger participants. Progesterone is the major anabolic hormone for breast tissue, and accordingly breast cancer was not increased in patients who were on estrogen therapy alone after hysterectomy. Treatment with unopposed estrogen (the supplementation of endogenous estrogens without a progestogen) is contraindicated if the uterus is still present, due its proliferative effect on the endometrium. The WHI also found a reduced incidence of colorectal cancer when estrogen and progesterone were used together, and most importantly, a reduced incidence of bone fractures. Ultimately, the study found disparate results for all cause mortality with hormone replacement, finding it to be lower when HRT was begun during ages 50–59, but higher when begun after age 60.[4] Some findings of the WHI were reconfirmed in a larger national study done in the UK, known as The Million Women Study. Coverage of the WHI findings led to a reduction in the number of post-menopausal women on hormone replacement therapy.[11] The authors of the study recommended that women with non-surgical menopause take the lowest feasible dose of HRT, and for the shortest possible time, to minimize risk. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hormone_replacement_therapy_(menopause)
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Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) - Medical Meaning and Pronunciation
 
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https://word2speech.com/medical/ Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT): a form of therapy with estrogen hormones most commonly used to treat the symptoms of menopause. It reduces or stops the short-term changes of menopause such as hot flashes, disturbed sleep, and vaginal dryness. Estrogen replacement therapy is thought to help prevent osteoporosis, a consequence of lowered estrogen levels. Estrogen therapy has more recently been referred to without the use of the term replacement and is simply referred to as estrogen therapy or estrogen therapy. While estrogen therapy may help prevent osteoporosis, it has been reported to be associated with health risks in some populations. Specifically, the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) data in 2002 showed that estrogen therapy alone in menopause led to an increased risk for strokes and blood clots. However, the women in this study were older and other research has suggested a possible protective effect against heart disease when taken early in the postmenopausal years. The definitive health risks and benefits of estrogen therapy have yet to be fully characterized. Vaginal estrogen therapy products help with vaginal dryness, more severe vaginal changes, and bladder effects but, since very little vaginal estrogen enters the circulation, it may not help with hot flashes or prevent osteoporosis . The use of unopposed estrogen therapy (estrogen therapy alone without progesterone) is associated with an increase in the risk of endometrial cancer (cancer of the lining of the uterus). However, by taking the hormone progestogen along with estrogen, the risk of endometrial cancer is reduced substantially. Progestogen protects the uterus by keeping the endometrium from thickening (an effect caused by estrogen). The combination therapy of estrogen plus progestogen is called hormone therapy (HT, also formerly known as hormone replacement therapy or HRT). The decision to take estrogen therapy or hormone therapy is best made together with a healthcare practitioner who can help explain the potential risks and benefits on a case-by-case basis. Estrogen therapy may not be appropriate for all women, for example, women with breast cancer, heart disease, or a history of blood clots. How to pronounce Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) definition of Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) audio dictionary How to say Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) What is the meaning of Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) Pronounce Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) Medical dictionary Medical definition of Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT)
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Considering Hormone Therapy – Mayo Clinic Women’s Health Clinic
 
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For an appointment at the Mayo Clinic Women’s Health Clinic, please call 1-507-538-3270 or visit www.mayoclinic.org, and specify the Women’s Health Clinic. Hot flashes and night sweats or “vasomotor symptoms” are the most common reason women consider using menopausal hormone therapy. Other bothersome symptoms for which women seek relief are difficulty with mood, memory, or concentration, sleep disturbance and vaginal dryness. Bioidentical Hormone Therapy - http://youtu.be/i4GgsyuSRJs Testosterone in Women - http://youtu.be/QlYKi9HLg7s Vaginal Dryness - http://youtu.be/FuDr4ZZH7yY
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HRT Increases Risk Of Breast Cancer Far More Than Previously Believed
 
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According to UPI, women receiving a specific type of hormone treatment to ease symptoms of menopause may be at much higher risk for breast cancer. Researchers from the Institute for Cancer Research in England say that risk was previously underestimated. HRT is used to treat menopause symptoms such as hot flashes, migraines, sleep problems, depression and mood swings by increasing levels of estrogen in the body. There are three types of HRT: Estrogen-only, a combination of estrogen and progestogen, or tibolone, which is a steroid that acts like estrogen and progestogen. The four-decade study found women receiving combined hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, are at about three times the risk for breast cancer as women receiving either estrogen-only HRT or tibolone. http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2016/08/23/Breast-cancer-risk-from-hormone-replacement-underestimated-study-says/9631471957228/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Is it safe to take HRT?
 
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Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE All types of HRT contain an oestrogen hormone. If you take HRT it replaces the oestrogen that your ovaries no longer make after the menopause. Some types contain a progestogen hormone as well. However, if you just take oestrogen then the lining of your womb (uterus) builds up. This increases your risk of developing cancer of the womb. For more information on HRT, go to https://patient.info/health/menopause-hrt/hormone-replacement-therapy-hrt
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Trans 101: Ep 16 - Dangers of Hormone Replacement Therapy [CC]
 
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My Hormone Replacement Therapy Journey    so far
 
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You need to talk to your doctor and determine what is right for you but, I swear by the HRT that I have used so far. I should have also mentioned one of the others benefits I have had is that I have less hair falling out. My Progesterone Cream http://bit.do/gzov Suzanne Somer's book http://bit.do/gzkr A useful website: http://www.power-surge.com/ Please thumbs up and comment as I would love to hear what you think.   Please subscribe, to be updated every time I make a new video.   Thank you so much for watching.  I do appreciate it.   Elle -------------------------- Check out my blog:  http://elleisforliving.blogspot.com Check out my bookblog:  http://elleisforliterature.blogspot.com Twitter:  elle@elleisforliving   Camera used: Canon Power Shot SX20IS Movie editing software:  VideoPad
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Hormone Replacement Therapy: How it All Began.
 
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In love, newly married, Dominic Brandy, MD, and his wife were blindsided by the devastating diagnosis that his wife, Trina, had Hodgkin’s disease. After rounds of successful chemotherapy and radiation treatments, Trina was in remission from the cancer, but the lasting effects of chemotherapy propelled her into full-blown menopause. It was through Dr. Brandy’s experience with his wife that he learned firsthand how hormonal imbalance can wreak havoc on a persons’ life; sparking his interest and passion for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.
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Evelyne A. Talks About Her Experience with Bioidentical Hormones and Menopause
 
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www.bodylogicmd.com Evelyne A. is a happy patient of BodyLogicMD's Dr. Jennifer Landa. She discusses her symptoms of hormonal imbalance and going through menopause. She describes her journey to hormonal balance and how much better she is feeling.
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Utah Hormone Replacement Therapy Video
 
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Utah Hormone Replacement Therapy | Balanced Body MD http://www.balancedbodymd.com/hormone-therapy/ Utah hormone replacement therapy. Are you looking for Utah hormone replacement therapy? Often times, women going through menopause experience uncomfortable symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats. In order to alleviate those symptoms, we provide bio-identical hormones to replenish the hormone levels that have been decreasing because your ovaries are no longer producing them. Low levels of estrogen and progesterone can also cause other medical conditions like osteoporosis and endometrial cancer. If you are interested in our Utah hormone replacement therapy, give us a call or visit our website today.
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हुमारे आयुर्वेदिक हेर्बल चिकित्सा से चौथी स्टेज का रोगी बच जाता है ! सर्वाइकल कैंसर
 
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Uterine Cancer Uterine cancer is also known as endometrium cancer because it begins in the endometrium. Uterine cancer is fairly common in older women. In fact most cases of uterine cancer have been found in menopausal women. Typically uterine cancer tends to get detected and diagnosed at an early stage itself because women suffering from uterine cancer tend to experience vaginal bleeding which would require them to visit their doctor. In such cases of early detection of uterine cancer, the complete removal of the uterus via surgery is known to help in eliminating the cancer completely. Some of the risk factors for uterine cancer include: • Hormone Levels: Uterine cancer is greatly influenced by the hormone levels in a woman. Many women who are menopausal tend to undergo menopausal hormone therapy or estrogen therapy, as post menopause the ovaries in the woman will stop producing these hormones. However this estrogen therapy increases the chances of development of uterine cancer. • Number of Menstrual Cycles: Another one of the causes and risk factors of uterine cancer is if the woman has a higher number of menstrual cycles in her lifetime. This could be calculated if she has had her first period before the age of 12 or even if she has experienced menopause at a later stage. • Pregnancy: One of the factors which raise the risk of uterine cancer in women is pregnancy. It has been observed that women who have been pregnant in the past tend to have a lower risk of developing uterine cancer whereas on the other hand women who have not been pregnant are at a higher risk. • Being Overweight/ Obese: Cases of uterine cancer are also more prevalent in women who are obese as the fatty tissues tend to change some of the other existing hormones into estrogen which adds to the estrogen that is already being produced by the ovaries. Thus the higher estrogen levels act as a risk factor for uterine cancer. • Ovarian Tumors: Research has shown that there are certain types of tumors that are known to produce estrogen and hence raise the overall estrogen levels in the woman. • Age: Age is one of the most common risk factors for uterine cancer. Older women are at a higher risk of developing this medical condition. • Diabetes: Diabetes i
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Feds Announce New Recommendations About Hormone Replacement Therapy For Women
 
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It comes from the US Preventative Services Task Force, which makes recommendations about medical prevention. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
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Dr. Marianne Marchese on Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy
 
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http://www.longevitymedical.com 602-493-2273 Dr. Marianne Marchese discusses the symptoms and appropriate use of bio-identical hormone replacement therapy in menopausal women. Longevity Medical Health Center provides hormone replacement therapy, acupuncture, pediatrics, cancer therapy, ozone therapy, cancer therapy, IV treatments, homeopathic medicines, alternative medicines, allergy testing, women's health, men's health, integrative medicines and many more naturopathic services.
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What Determines How Long YOU Should Take Estrogen Replacement Therapy for Menopause - 89
 
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Now that you’ve learned all about the estrogen window of opportunity, the next question becomes, "What determines how long you should take estrogen replacement therapy for menopause?" In this video tutorial, I’ll teach you how to answer that question in a completely logical way that’s tailored specifically to YOU. Visit my website: https://menopausetaylor.me/ Click here to print the worksheet: http://bit.ly/2bgQ2Wq Click here to find the outline notes: http://bit.ly/2aIaWLZ Watch every Menopause Taylor episode from the beginning: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOUBdLFwUtyYimWltwfsEQneVYjIaMQH- Check out my book, Menopause: Your Management Your Way ... Now and for the Rest of Your Life: https://www.amazon.com/Menopause-Your-Management-Rest-Life/dp/143920795X?ie=UTF8&keywords=menopause%20barbie&qid=1461746042&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 Connect with me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Menopause-Barbie-356641841173232/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarbieTaylorMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menopausebarbie/ Click here to listen to my Radio Show: The State of Menopause in the World Today - https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-Menopause-Managemen-29418093/
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Ovarian Cancer And HRT, Is There A Relationship?
 
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Dr. Sitruk-Ware shares if there is a relationship between ovarian cancer and hormone replacement therapy. For more information on menopause visit http://www.empowher.com/condition/menopause
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The #AskDrA Show |  Episode 20 | Chemotherapy, Night Sweats, Hormone Replacement Therapy
 
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http://www.endobariatric.com #AskDrA #GastricSleeveDoctor On this episode we'll talk about chemotherapy, night sweats and hormone replacement therapy after your gastric sleeve. Doctor Alvarez and Endobariatric present episode 20 of the #AskDrA show. You'll discover answers to these fan submitted questions... #Timestamp 1:36 Chemo is causing havoc on my sleeve. I have gastritis and its tough. Any tips with breast cancer and the sleeve? 3:45 Is it normal to sweat so much at night while sleeping? 4:49 I'm on hormonal injections and I'm worried that I will be able to continue after my sleeve or will have to stop it. Any recommendations? Question of the show... 6:22 "Do you or have you ever experienced night sweats before or after your surgery?" Don't forget to use the hashtag #AskDrA when posing health, diet, gastric sleeve or medical questions. If you're struggling with obesity and would like to know more about Gastric Sleeve surgery, or how Dr Alvarez can help you visit http://www.endobariatric.com Or feel free to follow us... Twitter - https://twitter.com/Endobariatric Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/endobariatric Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/endobariatric
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