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Early Perimenopause and Ovarian Failure-Restore with Hormones & Fat!

Ovarian Failure Early menopause, “ovarian failure,” means that the periods stop, vaginal dryness, hot flashes, and other symptoms begin before the age of 40. Some women wait a year or more, hoping that the periods will start again, suffering needlessly. All this time, the bones begin to crumble into the urine, the vagina withers, [...]

Early Perimenopause and Ovarian Failure-Restore with Hormones & Fat!2019-04-08T22:25:42+00:00

Pellet Therapy: The Best Sustained Hormone Replacement Therapy

Pellet Therapy Compressing or crystallizing the pure hormone powder of estradiol or testosterone produces a hard little rice shaped pellet. When placed under the skin, the concentrated pellet acts like a tiny ovary or testicle releasing life-enhancing hormones slowly into the bloodstream. The main advantage of pellet hormone replacement therapy is a long-lasting stream [...]

Pellet Therapy: The Best Sustained Hormone Replacement Therapy2019-04-08T22:09:25+00:00

How Long Should You Take Hormones?

The obvious answer: “As long as you want to feel good, look good, and think”. I have heard women say, “I want to get through menopause”. But menopause means that the ovaries are not secreting estrogen, testosterone, or progesterone. This lack of vital hormones may cause women severe symptoms such as mood changes, hot [...]

How Long Should You Take Hormones?2019-02-19T01:19:08+00:00

The Case for Hormone Replacement Therapy

The most important reason to maintain your hormone levels is to keep your true self alive. People say this to me, very commonly:  “I don’t feel like myself”  The person’s heart is still beating, lungs are breathing and he/she is walking around, but the inner self, the real personality, may seem flattened in menopause/andropause.  [...]

The Case for Hormone Replacement Therapy2019-02-19T01:19:28+00:00

Your Brain on Estrogen

Estrogen stimulates the growth of neurons, and even repairs damaged neurons. Some of the well documented effects of estrogen on the human brain include: protection from amyloid protein (Alzheimer’s) and injury due to loss of blood flow or even low blood sugar. Estrogen stimulates the growth of neurons, promotes branching, and even repairs damaged [...]

Your Brain on Estrogen2018-10-15T14:00:14+00:00

The Change

Change is inevitable, and everyone’s hormones slowly dry up. Bones begin to crumble in the urine, skin thins and wrinkles, and many other signs unpleasantly appear which signal that the life giving sex hormones are slowly disappearing. It begins very insidiously with feeling warmish, first at night, then all the time. [...]

The Change2018-10-15T14:01:29+00:00

Progesterone

The Unknown Natural Tranquilizer and Sleep Enhancer “So amazing”, said the 38 y/o woman, “that my depression and crying stopped after the progesterone prescription!”  She also slept more soundly and so was less tired.  Her menstrual cycles which had been somewhat erratic, a week late or early, and were now regular. Shana, not her [...]

Progesterone2018-10-15T13:50:59+00:00

Menopause

A DEFICIENCY OF HORMONES WITH MULTI-SYSTEM EFFECTS Hot flashes, vaginal dryness, memory loss, bone loss, tooth loss, skin wrinkling, irregular heart beat, mood changes—menopause impacts the entire body. But the number one symptom that drives women to their doctor is the hot flash. “I was showing a million dollar property and suddenly [...]

Menopause2018-10-15T14:02:53+00:00

Vitamin B12 – Cyanocobalamin Versus Methylcobalamin

Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient for the body, and is needed to protect DNA and RNA, support energy, protect nerve and brain cells, stimulate serotonin production, contribute to red blood cell formation, support immune function, and maintain a positive mood. There are two forms of vitamin B12 that you’re likely to come across – [...]

Vitamin B12 – Cyanocobalamin Versus Methylcobalamin2018-10-15T14:00:42+00:00

My Body is Changing

In my free, 15 minute consultation, women usually tell me about the subtle and not-so-subtle changes they can feel and see in their bodies, usually beginning in their 30s. They come to see me because I will listen. Beginning with three to four hours of interviews and a careful review of each woman’s history to [...]

My Body is Changing2018-10-15T14:03:38+00:00