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Bioidentical hormone for opening this topic!!
Many women are looking for something to ease or relief hot flashes, night sweats, and vaginal dryness etc, ect,ect...
From what I do know, hormones have a high risk of breast cancer, stroke, heart disease
and blood clots. Because of this, most women are turning to alternatives which is suppose
to be safer but may not be.
Bioidentical hormone acts just like the hormone we produce and can be monitored according to the individual but we don't know hormone levels. We need to treat symptoms. Soooo!...
you would probably need to see a doctor who specializes in hormones - every individual is
Open forum let's see what the other ladies have to say...
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Thank you for all of the information on bioidentical hormones. It is really making me think more carefully about them.
Info taken from "Breakthrough" by Suzanne Somers copyright 2008
AND verified via online websites, dictionaries, and other books when available.
"European doctors have been savvy to bioidentical hormone replacement for the last 50 years. They have understood the need to replace the hormones we loose in the aging process, not only sex hormones but also the major hormones -- thyroid, insulin, adrenals, and cortisol.
Dr. Theirry Hertoghe of Belgium is known as "the father of bioidentical hormones."
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