Hold That Pause
Hold That Pause
  • Oct 28 2013

    Premarin, Premro & Bioidentical Hormones

    If you are confused about the difference between synthetic hormones and bioidentical hormones, you are certainly not alone. The difference between the two is a hotly contested issue among medical professionals, and unfortunately, it is women su...

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  • Oct 25 2013

    Hormone Imbalance? You’re Crazy!

    I ran across an article last week at the online publicationThe UK Daily Mailentitled, “Women with extreme PMS will now be deemed ‘mentally ill’ following controversial revision of health manual.” The health manual cited in the article is the ...

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  • Oct 01 2013

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Are You at Risk?

    It’s time to think pink, ladies. October is breast cancer awareness month! For women who are using hormone therapy to treat their perimenopause and menopause symptoms (I’m in that group), breast cancer awareness is more than just one month ou...

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  • Jun 07 2013

    If Menopause is a Natural Process, Why Use Hormones?

    I have had more than one woman say this to me about menopause, and certainly many, many physicians feel the same way as well. They believe that menopause is a natural passage of life which should not be interfered with. Hence, no hormones, no s...

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  • May 31 2013

    The Hormone Decision

    I purchased a new book recently, The Hormone Decision, by Tara Parker-Pope. Tara is a nationally recognized women’s health writer for both The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. She was also a contributor in the movie “Hot Flash Havoc: a...

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  • May 10 2013

    Mayo Clinic Study on Low Estrogen and Weight Gain Unclear

    That’s certainly my opinion. The Internet is abuzz with news about a recently released study co-authored by a physician at The Mayo Clinic, which says that low estrogen is the cause of weight gain in menopausal women. The actual study is enti...

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  • May 08 2013

    Study Says Low Estrogen Causes Weight Gain in Menopause

    The Mayo Clinic released a new studyrecently, which it co-authored, stating that weight gain during the post-menopause years appears to be linked to low estrogen levels. According to the study, “Scientists have long known that lower estroge...

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  • Apr 09 2013

    Transdermal Bioidentical Estradiol: Defending My Decision

    So, I figured I might have to defend my decision to consider using a transdermal bioidentical estradiol. But, I didn’t think it would happen so quickly. No sooner had I written my post last week, when I received an email (albeit a cheerful one...

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  • Mar 25 2013

    Beating Depression in Perimenopause with Exercise and Light

    We’re still on the topic of depression in perimenopause for the month of March. Heretofore, we’ve discussed dietary changes to include foods which provide the chemical building blocks, so to speak, for your body to produce serotonin, a natural ...

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  • Mar 19 2013

    Depression in Perimenopause: Let’s Eat Some More

    If you’re anything like me and you love to eat, then you were probably positively delighted to learn from my last post that you can eat your way out of depression. You will also be delighted to know that this post is about eating, too. Yes inde...

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