After all its other bad press recently, it’s the final nail in the coffin for hormone replacement therapy. The large-scale US Women’s Health Initiative studies have found that, among other risks,
I was so impressed with your article on HRT (WDDTY vol 13 no 2) that I took it along to show a private specialist I was consulting about HRT (I have osteoporosis, or so they say,
Psychiatrists are beginning to question the use of the drug lithium in treating manic-depressives. The drug had passed clinical trials with flying colours and has been in frequent use since the 1960s
Re HRT (WDDTY vol 13 no 2), if the risk of death or disease is increased by a certain percentage, then I feel less than informed if you don’t say what the original percentage of risk was.
Menopause is confusing and so is the data that surrounds it - especially when it comes to the issue of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). For women who are considering HRT, in "Menopause: insights for preventing osteoporosis and lowering cancer...
Womenopause ;While I was trying to decide whether to write this artic
When you enter the early stages of menopause, the question of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) arises. The two female hormones, estrogen and progesterone (often in its synthetic version, the progestins), are certainly the most widely prescribed...