Using Hormone Replacement to Heal Traumatic Brain Injuries A traumatic brain injury is caused by an impact to the head that interferes with the normal functioning of the brain. A blow to the head as a result of a freak accident, a severe bump from a motor accident, or a slip and
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Women, we need to start a movement. We can and will finally get our sexy back! It is my mission to reach and help all women who want to get a better sex drive and who are ready to make their relationship with their partner the best it’s ever been! How many
Medical Mondays – You ask the questions and our highly trained bioidentical hormones experts will post your answer LIVE! Q: I recently found a doctor that I really like. Not only does he listen to me, but he really seems to know what he’s doing! He started me on the HCG diet
Women everywhere can rest easy once again – conclusive evidence published in the March 2011 issue of the journal, “Menopause,” reveals that hormone therapy is a safe and effective treatment for women facing the classic symptoms of aging and menopause. Almost 20 years after the controversial results of the Women’s Health Initiative
A patient asked me last week, “What is the difference between an OB-GYN doctor and a BodylogicMD doctor?” It is an interesting question because we both deal a lot with female hormones and female medical problems. However, OB-GYN doctor is mainly expert in female surgery. They dabble some in female hormones. A
More and more men are being started on testosterone gels by the traditional physicians as direct to consumer advertising campaigns take their effect. We also see a flurry of new testosterone delivery systems being pushed out in from traditional pharmaceutical companies. Testosterone now comes in patches and gels that can be applied
Thanks to BodyLogicMD, the general public is becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of hormone replacement therapy in the aging male. Andropause or Male Menopause as it is sometimes referred to, is very common in the Baby Boomer population. This has not gone by unnoticed by the mainstream pharmaceutical industry. Two main
I’ve always loved the name “BodyLogicMD” because I encourage my patients to take a logical approach to proactive healthcare. At the initial consult, this means taking time to understand what each hormone level means and linking it to symptoms of deficiency or excess, rather than just handing out prescriptions for replacement. Today,
By Dr. Joseph Agnello, Denver Bioidentical Hormones Expert Back in the ‘90s, doctors and scientists were not well aware of the link between hormone deficiencies and pain issues, so hormone replacement therapy (HRT) was not a part of the treatment paradigm. However, in the past 10 to 15 years, the literature of both
Medical Mondays – You ask the questions and our highly trained bioidentical hormones experts will post your answer LIVE! Q: A friend of mine mentioned pellet therapy the other day, saying that it’s superior to traditional methods because it only requires one doctor’s visit every six months. From what he says, the
I recently switched from using synthetic (non-bioidentical) hormones to BHRT. My question is how long will I have to use hormone therapy? I've heard that most doctors encourage women to use standard HRT drugs for as short of a period as possible, but being that I'm now using natural bioidentical hormones, does the same rule apply?
I'm 49 and I recently underwent a hysterectomy in June of 2010. Ever since, I've been experiencing several symptoms that I thought were only for women going through menopause. Hot flashes, night sweats, fatigue, mood swings, you name it. Being that I no longer have a uterus or ovaries, am I still a candidate for hormone replacement therapy?
Here is another part of the story from the famed Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) trials which were prematurely discontinued when it was found that women using a combination of conjugated equine estrogens (CEE) and the progestin, medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA) increased the likelihood of breast cancer and heart disease.
30-year old Cassie Chapple (UK) entered early menopause - or perimenopause - nearly a decade ago. At age 21, following her first pregnancy, doctors told Cassie that she was experiencing premature menopause and would require hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to boost estrogen levels. Although the HRT would help to reduce Cassie’s risk of osteoporosis and heart disease, she was told on three separate occasions, all by different physicians that she had “next to no chance” of having children again in her lifetime.