Hormone Therapy - HRT, HT, ET, EPT, What Does it All Mean?

Title: Hormone Therapy - HRT, HT, ET, EPT, What Does it All Mean?Category: Doctor's&Expert's views on SymptomsCreated: 7/23/2002 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 6/13/2018 2:55:07 PM
Source: MedicineNet Menopause General - Category: Primary Care Source Type: news

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AbstractHypothalamic –pituitary–gonadal axis regulates the reproductive system. The overall health and wellbeing of a woman is subject to fluctuations in the sex hormones throughout her lifespan. Menopause, either natural or surgically induced, is often associated with cognitive complaints, especially memory disturb ances. Sex hormones, besides affecting the reproductive function, affect the central nervous system in many ways. Here, we aim to review the role of sex hormones in cognition and the current evidence on use of or against menopausal hormonal therapy as a cognition enhancer in women with cognitive dis...
Source: The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology of India - Category: OBGYN Source Type: research
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Source: Frontiers in Endocrinology - Category: Endocrinology Source Type: research
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(Abstracted from Menopause 2018;25(8):862–869) Approximately 70% of postmenopausal women experience vasomotor symptoms, and 10% describe these symptoms as intolerable. Conventional treatment of hot flashes (HFs) includes hormone therapy and other alternative treatments; however, these treatments have mixed responses, variable availability, and can be contraindicated in some women such as those with a history of breast cancer.
Source: Obstetrical and Gynecological Survey - Category: OBGYN Tags: GYNECOLOGY: MENOPAUSE Source Type: research
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Source: Menopause - Category: OBGYN Tags: Editorials Source Type: research
Conclusions: This study suggests that TSEC is a good option for women who have breast discomfort or persistent bleeding during other hormone therapy when taking into account the differences in estrogen dose.
Source: Menopause - Category: OBGYN Tags: Original Articles Source Type: research
Conclusions: Laser therapy for the vagina shows excellent promise for the treatment of GSM in some women; however, complications such as fibrosis, scarring, agglutination, and penetration injury have been documented. Food and Drug Administration–approved products for GSM should be considered frontline treatments until long-term, prospective, randomized, sham-controlled trials are conducted that confirm efficacy and safety for device treatments.
Source: Menopause - Category: OBGYN Tags: Case Report Source Type: research
States of estrogen imbalance or deprivation are associated with higher risks of hypertension and cardiovascular disease in women; however, the effects of estrogen on hypertension are multifactorial, complex, and not completely understood. Although controversial, hormone therapy may improve cardiovascular outcomes when initiated by recently menopausal women. Improved screening for hypertension, especially in specific groups of younger women at higher risk, is recommended. Further study is needed to determine whether sex-specific differences exist in therapeutic response to pharmacologic management of hypertension.
Source: Menopause - Category: OBGYN Tags: Clinical Corner: NAMS Practice Pearl Source Type: research
Given the increase in life expectancy, women have to spend 30 years approximately at postmenopausal status [1]. The lack of estrogens leads, among other consequences, to vasomotor (mainly hot flashes and night sweats) and vulvovaginal symptoms (mainly vaginal atrophy and dyspareunia), affecting woman's daily routine and having a negative impact on her quality of life [2]. Menopausal Hormone Therapy (MHT) is the treatment of choice for vasomotor and vulvovaginal symptoms [3]. However, some women cannot receive MHT, because of relative or absolute contraindications or the fear for possible adverse effects on endometrium and breast.
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