Continuous menopause therapy
Continuous therapy involves women taking both estradiol and progesterone every day during their menstrual cycle. Continuous therapy is typically easier to manage and more commonly prescribed.
There are profound benefits and few risks associated with continuous menopause replacement therapy.
Biorhythmic menopause therapy
Biorhythmic therapy involves women taking a steady or varying dose of estradiol coupled with taking progesterone only on the last 12 days of the menstrual cycle. Biorhythmic menopause therapy is intended to replicate the natural hormonal cycle in young, beautiful, healthy women.
There are profound benefits and few risks associated with biorhythmic menopause replacement therapy. Women commonly report significant improvements in their menstrual cycle when taking a biorhythmic therapy protocol.
Speak with your practitioner about which option is best for you. Your therapy protocol is a personal choice and is decided based on your symptoms and protocol preferences. There is no wrong choice.
Both options offer continuous estradiol treatment, but biorhythmic protocols have the choice of varying estradiol doses and incorporate progesterone only on the final 12 days of your menstrual cycle in higher doses than continuous protocols.
Our free assessment quantifies your symptoms to see if hormone therapy is right for you. We're here to help you feel the way you want to feel.