Estrogen is the hormone that controls your menstrual cycle. Estrogen is a powerful hormone responsible for the development of female anatomy during puberty. It's responsible for the growth of women's breasts and much more. During menopause, the ovaries produce less estrogen which causes uncomfortable symptoms in women. Optimizing your estrogen levels relieves menopause symptoms and develops healthier, stronger women. Learn more about the biological role of estrogen.
During menopause, women produce less progesterone due to the decreased need to shed their endometrial lining each month. Progesterone is always prescribed alongside estrogen if a woman still has her uterus. Progesterone can be taken in either biorhythmic or continuous therapy protocols. Which is right for me?
Testosterone is a critical hormone for women, not just men. Testosterone has been clinically proven to boost libido and help women build muscle mass and reduce body fat. Testosterone comes in many forms and HormoneMD offers both creams and injections. Due to the lack of research on long-term safety, testosterone isn't right for women with heart, blood vessel, or liver disease. It is also not for women who have had breast cancer or uterine cancer.
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