hormone replacement therapy

Why Are Women Choosing Bioidentical Hormone Therapy?A study looked at the reasons menopausal women choose compounded bioidentical hormone therapy rather than conventional hormone therapy.
BHRT: A match made in anti-agingCosmetic surgery and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy address the same issue from different vantage points. Dr. Kevin Light explains why you should consider adding it to your practice.
Top ob/gyn stories of 20162016 was a year of change and new challenges. Find out what the top news stories of 2016 were.
Can HRT help prevent Alzheimer’s?A new study looks at the impact of hormone replacement therapy on preventing Alzheimer's. Plus: Are breast density readings actually accurate?
FDA approves morcellation containment systemThe FDA approves the first containment system for morcellation. Plus: ASRM provides guidance for Zika virus. And, the impact of HRT timing and its impact on cardiovascular disease.
Newborn PPH from antidepressant use?Using SSRI late in pregnancy may increase the risk of persistent pulmonary hypertension in a newborn. Plus, hormone therapy may help mood in early postmenopause; use of mesh for prolapse on the rise
Women's Health Update: Breast biopsies read as atypia may warrant a second lookPlus: research on systemic HT, type II diabetes and post-pregnancy obesity
Benefits and risks of postmenopausal hormone therapy: Two expert opinions
Benefits and risks of postmenopausal hormone therapy: Two expert opinionsThe initial findings from the WHI were concerning, but subsequent detailed analysis and long-term follow-up of women enrolled in these trials have brought perspective.
HRT a boon for young women with ovarian insufficiency
HRT a boon for young women with ovarian insufficiencyHormone replacement helps to maintain normal bone mineral density (BMD) in young women with primary ovarian insufficiency (POI), a study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has found.
HRT may lower risk of repeat knee/hip replacementTaking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for at least 6 months after total knee arthroplasty (TKA) or total hip arthroplasty (THA) may reduce risk of repeat surgery. So say the results of a community-based cohort study of women in the UK who had undergone TKA or THA for osteoarthritis.