Hormone replacement therapy has been used by women for years. The changes in hormone profiles occur around menopause. While the Women’s Health Initiative of 2002 raised concerns, many feel the study was flawed for several reasons. Women, when monitored appropriately, can benefit from the use of estrogen and progesterone therapy.
Men encounter a significant reduction in testosterone levels beginning in the late 20’s. Clinical research has shown conclusively that men with low testosterone levels have a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and Alzheimer’s Disease. Testosterone can be given safely and conveniently to men who have low levels of testosterone.
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