In this blog post, we're going to discuss HRT therapy and what you need to know about it. HRT stands for hormone replacement therapy. In the past, HRT was used as a treatment for menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and sleeplessness. Today HRT is being used by women who have breast cancer, people with osteoporosis or other medical conditions that affect bone density, and transgender individuals undergoing gender reassignment surgery so they can become more comfortable in their own skin. Information can be found here.
HRT is administered through creams, pills, patches, or injections. HRT does not prevent cancer because it only replaces the hormones you are naturally losing at menopause or another medical condition. HRT can help with symptoms such as hot flashes, but it will not cure your disease. HRT should be combined with diet and exercise to promote overall well-being, so talk to your doctor about what other steps you need to take for good health when starting HRT therapy. See here for information about What is HRT Therapy.
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a treatment that involves replacing or supplementing hormones in order to reduce or eliminate the effects of hormonal imbalances. Hormone imbalance can be caused by conditions such as menopause, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and perimenopause. While there are many positive benefits to HRT therapies, including reduced risk for heart disease and osteoporosis, these treatments should only be used when absolutely necessary due to risks associated with them, particularly high blood pressure and breast cancer during the first five years of use.