This webinar features Professor Rodney Baber, past President of the IMS from Sydney, Australia and Mr Tim Hillard from the UK, a Board Member of the IMS.
They present an update on MHT prescribing principles, options available and some do’s and don...
Menopause means the monthly period stops. From a medical perspective, the menopause is defined as having happened at the time one year after the last menstrual period.
Many women will experience few or mild symptoms, but others can have severe effects both physically and emotionally impacting on their work and home life.
The common symptoms of menopause, the hormonal causes and potential options available that can help alleviate these symptoms.
Symptoms experienced during the peri-menopause can be similar to those described as Premenstrual syndrome (more commonly referred to as PMS).
Hormone Replacement Therapy or HRT is a treatment used to relieve the symptoms experienced during the menopause.
The benefits and risks of HRT are explored in this article.
An insight into the different types of HRT and how it can be used to manage the menopause.
Complementary therapies have long been used throughout the world as a traditional approach to help manage the symptoms of the menopause.
Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus develops in other places, such as on the bladder, bowel and ovaries. Scar tissue and adhesions can form and in severe cases; this causes organs to stick together.
Testosterone is the main male sex (androgen) hormone, but it is also a vital hormone in the everyday balance of a woman’s system.
A common consequence of the menopause, but can be a condition that affect women of all ages.
PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is a condition that usually affects younger women, but can be extremely debilitating for anyone suffering this disorder.
These are medicines that are made from the same chemicals / hormones that the body produces. The attraction for these types of medicines is that they appear to be a more natural approach to managing hormone imbalances, especially the menopause.
Bone health is one of the most important health considerations for a woman going through the menopause. This article, the first of 3, provides background information about bone health.
This is the second article of 3, which focuses on the diagnosis of osteoporosis.
Final part of 'Bone Health', looking at the treatment of poor bone health.
Tracking one’s health is increasingly important as our work and home lives are more hectic than ever, this article describes Hormone Health's approach to screening.
This paper covers the current situation regarding the diagnosis and management of the menopause.
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is an important consideration for everyone, as it is the leading single cause of death for both men and women. This is the 1st of two articles looking at the management of CHD in women.
Final part of 'Coronary Heart Disease', looking at the symptoms and treatment of coronary heart disease.
Nick Panay answers questions on testosterone for women.