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Labrix Director of Clinical Services Robyn Kutka ND discusses common symptoms associated with menopause, and outlines an effective and straightforward testing and treatment approach for female patients.
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Post courtesy content partners Labrix Clinical Services, LLC. Written by Tori Hudson, N.D, clinical professor and medical director, A Woman’s Time, and program director of the Institute of Women’s Health and Integrative Medicine.
Botanical medicines have been a mainstay of addressing perimenopause and menopause symptoms for consumers, patients and alternative minded practitioners. Uses based on historical and traditional bodies of knowledge have been around for generations, but published research studies in this area of women’s health care have been in the literature for only the last 35 years or so. Most of these studies have focused on hot flashes/night sweats, read more…
Transdermals and orals and pellets oh my! When it comes to offering estrogen supplementation to your female patients the choices are abundant, but how do you know which one to choose? Are there advantages of one administration route over another?
While one specific form of estrogen therapy may not be appropriate for every patient, research demonstrates a clear victor when it comes to bioavailability, metabolism, clinical efficacy, potential side effects and risk profile transdermal estrogen.
While some women elect subcutaneous pellet or intramuscular injection of their estrogen therapy, these routes of administration are more invasive than other choices and, once read more…
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Slower metabolism, hand in hand with weight gain and fatigue, is an all too common and miserable experience for women in their forties and older. Slowing of vital cellular functions and changing/fluctuating hormone levels all have a profound effect on the way women burn and/or store energy. Changes in ‘energy’ pathways and the waxing and waning of hormone levels all contribute to the adrenal fatigue and an increased propensity for weight gain.
During the menopausal transition, many women can effect a profound change in their attitudes and approach to self-care and their read more…
Clinical Effects of a Proprietary Combination Isoflavone Nutritional Supplement in Menopausal Women: A Pilot Trial
Daniel Lukaczer, ND, et al.
Women often experience climacteric symptoms as they reach menopause. These symptoms can vary in intensity and frequency, but most often include hot flushes, night sweats, and vaginal dryness. read more…