The regimens of systemic hormone therapy in Finland contain exclusively estradiol, which is given either orally (90%) or transdermally (10%). The regimens identified by trade names were transformed into doses of estradiol (oral or transdermal). Various progestogens were used in combination with estradiol (that is, oestrogen-progestogen therapy), of which norethisterone acetate and medroxyprogesterone acetate were the most common.
jerryb wrote:Sorry to add complications but my wife (78) was put on HRT by Bredesen Practitioner . About four months in she had a very bad reaction with swollen ankles, lethargy, and more gut problems on top of her ongoing IBS type C. It had to be either the HRT or the Bredesen supplements and wlhen these were discontinued the symptoms slowly improved but I don’t think she has returned to previous level physically or cognitely. ( MOCA going from range of 19 to 23 down to 16 supports my impression. ) Have had to discontinue protocol and have only staying in ketosis left as hope.
Hi Surupe,Surupe wrote:I have been spending hours upon hours trying to find studies about Testosterone and it’s effects on Apoe4 carriers. I came across this study and am curious what people think.
https://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=ne ... FaXGT413UJ
I find my menopause brain fog is just awful and appears to be getting worse. I feel hopeless and have no idea what to do. I am taking BiEst and it’s doing nothing for me. My nurse practitioner is trying to talk me into adding testosterone . Anybody here have experience with it?
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