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Gestanin (Allyloestrenol)

I am very much opposed to the idea that Hormone Replacement Therapy should be the first thing women think about when they begin to experience menopausal symptoms. In many cases I don’t feel that the actual cause of these symptoms is the menopause itself- though it may well exacerbate and act as a kind of catalyst for problems that are already there. Our diets, our lifestyles, our lack of essential nutrients may well be exposed by this particular event. For while hot flushes and vaginal dryness may be specific to the menopause, other symptoms like mood swings, painful breasts and water retention are often associated with pre-menstrual problems as well. Once a woman reaches a certain age it’s very easy to label all her symptoms ‘menopausal’. Many of these symptoms are less to do with a shortage of hormones and much more to do with an imbalance. It is restoring the balance, rather than pumping ourselves full of outside hormones, that is the key. There are numerous different ways we can do this without resorting to powerful drugs. As well as getting our nutrition right we can use natural therapies to combat particular problems and improve our overall health. And these therapies can bring us to a fuller understanding of the way our bodies work. Once this is grasped it will become clear that the menopause is not a medical condition but a natural event that our bodies, given the chance, should cope with perfectly happily.

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