Posts Tagged ‘oestrogen’

MENOPAUSE ‘ASK THE EXPERTS’ QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022

The following ‘Ask the Experts’ questions were sent in to The Menopause Exchange by our members, the answers were provided by our ‘Ask the Experts’ panel and included in issues 90 (autumn 2021) & 91 (winter 2021/2022) of The Menopause Exchange newsletter.  If you would like to read the questions and answers in the latest issue of The Menopause Exchange newsletter sign up for FREE emailed newsletters https://menopause-exchange.co.uk/join_us

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OESTROGEN AND HRT

Monday, July 25th, 2022

Oestradiol is your body’s key form of oestrogen. At the menopause, your oestradiol levels drop dramatically, driving menopause symptoms such as hot flushes, insomnia and brain fog. HRT eases these symptoms by balancing your missing hormones.

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INFLAMMATION AT THE MENOPAUSE

Monday, July 18th, 2022

Inflammation occurs when your body tries to protect itself from infection by foreign organisms, including bacteria and viruses. It involves several processes, including action by your white blood cells. The whole process is called an immune response. A short sharp immune reaction, such as a bee sting, is called an acute inflammatory response. Other immune responses can go on for some time and are called chronic inflammation.

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