Dealing with Perimenopause

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You don’t feel as great as you used to. You’re moody, irritable and you can’t keep the weight off. You’re tired all the time and can’t seem to get enough sleep. Your family may be treading on eggshells around you. It’s almost like you’re living in a perpetual state of PMS – and that’s not … Continued

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It’s a Wrap: This Week in Hormones…

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There’s been a lot of talk about hormones in the media lately and the bioidentical hormone experts compiled a list of some recent articles that you might find interesting.

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It’s a Wrap: This Week in Hormones…

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There’s been a lot of talk about hormones in the media lately and the bioidentical hormone experts compiled a list of some recent articles that you might find interesting.

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Medical Mondays: How do I know if I’m going through perimenopause?

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The only real symptoms I have is an irregular menstrual cycle and fatigue that get progressively worsens throughout the day. I work with menopausal women that say I am about to go through the change. I am only 42. No night sweats, hot flashes or changes in libido. How do I know for sure if I’m going through perimenopause?

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Medical Mondays: Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance Affect Younger Women Too

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I’m 28 years old and I feel like I’m losing it. I know it sounds ridiculous, but all the symptoms seem to point to menopause. My doctor tells me that I’m too young and when I asked to have my hormones evaluated, he said that it wasn’t necessary and that nothing was wrong with me. I’m always feel like I’m running on empty. Given my age, is it possible that I’m feeling the way that I am is because of my hormones.</

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Sacramento Bioidentical Hormones Expert, Bob Ghelfi, M.D. Discusses Perimenopause

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30-year old Cassie Chapple (UK) entered early menopause – or perimenopause – nearly a decade ago. At age 21, following her first pregnancy, doctors told Cassie that she was experiencing premature menopause and would require hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to boost estrogen levels. Although the HRT would help to reduce Cassie’s risk of osteoporosis and heart disease, she was told on three separate occasions, all by different physicians that she had “next to no chance” of having children again in her lifetime.

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