Category Archives: Menopause

5 Testosterone for Women Myths Busted

Myth 1 – Only Men Need Testosterone. Many women are surprised to learn than their bodies produce testosterone just like men.  The difference being that women make about 5 to 10%  of the quantity. This means that it does not… Continue reading »

New Clinical Study For AndroFeme

At Hormone Solutions we continue to be involved in clinical trials and studies around the world. The latest study to be undertaken will look at what is the optimum application advice for AndroFeme® (An open-label, phase 2, single centre, Continue reading »

Quality Menopause Information On YouTube

There is certainly mountains of information on the internet with regards to the signs and symptoms of menopause making it difficult to discern fact from fiction. Whilst each women will experience their own menopause journey it is important they are… Continue reading »

What Is In Your Cream?

Hormone Solutions recently received an email asking about the ingredients we use in ProFeme – our pure progesterone cream. What is in your cream is an important question to ask, this email looks at phenoxyethanol, a preserving agent, see the… Continue reading »

More Happy AndroFeme Customers!

Here at Hormone Solutions we love to hear feedback from our customers. Here is a copy of an email we recently received from one more happy AndroFeme customer; Dear Michael, I saw your e mail address on the update and Continue reading »

The Menopause Transition – Effects on Memory and Attention

It is not uncommon for women going through menopause to comment that they feel ‘fuzzy’ in the head and whilst they are managing to function normally it may well be below par for them. Whilst estrogen and progesterone are useful… Continue reading »

Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder

The Endocrine Society recently appointed a task force to update guidelines for the use of androgens (testosterone) in women. The results were published in October this year giving clinicians clear guidelines for the use of testosterone for women, including the… Continue reading »

Preventing Endometrial Hyperplasia

History has shown that estrogen replacement given alone to women with an intact uterus has the potential to overstimulate the endometrial lining. This results in a thickening of the uterus lining called endometrial hyperplasia which is a significant risk factor… Continue reading »

Different Progestogens And Their Risks

Pharmacist Dr Alfred Mueck is a leading expert on hormonal contraception and hormone therapy. He recently spoke at the World Menopause Congress on different progestogens (the most important being progesterone) and whether they convey different risks. Here is a summary Continue reading »

Testosterone, It’s Not All About Sex

  A recent edition of the popular Australian science program Catalyst, takes a fascinating look at testosterone (Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Thursday 18th September 2014).  Presenter Dr Graham Phillips explores current research occurring within Australia with regards to this important… Continue reading »

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