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Menopausal Hormone Therapy: Questions to Ask Your Doctor
If you are considering using hormone therapy to relieve menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, and mood swings, among others, you should consult a gynecological endocrinologist first.
Every woman is unique, and it is important to choose the right therapy for you. Here's what you should discuss with your doctor:
– Is it possible for you to use hormone therapy? There are situations when it might not be prescribed, for example, due to medical history or certain drug allergies.
– Which tests should you do before getting a prescription? The most common ones are
mammography and/or breast ultrasound, colposcopy, blood tests, and electrocardiography.
– Which form of medication should you choose? Today, there are a wide variety of hormone therapy products available in a range of forms, such as pills, patches, gels, creams, vaginal suppositories, injections, and even sprays.
– Should you use the medication in cycles or continuously? How you use it will determine whether or not you experience menstruation-like bleeding.
– What are your alternatives? There is a variety of options other than hormone therapy. Perhaps, together with your doctor, you can find another treatment that will be more suitable for you.
Your doctor will tell you more about any changes you’re going through and prescribe the necessary tests. Don't hesitate to ask everything you want to know — you should feel informed and in control!
How to Deal With Thinning Hair and Hair Loss After 40
Many women experience significant hormonal changes when they reach their late 40s and early 50s. During this time, many different physical symptoms can appear, including hair thinning and loss. Fortunately, unlike genetic hair loss, you can reverse most hair loss caused by hormonal imbalances. If you are entering the mid-years of your life, it’s a good idea to check your hormone levels. This will help you better understand why you are experiencing symptoms such as hair loss.
There is a high chance that any thinning hair and hair loss has to do with a decrease in your estrogen levels. It’s best to add foods containing protein, iron, zinc, and vitamin E to your diet. You could try different kinds of fish (salmon, trout, tuna, and mackerel), oils (sesame, olive, and walnut oils), vegetables and fruits, nuts, and whole grains.
If you want to make your hair look (and feel) healthier, wash it regularly (every 2–3 days) with a mild shampoo free of added chemicals. Treat your hair gently. Don’t comb or brush your hair when it’s wet. Using your fingers to detangle is a gentler option. Putting your hair up in a tight bun or ponytail can cause added stress on the hair and hair follicles.
Finally, try to limit the use of hair dryers or irons on your hair. They can dry and damage your hair.