Menopause

rpbb

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I'll jump back in. My girl runs 2 ius per day of hgh, and 20 mg of test cyp per week. I said to start off at the lower doses to see how she tolerates it. I'd look closer at the biodentical estrogen and progesterone. You want to start off very slowly with this stuff, it's not as straight forward or easy to predict with girls.
 

mands

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@mands,
Thank you very much, 2 units in the morning and 1 unit in the evening 2 hours before sleeping is good? 15 mg or 20 mg testo u 1x a week is good? Estrogen progesterone pill . .. Hgh meditrope, testo u hilma, estrogen progesterone pharma. I understood well ? Excuse my english google, thanks
Yes sounds good. A clinic can do Estrogen/Progesterone injections as well.

Please make sure you are getting lab work done for her so you can adjust accordingly. You don't want super physiological levels. You just want her feeling like her young self again.

mands
 

ManK

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Menopause dont give weight gain: menopause cut the estrogen of women, so they become less fat and they have less water retention.
Women that become fat in menopause are women that EAT too much....
 

ManK

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One of best new product for menopause is "DUAVIVE" a recent new pill that have estrogen+bazedoxifene.
Bazedoxifene is a SERM (like tamoxifene) that mimic progesterone action avoiding risk of uterine cancer.
Search about it.
 

dd340

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Menopause dont give weight gain: menopause cut the estrogen of women, so they become less fat and they have less water retention.
Women that become fat in menopause are women that EAT too much....
Estrogen does not contribute to fat gain, it just redistributes where fat is stored. This is true for men and women.
 

ickyrica

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Is there a recommended blood panel my wife can take to see where her hormones are at? I know there is the basic hormone panel for females, but would anything else be needed that isn't covered in that test? She's hinting at maybe starting down that path if it's needed, so I'm assuming that's my cue to become educated (to some degree). Any help would be greatly appreciated! We have a doctor that would be able to treat her if needed, but it's not her primary. Can she see a specialist for that stuff and have it not be her primary? My hormone doc is my primary so it's a one stop shop for me...
 
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