Hormonal Therapy: A Basic Clinical Approach

Richard Sinclair, MD

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Job Title / Position: American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology

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Dr Sinclair will be examining the female reproductive cycle from menarche (around 13 years) to menopause (~43 years): what can go wrong, why they go wrong, and most importantly, what can be done about them…especially where hormonal imbalances are concerned. He will also be focusing on the newer, safer drugs – including estrogen, progesterone and androgens – that have been developed for menopausal therapy (43-65 years).

Throughout the presentation, he will show how hormonal balances (or imbalances) can affect one’s general health and outlook on life.

We’ll be talking about women’s hormones through their reproductive lifecycles: from 13 all the way to menopause.

Also to be included in this discussion:

  • Hormonal imbalances and how they are treated
  • Early and late menopause
  • Actual case histories
  • History of, and advances in estrogen replacement therapy
  • Testing processes (“Test, don’t guess”)

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