Progesterone is one of most important hormones made by the human body. As women enter menopause, their levels of progesterone and other sex hormones start to significantly decrease. This often leads to unwanted symptoms such as hot flashes, mood swings, irregular menstrual cycles, anxiety, depression, low sex drive, food cravings, trouble sleeping, cramps, weight gain, and bloating.
Progesterone's role in hormone replacement therapy:
The term "estrogen" refers to a group of related hormones, each with a unique activity. The three main estrogens women produce are: Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), and Estriol (E3).
Estrogen's role in hormone replacement therapy:
Testosterone, an androgen hormone, is an important hormone in women and men. It is important to the integrity of skin, muscle, and bone.
Testosterone's role in hormone replacement therapy may:
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