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Where does estrogen come from after menopause?

Written by Richard Johnson - February 11, 2023

Where Does Estrogen Come From After Menopause?

Menopause is the natural decline in hormone production that happens to all women during their reproductive years. During this time, their body goes through many changes, including decreased production of estrogen. This can lead to a variety of health issues and symptoms associated with menopause.

The primary source of estrogen after menopause is the body itself - it gradually produces less and less as time passes. For some women, this reduction is drastic enough that they may opt for supplemental hormones or hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Depending on the severity of her symptoms, a woman may need to take additional steps to replace or supplement estrogen in order to help maintain balance in her body.

There are several potential sources for hormone replacement therapy, depending on the woman’s medical history and needs. Some potential sources include:

  • Bioidentical Hormones: Natural compounds produced from plants with molecular structure identical to those found naturally by the body. These hormones can be customized by a healthcare professional to meet individual needs and provide relief from menopausal symptoms.
  • Synthetic Hormones: Modified forms of bioidentical hormones that are not naturally produced by the human body, but still mimic its effects. They can provide relief from symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats, but come with some risks like increased risk of cancer and stroke, so they should always be taken under doctor supervision.
  • Herbals/Supplements: Herbal supplements such as black cohosh have both been studied for their ability to treat menopausal symptoms without using medications or hormones; however, long-term safety studies are lacking, making them best suited for short-term symptom management only.

Women should talk with their doctor about all available options for replacing estrogen after menopause before making any decisions about what's right for them individually. HGH Pro clinic offers safe and reliable alternatives for hormone replacement therapy specifically tailored for each patient's needs in order to provide individualized care and symptom relief throughout perimenopause and menopause transition stages**.**

Additionally there are lifestyle modifications that can help reduce the severity of symptoms associated with estrogen deficiency such as getting regular exercise, staying hydrated, quitting smoking if applicable and avoiding caffeine late at night.* A healthy diet full of fresh fruits & vegetables along with plenty lean protein helps support your endocrine system during these times. Adequate sleep every night is also essential!

With proper guidance, women going through perimenopause or postmenopausal stages can continue enjoying life while easing into this new stage gracefully through properly managed hormone care plans coupled with lifestyle modifications*. As always it is wise to consult your physician when selecting an appropriate plan* . HGH Pro clinic offers comprehensive services tailored uniquely according to each patient's individual needs helping them achieve balance in this new phase of life** . **

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