Women's Hormones

Hormone; The Women’s Hormone Network announced its upcoming educational hormone symposium for medical practitioners. Entitled, 21st Century Hormone Advancements: The Practitioner’s Comprehensive Guide to Bioidentical Hormones through Menopause and Andropause, the symposium will be held November 7-10, 2019 at the Marriott Irvine Spectrum, 7905 Irvine Center Drive, Irvine, CA 92618.

Effect of Women’s Hormones

Hormones have many important effects on women’s health. The female sex hormones, estrogen and progesterone, are most well known; so because their influence on a woman’s reproductive health, from menstruation to pregnancy to menopause and more. But your body also makes and uses many other kinds of hormones that affect other aspects of your health from your energy level, weight, mood and much more.

Women today are living longer and therefore asking more and more questions about how to take control of their bodies through the aging process. WHN’s objective is to promote, advocate, and advance women’s wellbeing and longevity through clinical research and education about the benefits of Physiologic Restoration (PR) to reduce the symptoms of hormone imbalance and degenerative decline.

Females at different stages of their menstrual cycle have show to display differences in sexual attraction. Heterosexual females not using birth control pills who are ovulating (high levels of estrogens); which have a preference for the scent of males with low levels of fluctuating asymmetry.

Ovulating heterosexual females also display preferences toward masculine faces; also report greater sexual attraction to males other than their current partner. From an evolutionary perspective, increases in estrogens during fertile periods in females; which may direct sexual motivation toward males with preferential genes

The replacement therapy

The symposium, facilitate by WHN, is design for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physician’s assistants; also other healthcare providers involve with supporting patient use of hormones. It is intend to provide the most comprehensive overview of a variety of methods to replace and restore hormones in women and men.

The experts will showcase in-depth strategies on how to optimize hormones; so through low dose static replacement, hormone pellet implants, and rhythmically dose Physiologic Restoration (PR). Additionally, treatment approaches will be cover relating to PCOS, breast cancer, prostate cancer, sleep and stress issues, transgender reassignment advances, sexual dysfunction, heart disease, BPH and lower urinary tract symptoms, and infertility.

The symposium speakers are well-known expert practitioners in the field of hormone replacement therapy; also include: Barbi Barrett, MD, Ron Rothenberg, MD, Mike Hua, PharmD, Julie Taguchi, MD, Andrew Jurow, MD, Gretchen Jones, PA-C, Uzzi Reiss, MD, Felice L. Gersh, MD, Rebecca Provorse, ND, Kristin Hart, RN, FNP, and Stephen Center, MD. The symposium schedule spans four days.