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ID 24345
  Title Treatment modalities for menopause and andropause [audio lecture]
Journal DC Tracts. 2015 Fall;27(3):2
Peer Review No
Publication Type Audio Lecture

Lecture I Outline
1. Menopause
A. Definition
B. Types of treatment
  1. exercise and diet
  2. naturally occurring estrogens (animal derived)
  3. Bioidentical hormones (BHRT)
  4. phytoestrogens (plant derived)
  5. Synthetic hormones, estrogen and progesterone (HRT)
C. Use of estrogens and progesterones
  1. oral contraceptives
  2. menopause
  3. Surgical removal of ovary
  4. perimenopausal
  5. adverse effects
  6. modes of delivery systems
  7. types of preparations available
D. Selective estrogens modulators
  1. antagonists
  2. agonists
E. Naturally occurring hormones
  1. premarin
F. Synthetic hormones
  1. ethinyl estradiol
  2. mestranol
G. Phytoestrogens
  1. botanicals
 H. FDA approved bioidentical hormones
  1. estrogens
  2. micronized progesterone
  3. combined preparations
 I. Dietary regulations for menopause and andropause
II. Andropause
  A.Risk factor
  E. Drugs used (testosterone)
  F. Bioidentical hormones used (androgens)
  G. Andropause symptoms

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