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Multiple contradictory studies and reports have left women worried that estrogen for menopause is a medical form of Russian roulette, a treatment that may relieve their symptoms but could cost them their health… add to that an autoimmune and what are you suppose to do?
This week’s guest on The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio is Dr. Mache Seibel, an international health expert and leading authority in women’s wellness and menopause, and now the author of the #1 Best Selling menopause book on Amazon, The Estrogen Window, in which he explains in simple terms how to take estrogen safely to lower the risk of disease and reduce your symptoms.
On The Autoimmune Hour Dr. Mache Seibel shares the truth and a few startling facts on:
- Why women and their doctors were caught in a crossfire of anger, fear, distrust, suffering, and a lack of answers and how to take charge of your own healthcare
- The top mistakes to avoid when deciding on whether estrogen is right for you – including surprising news about why “bioidenticals” and “compounding” might not be right for you
- Who should and should not use hormone therapy and how autoimmune can change your choices.
Listen to this latest podcast available now at www.understandingautoimmune.com/DrSeibel to learn the facts you need to know if hormone therapy is right for you and how you can change your health outcomes.
Dr. Mache Seibel is an international health expert and leading authority in women’s wellness and menopause. He served 20 years on the Harvard Medical Faculty and is currently a professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Mache (MAYsh) is a frequent speaker and media expert and the recipient of multiple awards including the Media Award from the North American Menopause Society for advancing the understanding of Menopause. His latest book is the #1 Best Selling menopause book on Amazon, The Estrogen Window, in which he explains in simple terms how to take estrogen safely to lower the risk of disease and reduce your symptoms.