- hormones (estrogen and progestin) are given to postmenopausal women
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(hormone replacement therapies - HRT) Treatment with sex hormones to replace those no longer being produced. Women may take oestrogen alone, or more usually, oestrogen and progesterone after after natural or early menopause. Men may take testosterone after having both testicles removed during cancer treatment. HRT should not be taken by people wi
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the use of natural or artificial hormones to treat hormone deficiencies
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Hormone replacement therapy or HRT involves giving hormones to women when the menopause starts, to replace those that the body no longer produces.
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In females, treatment with sex hormones for a number for reasons, including menopause, partial or full hysterectomy, or amenorrhoea.In women, treatment with sex hormones is indicated for a number of reasons, including menopause, partial or full hysterectomy, or amenorrhoea. After menopause, conjugated oestrogens, estradiol, or estrone sulfate are g
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hormone-replacement therapy noun
hormones (estrogen and progestin) are given to postmenopausal women; believed to protect them from heart disease and osteoporosis
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the administration of hormones to correct a deficiency, such as estrogen replacement therapy after menopause.
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(from the article `Health and Disease`) ...is dependent on the hormone estrogen for its growth. The researchers believed that the drops in that one-year period could be attributed to the ...
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Use of the female hormones estrogen and progesterone to relieve symptoms in women who are either menopausal or have had both ovaries removed. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is effective against hot flushes, vaginal dryness, and the mood changes associated with the menop...
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The use of the female hormone, estrogen, to replace the hormone that the body no longer produces naturally after medical or surgical menopause. It is given in pill or patch form to relieve symptoms of menopause and to help protect women against osteoporosis and heart disease. Synonym(s): Estrogen Replacement Therapy
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Type: Term Synonyms: estrogen replacement therapy
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Hormones (estrogen, progesterone, or both) given to women after menopause to replace the hormones no longer produced by the ovaries. Also called HRT and menopausal hormone therapy.
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Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for transgender and transsexual individuals introduces hormones associate with the gender that the patient identifies with (notably testosterone for trans men and estrogen for trans women). Some intersex people also receive HRT, either starting in childhood to confirm the gender they were a
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Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for transgender and transsexual people changes the balance of sex hormones in their bodies. Some intersex people also receive HRT, either starting in childhood to confirm the sex to which they were assigned, or later, if this assignment has proven to be incorrect. Some men may use HRT to ha
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Hormone replacement therapy refers to any form of hormone therapy wherein the patient, in the course of medical treatment, receives hormones, either to supplement a lack of naturally occurring hormones, or to substitute other hormones for naturally occurring hormones. Common forms of hormone replacement therapy include: ...
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Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a system of medical treatment for surgically menopausal, transgender, perimenopausal and to a lesser extent postmenopausal women. It is based on the idea that the treatment may prevent discomfort caused by diminished circulating oestrogen and progesterone hormones, or in the case of the surgi
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