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The Estrogen Fix: The Breakthrough Guide to Being Healthy, Energized, and Hormonally Balanced Paperback – September 19, 2017
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About the Author
Mache Seibel, MD, is one of America’s leading experts on women’s wellness and menopause. A distinguished alumnus of the University of Texas Medical Branch, he is a member of the Harvard Medical School faculty. He is the editor of The Hot Years; My Menopause Magazine, which won a Web Health Award; and is the creator of MenopauseQuiz.com, a 2-minute online quiz that tells women the impact of menopause on their lives. Dr. Seibel contributes to BottomLine.com and The Huffington Post, and appears regularly on national media including PBS, NPR, MSNBC, Today, and Inside Edition. Dr. Seibel lives in Boston.
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I tried bioidentical hormones about 5 years ago in my 50s and never felt so bad -- I blew up like a balloon. I think I still had enough hormones in me that adding more was very problematic. I am 63 now and last year one day I woke up and felt "old." I had also gained belly fat which is typical in finally hitting menopause. I found a good (woman) doctor who put me back on bios -- estrogen patch, prometrium, compounded testosterone. I finally feel good again.
The "window" in his book is about women UNDER 60 taking hormones and he alludes to how dangerous hormones are (causing cancer) for women over 60 and that they should only stay on hormones for 5 years. His recommendations would definitely NOT have worked for me in my 50s as stated above. I have had doctors tell me they have women in their 70s still taking bioidential hormones and they are fine.
Not sure if I would recommend this book over books written by Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet or the book, The Perimenopause & Menopause Workbook. Vliet's books make the most sense to me. I suggest starting with those books first.
I first read this book when it was named The Estrogen Window. In this first of its kind books, Harvard faculty member and international menopause expert Dr. Mache Seibel explains in easy to understand language how there is an estrogen window of opportunity to take hormones. Begin treatment in your estrogen window and estrogen can lower your risk of breast cancer, heart disease, dementia and more. But once the estrogen window closes, the reverse can be true.
The Estrogen Fix is recommended by the North American Menopause Society not only for every woman in and around menopause, but also for their doctors.