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The good, the bad, and the myths of hormone therapy

July 2 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

myths of hormone therapy

Hormone therapy (HT) is the most effective treatment for hot flashes, night sweats and other menopause challenges, and has been shown to prevent bone loss and fracture.  SO WHY ARE SO FEW WOMEN ON HT?  Because of fear, misinformation, myths, and lack of good information about the benefits, risks, and contraindications for HT.  In this ONLINE event you’ll learn about the good, the bad, and the myths of hormone therapy.

Learn more about this event and REGISTER HERE.

This workshop is for you if:

  • You’re afraid of taking HT
  • Your friend told you HT will kill you
  • Your Dr. says you don’t need help with menopause symptoms — it only goes on for few years!
  • Tried several non-hormonal treatments with little or no relief
  • Are on the fence about HT and need more information to make an educated treatment decision
  • You can’t sleep, can’t function, and want your quality of life to improve
  • You may have to quit your job to get your life back
  • No one ever told you exactly what HT is and how it works
  • You heard about HT but don’t know what it is
  • You’ve only heard bad things about HT — what I call the “myths of hormone therapy”


In this workshop you’ll learn:

  • The benefits, risks, and contraindications for HT
  • Types of HT available to Canadian women
  • Whether you’re a good candidate for HT
  • About individualized treatment to maximize benefits and minimize risks
  • The best time to initiate and stop HT


Learn more about this event and REGISTER HERE.

Time for Q&A!

If you can’t attend live and you’re a WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network member then you’ll receive a link to the recorded webinar to watch at your leisure.

If you’re not a WHIM Network member yet and would like to be, you can sign up here.


Learn more about this event and REGISTER HERE.




Teresa Isabel Dias

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