HRT why, when, who and which?
A podcast series featuring Professor John Studd and his internationally acknowledged team of gynaecology-endocrine specialists. HRT is effective, beneficial and safe to use for many women.
Through this podcast series listeners are invited to learn more about why it is important to understand the core medical implications, when and for who HRT might be appropriate as well as the different types of hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
Episode 1 - Eleven good reasons
Hello and a warm welcome to this new podcast on hormone replacement therapy! This podcast is powered by The London PMS and Menopause Centre and hosted by Chloe Russell. On today’s episode we talk with Professor John Studd about his research into ten (and more) good reasons to be happy about taking HRT.
Episode 3 - What is HRT?
Three hormones are largely responsible with differing physiological impacts. HRT supplements these hormones to create a positive, healthy balance to suit individual needs. In this third episode we speak to Professor John Studd about the role of oestrogen, testosterone and progesterone.
Episode 4 - Bones, exercise and hormones
Professor Studd answers a number of questions relating to the gynaecological approach to bone health, including the following:
What is the relationship between bones and hormones? How does HRT can reduce low bone density? What is osteoporosis? Who is more likely to suffer from osteoporosis? What you can do to avoid bone fractures?