Quick question for you: Which of the following is true?

A. Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is safer than traditional HRT.
B. Traditional HRT is safer than bio-identicals.
C. All hormones come with risks.
D. It’s complicated.

Not sure? You’re not alone. But when your health and quality of life are at stake, some questions really shouldn’t go unanswered.

(The most correct answer is C, but really D is also true – it’s complicated.)

Is hormone replacement therapy (HRT) safe?

If you’ve got hormones, you’ve probably got questions. If you or someone close to you is somewhere in the menopause transition, you may be wondering what you can do to get through this.

You need answers.

When can I stop using birth control?

Menopause is still a taboo subject, and women are often embarrassed to talk about it, even with their own doctors. While we’re all working to change that, women still need access to good information.

That’s why genneve offered a free, open-to-the-public webinar on All Things Menopause. Attendees joined our Director of Health, OB/GYN Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su, for an open, frank conversation about what’s going on in their bodies and how they can manage the transition.

When do these menopause symptoms go away?

We’re planning even more of these great webinars, so be sure to stay tuned to genneve.com or better yet, sign up for our newsletter and get first crack at the available seats!

Get the transcript.

There was a whole lot of information in that webinar, so if you’d like it in a form you can print out and consult as needed (or take to your doc), click here to view and/or download.

Is sexual intercourse painful? Check out our webinar on painful sex for reasons and solutions. 

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Shannon Perry

Shannon is a celebrated author and global educator. Whether she’s interviewing a physician or producing a podcast, her appetite for research, facts, and truth culminates in credible health education and programming that women can rely on. An avid runner, cyclist, and climber, Shannon knows a thing or two about thriving in midlife and lives in Seattle with her cat, dog and boyfriend.

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