Oprah Winfrey Praises BioIdentical Hormones

Oprah_WInfrey_2Oprah Winfrey Praises  BioIdentical Hormones

by Jeffrey Dach MD

Oprah Winfrey is singing  praises for bioidentical hormones for menopause.  Oprah was suffering for a couple of years with menopause and low thyroid.  She wasn’t feeling herself, and her doctors had no answers.

Finally, she found a new doctor and started a Bioidentical Hormone Program, and in less than three days, her menopausal symptoms had resolved, and she was singing praises.

Oprah shared her experiences with the entire nation with a January 15, 2009 television show which highlighted bioidentical hormones.  Also present on the show were Robin McGray (wife of Dr Phil), Dr. Christiane Northrup and Dr. Oz.

Menopausal Symptoms

Menopausal symptoms include night sweats, hot flashes, insomnia, foggy thinking, bloating, weight gain, and mood disturbances.  These are all symptoms of estrogen deficiency and are relieved with bioidentical hormone therapy.

Bioidentical Hormones are Good.  

Bioidentical hormones are identical the those in the human body.  Research studies show that bioidentical hormones are safer and more effective than synthetic hormones at maintaining health after menopause.

Synthetic Hormones are Bad, Avoid Them.

Synthetic progestins and other chemically altered hormones such as Provera (Medroxyprogesterone) are monster hormones proven to  cancer and heart disease in the Womens Health Initiative Study.  These monster hormones should be banned.

Oprah’s Magazine

Queen Oprah talks about Bioidentical Hormones Replacement Therapy in her magazine “O”.

“After one day on bioidentical estrogen, I felt the veil lift,” Winfrey writes. “After three days, the sky was bluer, my brain was no longer fuzzy, my memory was sharper. I was literally singing and had a skip in my step.”

oprah_7Left image: shows Oprah’s weight gain which resolved after treatment with bioidentical hormones and thyroid medications.

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References:

http://women.webmd.com/news/20090115/oprah-and-bioidentical-hormones-faq

Oprah and Bioidentical Hormones: FAQ  Oprah Is Talking About Bioidentical Hormones for Menopause; Experts Weigh In
By Miranda Hitti WebMD Health NewsReviewed by Louise Chang, MD

Queen Oprah talks about Bioidentical Hormones Replacement Therapy in her magazine “O”. “After one day on bioidentical estrogen, I felt the veil lift,” Winfrey writes. “After three days, the sky was bluer, my brain was no longer fuzzy, my memory was sharper. I was literally singing and had a skip in my step.”

http://thyroid.about.com/b/2009/01/08/oprah-thyroid-cured.htm
Could Oprah Winfrey Really Be Cured of Thyroid Disease?
Thursday January 8, 2009 By Mary Shomon, About.com Guide to Thyroid Disease since 1997

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