Hormones May Help Ward Off Dementia

Hormones May Help Ward Off Dementia

There are 16 comments on the Newsday story from May 2, 2007, titled Hormones May Help Ward Off Dementia. In it, Newsday reports that:

New research suggests that hormone therapy taken soon after menopause may help protect against dementia, even though it raises the risk of mental decline in women who do not take the drugs until they are older.

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Mike

Narvon, PA

#1 May 3, 2007
Really? I've seen some....women that nothing would help.
danielle

Andover, MA

#2 Apr 28, 2009
Hi i want to no how to get my hormons up so that i can get taller
danielle

Andover, MA

#3 Apr 28, 2009
So how can i get taller
liner

Hicksville, NY

#4 Apr 28, 2009
Die. And wait to be reincarnated as a basketball player.
Not a good idea

United States

#5 Apr 28, 2009
The last thing women need at and beyond menopause is estrogen. In most menopausal women who have breast cancer tumors, the tumors are able to flourish primarily because of the presence of estrogen. So giving women more estrogen is a very bad idea. There are lots of good drugs for dementia. Find a good pyschiatrist and let them help you.
The Risks of Estrogen

Saint Catharines, Canada

#6 May 13, 2009
The use of estrogen is a known breast cancer agent in menopausal women. Women are not suffering from dementia in greater numbers than men and there are many natural ways to help with memory. Memory exercises and the help of therapies are far safer.
cheryl

AOL

#7 May 25, 2009
is there any new prempro lawsuit news
Abbey

United States

#8 Sep 29, 2009
Ok, a good pyschiatrist is not going to fix your hormone imbalance. Get a saliva kit, you can do it yourself and mail it in. I was estrogen dominate, most likely from being on the pill for so many years.
I am now on vienue woman's formula (homeopathy) testosterone and love it. Go check out the success stories and take the t test. vienue.com

“Naughty Housewife”

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#9 Oct 7, 2009
danielle wrote:
So how can i get taller
good question, i'd LOVE to know too.
Abbey

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Oct 8, 2009
Girls stop growing at the age of 18, boys stop growing at about 21-23 years. I know that for me it was between 14 & 15, I am 5' 2".
Stay away from junk food. But genes are genes.

“Naughty Housewife”

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#11 Oct 8, 2009
Abbey wrote:
Girls stop growing at the age of 18, boys stop growing at about 21-23 years. I know that for me it was between 14 & 15, I am 5' 2".
Stay away from junk food. But genes are genes.
I don't know if i believe those statistics, i think that's more of an "on average" time of thing.
I didn't get breast until i was around 18 and now i'm almost 23 in a small D. I didn't stop growing.=P

I'm 5'1 and i've always been tiny, tiny, tiny. I was in a 14/14 in child sizes until i was in about the 9th grade.

I was very behind in body development. My sister didn't get her period until she was 16 and she just got boobs at around 19.(she's not blood)
Abbey

Los Angeles, CA

#12 Oct 19, 2009
Mistress_Ophelia wrote:
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I don't know if i believe those statistics, i think that's more of an "on average" time of thing.
I didn't get breast until i was around 18 and now i'm almost 23 in a small D. I didn't stop growing.=P
I'm 5'1 and i've always been tiny, tiny, tiny. I was in a 14/14 in child sizes until i was in about the 9th grade.
I was very behind in body development. My sister didn't get her period until she was 16 and she just got boobs at around 19.(she's not blood)
<quoted text>
Sorry, I should have said skeletal growth. I started developing breast in the 2nd grade, by 5th grade I was a D cup and was getting beat up for them, literally. At 10 I started my period. My bone growth stopped at about 14. I am 5'2", 43 yrs and have been having trouble since I had tubal ligation in 2003. I am taking Vienue Testosterone and now vienue USP Progesterone, they also have saliva testing kits, which when it comes to testing hormones it is more accurate than blood. I wish my mother and my grandmother had vienue when they were having these same issues.
A lot of gals tell me they wish they were shorter; the grass is always greener on the other side.

“Naughty Housewife”

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#13 Oct 20, 2009
Honestly, i think i have plenty of hormones to go around. lol

But yes, skeletal...i could see that.
Pia

San Diego, CA

#15 Dec 9, 2009
Google search Premier Hormone Balance
Abbey wrote:
Ok, a good pyschiatrist is not going to fix your hormone imbalance. Get a saliva kit, you can do it yourself and mail it in. I was estrogen dominate, most likely from being on the pill for so many years.
I am now on vienue woman's formula (homeopathy) testosterone and love it. Go check out the success stories and take the t test. vienue.com
Desmond

Romania

#17 Aug 16, 2013
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Germany

#19 Sep 15, 2013
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