The 15 Major Hormone Therapies
The most frequently prescribed hormone therapies, including growth hormone, MSH and MSH-like, oxytocin, vasopressin/desmopressin, melatonin, thyroid, calcitonin, IGF-1, cortisol/glucocorticoids, pregnenolone, DHEA, aldosterone/fludrocortisone, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone in men and women, on how to
- detect hormone deficiencies,
- recognize the typical symptoms and physical signs (with pictures of patients),
- interpret the laboratory tests,
- correct the deficits with hormone supplements.
Gain insight into how to diagnose and correct the most important hormone deficiencies – the 15 Major Hormone Therapies.
A good overview of the most usual hormone treatments before deepening each hormone treatment separately in further sessions. Indispensable information for physicians who treat with hormone therapies.
- Introduction to the major hormone treatments
- Thyroid treatment for mild and severe hypothyroidism with T3-T4, T4, or T3
- Estrogen and progesterone therapy in pre- and postmenopause
- Testosterone treatment of men
- Testosterone treatment of women
- DHEA therapy
- Cortisol-glucocorticoid therapies: Safe uses
- Aldosterone deficiency and its treatment
- Pregnenolone treatment
- Melatonin treatment
- Growth hormone treatment in adults
- Vasopressin deficiency – desmopressin treatment
- Oxytocin treatment
- MSH-like therapies
- IGF-1 therapy
A review of the most frequently prescribed and useful hormone therapies