nonhormonal

nonhormonal

(ˌnɒnhɔːˈməʊnəl)
adj
not involving hormones, not hormonal
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If you have ML experienced (or have a family history of) V& anxiety or depression, speak to your GP about alternative, nonhormonal, contraception options
Finally, MenoPro includes NAMS's educational materials and information pages on lifestyle modifications to reduce hot flushes, contraindications and cautions to hormone therapy, pros and cons of hormonal versus nonhormonal options, a comparison of oral (pills) and transdermal (patches, gels, sprays) therapies, treatment options for vaginal dryness and pain with sexual activities, and direct links to tables with the various formulations and doses of medications.
NEW ORLEANS -- Hot flash frequency was reduced by up to threefold in phase 2B results for fezolinetant, a novel nonhormonal therapy.
About 7 percent of the deceased patients had breast or prostate cancer treated with hormonal therapy only, 15 percent had hematologic cancers, and the remaining 78 percent had solid tumors treated with nonhormonal oncolytics.
* Health promotion services, including sexual and reproductive health services, such as (where possible) testing for and treatment of sexually-transmissible diseases and pharmacist initiated supply of hormonal and nonhormonal contraceptives.
Graziottin will discuss the importance of developing effective hormonal and nonhormonal treatment strategies to protect all aging women.
The North American Menopause Society's 2015 statement regarding the nonhormonal treatment of menopause symptoms doesn't recommend exercise as an effective therapy because of insufficient or inconclusive data.
There are hormonal and nonhormonal options for medical management.
Any consideration for systemic HT in this population should include the oncologist, and be entertained only after other nonhormonal options have been tried, she said.
Various contraceptive methods are available to postpartum women including hormonal and nonhormonal barriers, as well as injectable forms.
It is important to counsel female patients with NA-SCAD to use nonhormonal contraception and to avoid pregnancy as the risks of recurrence and complications of NA-SCAD are high [11].
Great advances have been made in hormonal and nonhormonal male contraceptives in the last few decades [14].