Estrogen Revisited… Lifelong and Fearless

By Donna Walters and Blane Crandall, MD –

EstrogenA great disservice is being done to women regarding hormone replace- ment therapy. Women have not been given important information necessary to make decisions about their health care. They have not been given information about the aging process and how hormone replenishment can delay the ravages of hormone loss for decades. The big message to women in “Estrogen Revisited… Lifelong and Fearless” is that menopause has no upside, ever. Nature never wins over replacement. Women never benefit from not taking hormones.

Interestingly, men do not experience aging in the same manner as women. The chemistry just is not the same in the male and female animal. In our culture, men become distinguished as they age and women just get old. The “old lady” doesn’t only apply to outward appearance. Women can have plastic surgery, slather on age defying creams and potions, color their hair, and strip their veins, but that will be very temporary without the addition of estrogen. Inside her body she becomes old at an accelerated pace without estrogen.

Young Appearance and Youthful Spirit Attributed to Estrogen Use
Donna Walters, one of the authors of the book, attributes her young appearance and youthful spirit to long term estrogen use. At 60, she appears as young and vibrant as many 40 year olds. She often is mistaken for the mother of her grandchildren. The book provides a detailed explanation and summary of estrogen benefits and an illustration of a woman’s physical aging process, the time span involved, and the options available to her in hormone replacement therapy.

Men will also benefit from reading this book. It will help them understand the feminine process of change with and without estrogen. Men are partners in the decisions that women make in their postmenopausal years. The health and vitality that is restored in women will benefit the relationship with their mate. The decades after menopause are all too often spent in doctor’s offices and nursing homes. Replacing hormones can make it possible to travel, play sports, dance, and enjoy a healthy sexual relationship with their spouse.

Diseases That May be Preventable When Taking Estrogen
The book wholeheartedly disputes the WHI study conclusions, and includes comprehensive charts and graphs with supporting data. The charts and graphs provide the reader with facts concerning breast cancer, coronary heart disease, hip fractures, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and premature death, all preventable when a woman is taking estrogen.

“Estrogen therapy doesn’t change a woman. On the contrary: it keeps her from changing.” Dr. Robert A. Wilson “Feminine Forever” 1966.

Passionate About Hormone Replacement
Naples own, Dr. Blane Milton Crandall, is the coauthor on this book. He is passionate about the subject of hormone replacement. His purpose in participation of the book is “to stop the madness incurred by the publication of the WHI and prevent the disability and premature death of millions of women.” He has over 35 years of experience treating women and prescribing estrogen in offices, hospitals and nursing homes. Board Certified in Family Practice and Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Crandall has treated thousands of women with menopausal symptoms. None of the epidemiologists or statisticians that wrote the conclusions for the WHI ever treated a woman as a patient.

 

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