"So my sister was diagnosed with LCIS, and there were areas of concern on her breast. The doctor recommended 'watch and wait' or mastectomy, and she was in turmoil. I asked her to take progesterone hormones, and after a month, she went back for her MRI, and the abnormal cells were undetectable."
Conventional medicine entails treating patients already in the end stages of their diseases. However, even if this is the norm, it pays to ask if there is anything we can do to correct or arrest an illness before it becomes chronic or fatal.
What if we can prevent sickness? Are there destructive lifestyle habits or seismic life shifts that are worth noting? What other factors contributed to today's results? When it comes to health, these are the underlying questions that beg for answers.
Our guest, Sharon Miller Keller, is a nurse practitioner and gives custom consultations on female hormones at Provo Health. With a long history in patient care, she gained hands-on medical experience in the Navy and later became a surgical oncology nurse for 17 years. After raising her kids, she also finished the Family Nurse Practitioner program at Gonzaga University.
Live life's goodness by having the right hormones. Listen to Episode 52 of the Gutsy Health Podcast to learn more!
Traditional medicine tends to avoid hormones because of their potential to cause cancers.
Low levels of progesterone can affect your overall well-being.
Explanation of different hormone tests and their respective pros and cons.
Hysterectomy patients can still enjoy the benefits of bioidentical hormones.
Bioidentical hormones are derived naturally from yams, soy, and peanuts.