Doctor’s Bold Revelation on HRT & Birth Control Pill

Have you ever questioned the “conspiracy theories” surrounding the long-term use of the birth control pill?

Those extensive lists of potential side effects in the pill’s instructions might not be just cautionary tales anymore. Buckle up as a bold doctor fearlessly exposes the chilling truth about synthetic hormones and their profound effects on a woman’s body, captivating viewers worldwide.

The Menopause Battle

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“The first people that were introduced to the pill which are the baby boomers. They’re in their 50s and 60s. They’re going through menopause, and they’re doing terrible.”

The Doctor highlights the experiences of the baby boomer generation, who were among the first to be introduced to the pill, as they endured the hardships of menopause. She then further stated,

“They are going through hot flushes, gaining weight around the torso, which they just can’t seem to lose, and they’re depressed.”

As women enter the stage of menopause, they often face many challenges, including hot flashes, weight gain, and emotional distress. The role of estrogen is a capillary dilator that brings blood to the skin, resulting in the notorious hot flushes experienced by women during menopause.

HRT: A Temporary Fix

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To combat the distressing symptoms of menopause, doctors commonly prescribe hormone replacement therapy (HRT), which involves the administration of synthetic hormones.

“Because this affects the woman’s function. She will go to the Doctor, and the Doctor will put her on hormone replacement therapy… HRT, which is more synthetic hormones.”

She explains that HRT tricks the body into believing it is pregnant, shifting the energy from the skin to the uterus and breasts. Consequently, women on HRT may find relief from hot flashes and other menopause-related symptoms.

The Potential Risk of Breast Cancer

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However, the Doctor cautions against the darker side of HRT. She highlights,

“Now, 5 to 6 years down the line of being on HRT, it is not uncommon to be then seeing the GP [doctor] for a lump on her breast. She has breast cancer.”

She explained that it is not uncommon for women to discover a lump in their breasts and receive a breast cancer diagnosis after years of dosing their bodies with aggressive hormones. In such cases, the immediate course of action often involves discontinuing HRT.

Unknown Hormones In Food

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While the pill and HRT are a crucial focus of the video, the Doctor expands the discussion to shed light on another potential source of synthetic hormones.

“So if you’re going to consume these products, you’re also consuming those additional hormones.”

Consuming meat like fish and chicken may expose individuals to additional synthetic hormones, exacerbating their symptoms. This raises questions about the broader implications of hormone-laden products and their impact on our well-being.

Community Insights

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The video has sparked a flurry of comments and discussions from viewers eager to share their thoughts and experiences.

One viewer commented,

“I’ve told people this ever since I was a teenager, but for some reason, young women never wanted to listen to me.”

Another commented,

“This is why I eat and only serve organic grass-fed meats with zero hormones.”

What the Study Says

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New research from the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) suggests that HRT is generally linked to only small increased risks of breast cancer.

The risks of HRT are generally low, with breast cancer risks extremely low with estrogen-only HRT.

Most women take combined HRT, which contains estrogen and progestogen, and the risks increase with the duration of HRT treatment, particularly if taken for longer than five years. However, these risks decline once the HRT is stopped.[1],

The progestogen type in combined HRT also made a difference, with norethisterone linked to the highest increases in the risk of breast cancer and dydrogesterone to the lowest risk.[2],

The risks are also affected by a woman’s age, with women in their 50s at lower risk than those in their 60s and 70s.

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