HRT Approaches

Hormone Replacement Therapy –The Choices

Wiley Systems Sets the Record Straight

Many women like you are looking for ways to relieve the symptoms of menopause and aging. But, today’s Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) offerings can be very confusing.

The goal of hormone replacement therapy is to restore the hormones that your body no longer makes. Some therapies take the position that the body can’t distinguish reinstated hormones from the ones the female ovaries produce naturally.

Uncertainty about HRT began when The National Institute of Health (NIH) sponsored the Women's Health Initiative (WHI), a study, of more than 161,000 women, designed to address the most common causes of death, disability, and impaired quality of life in postmenopausal women.

What many do not understand is that the negative results of the study dealt with women over 65 who were using the synthetic hormone therapy drugs Permarin and PremPro only. The study ended in mid-stream in 2002 when WHI investigators found that the possible risks of this synthetic therapy exceeded the safety limits established at the beginning of the study.

Research has led to new choices that provide a safer hormone profile for women who wish or need to use hormone replacement.  We attempt to believe that the Wiley Protocol, which is based on the innate and natural rhythm of a healthy 20 year old woman, finally addresses the scientific aspects missing in other hormone therapies.

Here we will attempt clear the confusion by discussing the following approaches: