gynXtra-Blog

Progesterone - the happy hormone

Autorin19. January 2024
by Hoch-3 | René Obi

Progesterone, also known as the corpus luteum hormone, is produced mainly in the ovaries and in large quantities after ovulation. Its function in premenopausal women is to prepare the lining of the uterus for implantation of a fertilized egg.

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Laser treatment of lichen sclerosus

Autorin23. August 2023
by pract. med. Nikoleta Dimitrova

Fractionated CO2 laser treatment of lichen sclerosus is an effective, outpatient therapy with few side effects.

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Interview about the Menopause in Women in Business

Autorin30. March 2023
by Dr. med. Bettina von Seefried

In the rush hour of life.
Menopause is a turning point in every woman's life - and a taboo subject. In order to focus on this topic, Bettina von Seefried has founded gynXtra GmbH in addition to her four gynecological practices. Her aim is to work with companies and hold workshops to break down the taboos surrounding the menopause.
Interview in Women in Business March/April 2023 (pdf)

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Bioidentical hormones

Autorin05. November 2022
by Dr. med. Bettina von Seefried

The term hormone replacement therapy with bioidentical hormones is used to describe therapies in which hormones are used that are identical to those produced naturally by the body. It is assumed that the use of such hormones has particularly few side effects. However, the advantages and disadvantages of each hormone therapy must be discussed individually and in detail.

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Interview on intimate surgery and labiaplasty in Life!

Autorin22. October 2022
by Dr. med. Bettina von Seefried

The title "Cut in the Crotch" is too lurid and too simple for me. Reasons for intimate surgery and especially for labiaplasty (labiaplasty or also labiaplasty) - as my consultation shows - has many facets. In the article I try to explain these. Journalist Sandra Teuber adds numerous trends to the article, such as PYPTOOS, VAJAZZLING or VAJACIAL, which were also new to me.

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Menopause - what does it mean for us?

Autorin21. October 2022
by Dr. med. univ. Iris Pleyer

Recent figures show a huge increase in demand for menopause treatments. There is a great deal of uncertainty on this subject. On the one hand, women demand bioidentical hormones, on the other hand, there is a large number of women who decide quite clearly: "No hormones!"

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Menopause and hormones: how they work together

Autorin13. June 2021
by Dr. med. Bettina von Seefried

The right time, the right remedy
At some point around the age of 50, women's levels of female sex hormones begin to decline. The question of whether this should be supported by hormone replacement therapy, or HRT for short, has been debated for years - which can be unsettling.
by Melanie Oetting published on myHealth.ch with expert Dr. med. Bettina von Seefried

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