An Introduction to Reproductive Endocrinology
Reproductive endocrinology concerns the hormones and control mechanisms that regulate sexual development, function and reproduction. Fertility problems are common issues encountered, which affect about 15% of couples. While outcomes have improved for assisted reproduction, success rates remain low. Advances in epigenomics, genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics are facilitating IVF procedures and identifying oocytes with anomalies, resulting in a higher rate of live births. Molecular biomarkers of fertility problems have also been discovered. New formulations and delivery systems for GnRH analogues, gonadotropins, and sex steroids are further improving fertility outcomes. In terms of menopausal hormone replacement therapy, individualization, dose minimization, and early initiation of therapy, have increased the benefit-risk ratio.
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Scanning the horizon of pharmacological treatments for women experiencing vasomotor symptoms during menopause: What’s new in 2022?
Watch this two-part activity exploring the latest data on pharmacological treatments for vasomotor symptoms (VMS) associated with menopause. Filmed following the 2022 North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Annual Meeting and the International Menopause Society (IMS) 18th World Congress on Menopause. Part 1: Watch menopause expert Prof. Steven Goldstein review key data from the 2022 NAMS Annual Meeting and the IMS 18th World Congress on Menopause Watch Now Part 2: Choose from leading menopause experts who discuss what these data may mean for clinical practice in the USA Select An Interview
- Describe the benefits and risks of hormone therapy for vasomotor symptoms associated with menopause
- Outline the rationale for non-hormonal therapy and mechanisms of action of emerging options for the treatment of vasomotor symptoms associated with menopause
- Recall the latest data for emerging non-hormonal therapies for the treatment of vasomotor symptoms associated with menopause
Nicholas Panay, World Menopause Day: Symptoms, treatment options and the importance of bone health
Here at Touch Medical Media we are supporting World Menopause Day (18th October 2022), an important initiative from the International Menopause Society to raise awareness of the menopause and improve health and wellbeing. We were delighted to speak with Mr Nicholas Panay (Imperial College, Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea & Westminster Hospitals, London, UK), who talks […]
World Menopause Day 2021: Sharing experiences of navigating the perimenopause and menopause
As part of our campaign around World Menopause Day, an important initiative from the International Menopause Society to raise awareness of the menopause and the support options available for improving health and wellbeing. Here at Touch Medical Media we pride ourselves on a supportive working culture and have been looking at ways to support members […]
World Menopause Day 2021: Perspectives on managing symptoms
Here at Touch Medical Media we have been working to build an awareness and understanding of the menopause across our organisation, as well as to improve the support available for those experiencing menopause in the workplace. As such, we are delighted to support this year’s World Menopause Day, an initiative from the International Menopause Society […]
Contemporary Non-hormonal Therapies for the Management of Vasomotor Symptoms Associated with Menopause: A Literature Review
touchREVIEWS in Endocrinology. 2021; 17(2):133–7 DOI: https://doi.org/10.17925/EE.2021.17.2.133
Nearly 75% of all menopausal women experience bothersome vasomotor symptoms, including hot flushes and night sweats.1 Declining levels of estrogen during menopause lead to a narrowing of the central thermal regulatory neutral tone. Minute changes in core body temperature, as little as 0.8 ± 0.99°C, can often trigger sweating and flushing in both perimenopausal and postmenopausal […]
Haitham Hamoda: An Update from the British Menopause Society
touchENDOCRINOLOGY joins Haitham Hamoda (King’s College Hospital, London, UK), Chairman of the British Menopause Society, to discuss the importance of raising awareness of issues relating to women’s health, and the aims and objectives of the British Menopause Society. Questions 1. What are the current unmet needs in the field of menopause and women’s health? (00:20-01:40) […]
Haitham Hamoda, World Menopause Day: Maintaining Bone Health and the Benefits and Risks of Hormone Replacement Therapy
touchENDOCRINOLOGY joins Haitham Hamoda (King’s College Hospital, London, UK), Chairman of the British Menopause Society, to discuss the need for World Menopause Day and its role in raising awareness, the impact of the menopause on bone health and the benefits and risks of hormone replacement therapy. Questions 1. How has World Menopause Day helped identify […]
Susan Davis: World Menopause Day – Alleviating Remaining Unmet Needs in Menopause Awareness
touchENDOCRINOLOGY joins Professor Susan Davis (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia) to discuss the importance of World Menopause Day and it’s role in alleviating remaining unmet needs in menopause awareness. Questions 1. What are the current unmet needs in the field of menopause and women’s health? (00:19-01:00) 2. How has World Menopause Day helped identify knowledge gaps […]
Nicola Veronese: Raising Awareness for World Menopause Day 2021
touchENDOCRINOLOGY joins Professor Nicola Veronese (University of Padova, Italy) to discuss the importance of the forthcoming World Menopause Day on 18th October 2021. Questions 1. World Menopause Day 2021 is being held on 18 October. Established 10 years ago, how has this helped identify knowledge gaps in education, clinical care and research? (00:12-01:18) 2. What […]
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