Episode 92- Health Habits for a Successful Perimenopause, with Dr. Heather Hirsch
Perimenopause may not be something you’ve started thinking about, but it can start as early as your forties (watch out!). Join us as we interview Dr. Heather Hirsch, Board Certified Internal Medicine Specialist with advanced training in women’s health with a focus on menopausal hormonal therapy. Dr. Hirsch discusses everything from hot flashes, to decreased sex drive, and what we can do to minimize these side effects. Good news, Dr. Hirsch is full of positive energy and is confident that women don’t need to suffer during this time! Patreon | Love what you’re hearing? Help fund ongoing episodes through donations as little as $1/month. Learn more here! Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps others with similar interests and passions find us when they’re looking for new content. Thank you in advance! Resources and Show Notes Dr. Heather Hirsch’s website Dr. Hirsch You Tube @hormone.health.doc (Instagram) Hairless Dog Brewing Weeknight Potsticker Stir-Fry
092 Menopause care and education in the United States and Britain - Heather Hirsch and Dr Louise Newson
My Menopause Doctor | Dr Louise Newson | Newson Health Menopause & Wellbeing Centre
In this episode, Dr Newson has a lively discussion with Heather Hirsch, the Clinical Programme Director for the Menopause and Midlife Clinic at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Heather was shocked to see, during her fellowship, that what was being taught about menopause principles and care was actually wrong and realised that menopause was the biggest gap in women’s healthcare across America. The experts discuss the problem of unregulated compounded bioidentical hormones and the reasons why 2-3 thirds of American women use this type of non-approved hormone treatment, rather than FDA approved body identical HRT that is prescribed by doctors in the UK. They reflect on the shift away from using HRT over the last 2 decades, and the devastating consequences to women’s health because of this, and offer practical advice on how to educate other healthcare professionals to unlearn the pervasive myth that estrogen is dangerous. Heather’s three take away messages are: Medical students should spend time with a menopause doctor and see how they help women. Menopause care is a team effort and a global effort; everyone has to come together. Tell a friend, colleague or family member about evidence-based sources of menopause information such as podcasts, youtube channels, or social media. Help spread the truth about HRT. IG @hormone.health.doc Website: heatherhirschmd.com YouTube: Health by Heather Hirsch Podcast: Women's Health by Heather Hirsch
MENOPAUSE!!! Options with Dr. Heather Hirsch WEEK 1/2
You Are Not Broken
Today I am so excited to introduce Dr. Heather Hirsch.She is the host of “Women’s Health by Heather Hirsch” which is dedicated to uncovering and answering many of the myths and misconceptions surrounding women’s health issues.She is a board-certified internal medicine doctor who completed a women’s health fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. You can find her on IG at hormone.health.doc and her website is www.heatherhirschmd.comI met her on a ISSWSH committee? Maybe? Or IG?Her best friend is a urologist, so I knew I had to meet her!How did you become a menopause doctor?Why do women know nothing about menopause except hot flashes? Society is bombarded with misinformation.We discuss the Women’s Health Initiative Study and how the results changed menopause in our country for decades since.Learn about the protective effects of estrogen in women between the ages of 50-60.The average menopause symptoms last for 5-10 years.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/womens-health-by-heather-hirsch/id1423965506 https://www.instagram.com/hormone.health.doc https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrAeWep_qZiP7QeR7ogcCPA--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kj-casperson/message
72. What your partner needs to know and learn about the menopause transition, from Dr. Heather Hirsch.
Women's Health By Heather Hirsch
This special episode is one to listen to together or to send to your partner. Dr. Hirsch breaks down the significant hormonal, physiologic, and psychologic aspects of the menopause transition for your partner to learn from. The post 72. What your partner needs to know and learn about the menopause transition, from Dr. Heather Hirsch. appeared first on .
Menopause Education + Support with Dr. Heather Hirsch
To 50 and Beyond
Get the support + myth-busting facts that you need in perimenopause and beyond with Dr. Heather Hirsch. Episode 111 Topics discussed: The one thing that most women say to Dr. Hirsch when they come to see her, what to do in perimenopause, menopause myths, how to feel better, how to journal in perimenopause, and what to do if you are taking HRT now and can’t get in to see your doctor, telemedicine and what she is doing in her home right now to take care of herself and her family. Her husband is a nurse on the COVID-19 floor. Dr. Hirsch is board-certified in Internal Medicine and completed advanced fellowship training in Women’s Health at the Cleveland Clinic. Her specialty practice includes internal medicine and office gynecology with a focus on menopausal hormone therapy, perimenopause, breast health, sexual dysfunction, and urinary incontinence. Find Dr. Hirsch Instagram Facebook Work with Lori Leave a message, review or question for the podcast.
Ep. 49: Menopause overview with Dr. Heather Hirsch
Dr. Heather Hirsch, who leads the Menopause and Midlife Clinic at Brigham and Women's Hospital, breaks down what women should expect as they go through menopause. We discuss estrogen replacement therapy, hot flashes, changes in metabolism during menopause, and the Women's Health Initiative. Hirsch also explains how cognitive behavioral therapy can be beneficial when dealing with the symptoms that arise during the menopausal transition.
5. About Heather Hirsch MD: My Journey Through Medicine:
Women's Health By Heather Hirsch
My lifelong best friend and radio host Lindsey Miller gets the chance to interview me on how I became interested in medicine and women’s health in particular. In this absolutely hilarious and raw interview, Lindsey takes a deep dive into learning more about me. We talk about my bumps along my journey, all things medical […] The post 5. About Heather Hirsch MD: My Journey Through Medicine: appeared first on .