How Long Before Estroven Takes Effect?

By Heidi Carson, MS

The use of traditional hormone replacement can often cause unwanted side effects. Many women make the choice to use a more gentle approach for hormone replacement such as Estroven. Estroven works with nature to replace what is naturally depleted. Because Estroven works in gentle harmony with your body, there are none of the harsh side effects of prescription hormone replacement.

The use of traditional hormone replacement can often cause unwanted side effects. Many women make the choice to use a more gentle approach for hormone replacement such as Estroven. Estroven works with nature to replace what is naturally depleted. Because Estroven works in gentle harmony with your body, there are none of the harsh side effects of prescription hormone replacement.

Length of time for Estroven to work

As women grow older their body's change and produce less and less estrogen. Estrogen is a natural hormone that helps to regulate the female body. Usually starting at about the age of 35 women start to experience what is called pari-menopause or pre-menopause. This phase lasts until women enter full menopause which occurs around the age of 40-55. During this phase women start to produce less estrogen which can cause fatigue, decreased immune system, night sweats, hot flashes, brittle bones and changes in mood.

When women take prescription estrogen they often experience unwanted side effects such as hair growth, stomach issues and increased risk of some cancers.

More and more women are choosing alternative methods to hormone replacement such as Estroven. Estroven is a natural product made out of Soy. Soy naturally contains daidzein and genistein which naturally mimic estrogen in the female body. Estroven also has folic acid and B vitamins as well as isoflavones which is derived from soybeans. Estroven is taken once a day. Women should take it with food and should expect to see results in 7-10 days with maximum effects seen in 30-60 days. Once the Estroven has reached therapeutic levels in the body, women should start to experience fewer mood swings, hot flashes and night sweats.

Should your symptoms of menopause continue with little relief after 60 days, consult your physician.

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About the Author

Based in Rochester, N.Y., Heidi Carson is an employee training specialist with over 14 years of experience in the behavioral health field. Carson has been writing for Demand Studios since the summer of 2009. She received her Bachelor of Arts from St. John Fisher college in psychology and her Master of Science from from the University of Rochester in human development.

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