7.6 Menopausal Psychosis and Hormone Therapy: Closing Thoughts and Song
Renegade PsychFebruary 16, 202420:5919.39 MB

7.6 Menopausal Psychosis and Hormone Therapy: Closing Thoughts and Song

Here, we each present our closing thoughts on the use of female reproductive hormones during menopause and the phenomenon of menopausal psychosis and/or exacerbation of psychiatric symptoms during female hormonal transitional periods. Thanks so much to Drs. Wood and Grider for being a part of this, and please stick around after the disclaimer to hear one of my favorite local artists, Jared Foos, who just released his first solo album, titled "Who Loves you Baby," with his hit song, "Leave." If you or anyone you know is looking to have their music platformed, please send it my way and I'll see if I can work it into the closing thoughts of another series!

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