7.7 Menopausal Psychosis and Hormone Therapy: EXTRA: Failed Treatment Options, the Content of Psychosis, and Human Consciousness
Renegade PsychFebruary 20, 2024x
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7.7 Menopausal Psychosis and Hormone Therapy: EXTRA: Failed Treatment Options, the Content of Psychosis, and Human Consciousness

I surprised myself on this one with a vicious rant about Makena, a synthetic intramuscular drug FDA approved in 2003 for preterm labor that was recently recalled in 2023. I get pretty elevated in my 8-minute rant introducing this segment and talking about the implications of the Makena catastrophe. Other than that, we talk about other failed treatment options for menopausal or postpartum symptoms, as well as the content of psychosis in patients, and how that content has changed historically based on societal values, norms, and fears of new technologies. Hope you enjoy! Follow RenegadePsych if you're not already.

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