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Endocrinology Questions: Part One



How do hormones really affect the body? Are injectables better than patches or pills? Are there potential dangers? In this episode, the first in a 2-part series, we’ll speak with endocrinologist Dr. HD and bombard him with all our questions about hormones, HRT, and how they affect your endocrine system and the rest of your body. 

Check out Dr. HD’s blog Hormones Demystified for lots more great info, especially the one entitled Why I Wish All Of My Patients Were Transgender. Another really good post is  Top 5 Reasons Your Doctor Is Quitting.

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