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Hormones and depression in women

John Studd*

Published: 15 October, 2020 | Volume 4 - Issue 1 | Pages: 064-065

It is well known that depression is more common in women than in men with more prescriptions for antidepressants, hospital admissions for depression and suicide attempts. However another aspect to be considered is that depression is different in women than men because women have depressive episodes at times of hormonal shift which is a physiological phenomenon not encountered in men. This is why hormone therapy is so important.

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