Perimenopause is hard!
(But you're not alone)

This digital course shows you where to find the compassion, effective relief, and lasting hope you've been looking for

I'm Steve Goldring and I create digital courses that bring women just like help and hope in perimenopause.

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Simple Hormones for Perimenopause Help You

Know You're Not Alone

The first thing you'll learn is that you're not alone. You can have the experience of being seen and heard.

Practical Tools

This course provides practical tools that help you evaluate remedies and treatment alternatives for yourself.

A Roadmap to Hope

By taking this course, you'll have a clear, step-by-step path to finding help with your hormones and getting your life back.

Connect with Help

I have connections with lots of hormone optimization providers. I may know someone who can help you.

Perimenopause Is Hard!

My surveys of over 2500 women in perimenopause and menopause have brought me to tears. I’ve come to understand that perimenopause is really hard. Maybe you’ve experienced some of these life-changing symptoms:

  • embarrassing hot flashes during a crucial meeting at work
  • 3 or 4 hours of sleep, almost every single night . . . for months!
  • night sweats jolting you awake at 3AM, soaking your pajamas and forcing you to jump out of bed and change your nightclothes and even your sheets - then you start shivering because you’re freezing
  • it’s nearly impossible to get back to sleep, so you stare at the ceiling until you give up and get up at 5AM . . . again
  • throughout the day, you can’t think straight, can’t remember where you put your keys . . . or your car . . . or your kids.
  • irregular periods . . . every 2 weeks, 2 months, or 6 months . . .
  • super heavy or super light periods
  • headaches, severe cramping, anxiety, depression, bloating, PMS-like symptoms
  • irritability, mood swings, becoming overly-emotional and wanting to cry at the slightest trigger

Perimenopause affects every system of your body. It also affects your relationships, especially your most intimate relationship.

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Simple Hormones for Perimenopause guides you through 3 modules, each of which moves you closer to freedom and peace in the midst of hormonal chaos:

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    Module 1 helps you understand that you're not alone. Inventory the symptoms that affect every system in your body. Identify with other women who have experienced many of the same life-changing issues. Take an unflinching look at the risks that come with perimenopause, risks that may quite literally kill you after you lose your hormones.
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    Module 2 helps you recognize that there is help for perimenopause. Four downloadable .pdf guides help you objectively investigate all the most commonly recommended non-hormonal remedies. Understand the Root Problem and the risks of addressing and not addressing that root issue. This module shows you that you have a "CHOICE” about improving or escaping 6 of the most important long-term health risks you may ever have to face. It also shows how you make your life "EASIER" by eliminating all your symptoms and improving or escaping the risks.  
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    Module 3 provides practical guidance about finding someone to help you with your hormones. We’ll start by using my HRT Questions Framework to find out if your primary care provider is a) willing and b) able to help you with your hormones. If your PCP can't help, I may be able to connect you with a “Hormone Optimization Specialist,” someone with experience and expertise in helping women like you through your perimenopause transition. A specialist can make sure all your hormones are not too high and not too low, but just right.

The Hormone Pharmacist

I'm passionate about helping men and women understand and embrace optimal hormones. As a compounding pharmacist, I've been talking with patients about their hormones for over 25 years.

Over the past 5 years, I've worked closely with hundreds of hormone optimization practitioners all over the US and even some in other countries, helping to educate and reassure their patients, saving them time and frustration in the process.

Steve Goldring, R.Ph.

Nearly 3,000 Patients Have Learned From My Courses

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Frequently Asked Questions

Won't hormones give me breast cancer or a heart attack?

Great question! I dedicate more than one video in Module 2 to the answer. The bottom line is that the fear of hormones is based on misunderstanding what the research says . . . and doesn't say. I'll explain how optimal levels of hormones actually reduce your risk for breast cancer and heart disease.

Can't I just take something "natural" for my symptoms?

If by "natural" you mean "non-hormonal," then of course! You can take any number of herbs or supplements. You can change your diet and lifestyle. You can even look into non-hormonal prescription medications. This course provides tools that help you honestly and thoroughly evaluate all of them to decide for yourself if they might help you with perimenopause, based on the scientific evidence supporting their use.

Can I ask my primary care provider to help with hormones?

You most certainly CAN ask your primary care doctor to help with your hormones. In this course, I provide an "HRT Questions Framework" that asks open-ended, non-confrontive questions that help you decide if your PCP is a) willing and b) able to help you with hormones - without attacking or putting them on the defensive.

What if I already have a doctor?

If you already have a doctor . . . Great! But it's definitely worthwhile to understand various approaches to perimenopause so that you can decide if the doctor you already have lines up with the approach that works best for you. If your doctor doesn't provide what you're looking for, I can help with other options.

What if my doctor is opposed to hormones?

This is an unfortunate yet very common scenario. There are a lot of healthcare providers who are resistant or completely against hormone therapy for women in perimenopause. This course can help you decide if you agree with your doctor's position or if you're more concerned with your own symptoms and risks and are willing to go somewhere else for help.

Can you provide hormones for me?

As a pharmacist, I'm not licensed to prescribe hormones for anyone. I also no longer work closely with a pharmacy so I can't dispense prescription hormones either. What I can do is to help you find a provider you can trust to help you get your hormone levels just right. I can also teach you some important principles about hormones that relieve your fears and help you get the most out of your hormones and your health.

What if I'm not having that many symptoms?

I've had conversations with several hormone providers and we've all agreed that women with no symptoms often have it worse than women who are miserable. Those symptoms are the canary in the coal mine that tells you something's wrong. Without symptoms, you may develop serious long-term health risks and be unaware that there's any problem. My recommendation is to be more concerned about risks than even about symptoms.

What if I've already tried BHRT and it didn't work?

That's difficult to answer without knowing the details of your situation. Not all providers are equally experienced and skilled at prescribing hormones for patients in perimenopause. The providers I recommend tend to get excellent results from "optimal" hormone levels - not too high, not too low, but just right. I've seen a lot of prescriptions from providers who are so afraid of hormones they give doses too low to help with symptoms or risks.

Do you guarantee I'll find a hormone provider?

I can't guarantee that. There are several things that I have no control over: 1. where you live 2. whether there are qualified providers near you 3. who your primary care provider is and what kind of training and experience they've had. Because of those factors, I'll give it my best shot, but there are no guarantees. The chances are good that I can find someone fairly close to you OR find someone in or near your state who can see you via telemedicine.

Should I take the lowest dose of hormones for the shortest time?

That's one approach. I believe it's arbitrary and not based on the research. It fails to take into account the risks that come along with the loss of hormones, which don't go away after you take them for a few years, then stop. It also fails to recognize that once you stop taking hormones, your symptoms will come back with a vengeance. This approach is completely fear-based and has nothing to do with science. I explain more about this mindset in Module 2.

What is hormone optimization?

Hormone optimization is the concept of getting hormone levels "just right." It's based on the idea that there are "optimal" levels of hormones, often reflected in the levels of younger, healthier people. Many doctors will say, "Your levels are normal." That usually means you have the same low levels as other sick, tired, and miserable people your age. In my informed opinion, optimal is better than normal.

What if I've had breast cancer, a heart attack, or diabetes?

That's so difficult and I'm sorry if that's happened to you. It's even more important to talk with an experienced hormones provider who knows what to do in those tricky situations. I will say that providers I work with do not completely rule out hormones even in the case of breast cancer. But it's not something an inexperienced provider should deal with.

Will a hormone specialist accept my insurance?

That's an excellent question. The answer completely depends on the provider. I would say the majority of providers I work with do not accept insurance, although some do. Many offer a "membership" model that charges you a reasonable yearly or semi-annual fee in exchange for hormone evaluation and optimization. I encourage patients not to dismiss a provider simply because they don't accept insurance. When you see the big picture of your healthcare costs, it may not be as expensive as you think.

What if I'm not happy with the provider you find for me?

I can recommend a provider, based on my experience and personal knowledge. Only you can decide if that provider is a good fit for your hormone situation. I usually recommend more than one provider, if possible. I'll also be happy to give a second recommendation if the first one doesn't seem to be a good fit.

Can you convince my doctor that hormones are safe?

I wish I could. The reality is that medical professionals are often unwilling to change the way they practice, even if there's a lot of evidence to the contrary. I've given up on trying to change providers' minds about hormones. If they insist "hormones are harmful," I allow them their opinions and don't fight that losing battle.

Are bioidentical hormones (BHRT) approved by the FDA?

The term "bioidentical" refers to hormones that are exactly the same as those hormones made by the human body. These can come from a compounding pharmacy and be called "Compounded Bioidentical Hormones" or they can come from a pharmaceutical manufacturer. Compounding pharmacies are subject to strict requirements that are different than drug companies but no less protective of drug safety. Compounding pharmacists abid by something called USP Standards that are not under the direct juridiction of the FDA . The FDA controls the manufacture of drugs and not the practice of medicine by physicians. Compounded prescriptions ordered by a physician are considered an extension of the practice of medicine by many states and organizations and are therefore not subject to FDA approval.

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