If you are already on hormone replacement, don't let that deter you from adjusting your eating and exercise habits to lose the weight you want.It is never too late to start, however, you may just have to work a little harder to adjust for the decrease in your metabolism, whether you are on hormones or not.If you need combined estrogen and progesterone, or estrogen-only hormone therapy (HT, formerly called hormone replacement therapy or HRT) for bothersome menopausal symptoms, you should not have a harder time losing weight than women not taking hormones.
Learning about dressing to transition can be utterly overwhelming.
If you don’t care to camouflage, or are more androgynous or genderqueer- then by all means get down with your bad self. Your shoulders and chest are smaller than your waist, hips, and thighs.
This is just meant to be a guide for minimizing masculine features. In order to draw attention- you will be looking to pull the eye up north, away from the mid-section.
Some women starting menopausal hormone therapy (HT) believe that they will have difficulty managing their weight because of these hormones. During the years approaching menopause (perimenopause), when estrogen levels are waning, and after menopause, when the ovaries stop making estrogen entirely, many women may begin to notice the following changes: These changes appear to be related to aging as well as menopause.
The decrease in estrogen, the hallmark of menopause, is a key factor in these changes.