Author Archives: Dr. Ronald Young, Gynecologist

About Dr. Ronald Young, Gynecologist

I am a gynecologist at Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women and Director of Gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine. I completed a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. I am a leading researcher in hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

My clinical interests include caring for women with menopausal symptoms, hormone replacement therapy, and laparoscopic surgery.

Menopause: Does It Ever End?

A new study out of Wake Forest School of Medicine found that hot flashes in menopausal women persist on average for nearly seven and a half years. The research, published … Full Entry »

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Herbal Treatments in Menopause: Hype or Helpful?

It’s only natural that herbal remedies have emerged as a popular treatment option for menopausal women. While hormone therapy has long been a standard, effective treatment for hot flashes and … Full Entry »

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Healthy Aging For Women: Is Hormone Replacement Therapy Right For Any Woman?

Bio-identical hormones, herbal products and chondroitin tablets, to name just a few, are promoted as being beneficial for treating menopausal symptoms and conditions including osteoporosis. But are they really doing … Full Entry »

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