New Podcast Alert: Dr. DeLucia talks about the importance of intimacy on Happily Ever After...

For many women, compounded hormones are a critical tool for restoring intimacy to their relationships

Happily Ever After is Just the BeginningPeople need physical touch to be healthy — a hug, a snuggle, and, yes, sex. What should seem pretty straightforward becomes more and more complicated as we age. One common complaint at the onset of menopause is a significant drop in desire. Low libido, compounded by physical changes caused by hormonal imbalance, makes intimacy painful, impossible even. Sustained over time, this lack of intimacy creates emotional barriers that we too often feel we cannot overcome. 

It doesn’t have to be that way. In a recent episode of the podcast Happily Ever After is Just the Beginning, women’s health expert Dr. Carolyn DeLucia explores many of these issues with the show’s host, Lesi Doares, including the impact that compounded hormones can have in restoring intimacy in a relationship.


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Hear their stories, in their own words. Protect their access to compounded hormones.

On this page, we can only touch on the data that demonstrates the importance of compounded hormones to the lives of millions of women in this country. While the decision to take this vital therapy from patients and physicians might be profitable for the big pharmaceutical companies, it will be disastrous for the millions of patients that those same pharmaceutical companies cannot serve!

We encourage the appropriate committees in both the House and Senate to hold hearings on this critical issue.

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Explore our interactive map that demonstrates the importance of compounded hormones to patients all across the country. Filter these first-hand accounts by state to see just how vital compounded hormones are.

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