Many of the products listed here are for the oral, transdermal, or vaginal use. Oral and transdermal products may contain different active chemicals. If your sex hormones are listed in the "other" column, it means they are not an oral/transdermal form. For example, you can't take a prescription medication for the estrogen that is used for both men and women, but you can use one of the other oral/transdermal formulations, for the estrogen in the vaginal form. You can read the entire list of products on this page by selecting the "Other" column. If you need more information on a particular product, please feel free to ask. We don't have time to tell you exactly what's right for you. Just ask. For more information, please read our information on sex hormones here. If you have any questions, please contact us. We have the resources to answer all your questions. If you're concerned that your doctor won't give you all the information you need about sex hormones, then please ask your doctor.
Please note: we cannot guarantee that your hormones will work exactly as intended. We cannot make any guarantees about any hormone product as a replacement for birth control, or the use of any medication, because these items can be toxic or cause side effects.