Females who do not experience menstruation or experience reduced frequency of menstruation due to hormonal birth control would be compared to females who experience menstruation and do not take hormones. Potential outcomes to compare include bone density, cancer, mental illness, and mortality. This would help people make informed decisions about hormone use.
Some participants should eliminate all dietary allergens and others should continue to eat as usual. Questionnaires would be required to assess patient health.
A possible blood test follow-up may assess the state of the allergens per individual basis. Also suggest tracking... more »