Sydler Wellness-Team

Peter Sydler

Hinterdorfstr. 58

8405 Winterthur




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Referenze Eternity:

  1. Bioidentisches Progesteron vs. synthetische Gestagene. (n.d.). Zurückgeholt von vs- Synthetische Gestagene /
  2. Progesteron & Knochengesundheit. (n.d.). Zurückgeholt von https://womeninbalance. org/Ressourcen-Forschung / Progesteron- Knochen-Gesundheit /
  3. Progesteron & kardiovaskuläre Gesundheit. (n.d.). Zurückgeholt von https://
  4. Progesteron & Menstruationsgesundheit, Unfruchtbarkeit, Schwangerschaft. (n. d.). Zurückgeholt von research/progesterone-menstrual- health-infertility-pregnancy/
  5. Progesteron und Wechseljahrsbeschwerden. (n.d.). Zurückgeholt von https:// menopausal- symptoms/
  6. Progesteron und das Nervensystem/Hirn. (n.d.). Zurückgeholt von https:// nervous- systembrain/
  7. Progesteron und das Nervensystem/Hirn. (n.d.). Zurückgeholt von https:// nervous- systembrain/
  8. Progesteron und der Uterus. (n.d.). Zurückgeholt von https://womeninbalance. org/resources-research/progesterone-and-the- uterus/
  9. Regidor, P. (2014, November). Progesteron in der Peri- und Postmenopause: Eine Rezension. Zurückgeholt von PMC4245250/
  10. Wei, J., & Xiao, G. (2013, Dezember). Die neuroprotektive Wirkung von Progesteron auf traumatische Hirnverletzungen:Aktueller Stand und Zukunftsperspektiven. Zurückgeholt von


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