Estro claimed it was just endos.
Amd before you tell others to get their facts straight make sure your own are straight. Psychiatrists can prescribe more than psychotropic meds (inckuding hormones). It's a psychologist who is restricted to that, and even that depends on a few things because it's not a universal given that psychologists can write prescriptions.
I think what may be confusing things on what a psychiatrist can or can't prescribe is that while they are medical doctors (i.e., went to medical school, had to choose a specialty, must be state licensed as a physician), they're not in the business of prescribing medications for anything other than those that relate to mental healyh. E.g., you wouldn't want your psychiatrist prescribing heart medication or countering the recommendation of your cardiologist for whom that is their specialty and is the one who did the actual tests and diagnosis. The psychiatrist has to know about interactions between medications but they'd either have to prescribe a second choice or have you address the conflict with the cardiologist to see if that prescription could be adjusted to allow for the mental health prescription.