Do you have any of these symptoms? 
  • Anxiety

  • Irritability

  • Loss of Energy

  • Poor Focus

  • Poor Concentration

  • Decreased Sexual Desire

  • Higher Bad Cholesterol

  • Loss of Muscle Tone

  • Weight Gain in Spite of Exercise

  • Loss of Memory

  • Loss of Cardiac Protection

  • Depression

  • Decreased Exercise Tolerance

  • Osteoporosis

  • Decreased Erectile Dysfunction

  • Prostate Enlargement

  • Headaches

 

  • Mood swings

  • Hot flashes

  • Night sweats

  • Depression

  • Fuzzy or impaired thinking

They can be related to a Hormone Deficiency in many cases!

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement  Therapy

Bioidentical hormones are plant-based hormone substances. Made from soy and yam, they precisely match the molecular structure and function of human hormones.

 

The body recognizes them. This enables them to bind appropriately to the same receptors as their human counterparts. The body metabolizes bioidenticals in the way it was designed to. These hormones produce the same physiologic responses. Thus, bioidenticals can provide vital support to the body’s organs, tissues, and cells. In fact, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, when administered properly, can be virtually side-effect free. Additionally, bioidenticals can be compounded to meet the dosage needs of each individual.  That isn’t possible with mass-produced pharmaceutical synthetics.

 

 

FAQ:
 
 
What are Bio-Identical Hormones made from?
 
The estrogen, testosterone, and other hormones used in BHRT come from natural plant sources that match exactly human hormones. Synthetic pharmaceutical hormones do not.

 

How long will the treatment last?
 
Everyone is different, so it depends on how you feel and what the Dr. determines is right for you.
How are they administered?

Choices for prescription-based bioidentical hormones include topical or vaginal creams,  suppositories, or in an oral micronized form.

How much will they cost?

 

The average monthly cost of traditional hormone replacement therapy can range from about $45 to $250, depending on the type of hormones and the supplements used.  This comes to about $7 a day, less than an average meal at a restaurant or a  chain Latte

 

 

Are there any side effects?
 

Side effects can occur and can get better as the body adjusts to the new level of hormones. Some of the most common include:

Could you be a candidate for Bio-Identical Hormones? 

The treatment can be beneficial for many people, a comprehensive evaluation is necessary to determine eligibility.

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