Feel Balanced Again With Hormone Replacement Therapy!
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) can balance hormone levels that become upset or deficient through lifestyle habits and aging. The decision to start hormone therapy can be a difficult decision. There continues to be more studies supporting the benefits of hormone therapy and the increased risks in not taking hormones throughout the years.
HRT replenishes the body to the healthy levels your body needs to function optimally. Forms of hormone replacement therapy include progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone. We use hormones that are identical to what your body made at one time.
How Will I Know If I Need Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Blood tests are taken to determine hormone levels. If there is a deficiency or imbalance, HRT is recommended to safely balance levels. Restoring hormone balance can provide protection from chronic diseases and alleviate menopausal symptoms.
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What are the Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Hormone replacement therapy supplementation can be used to relieve symptoms of:
- Trouble sleeping
- Vaginal dryness
- Painful sex
- Joint pains
- Loss of muscle strength and endurance
- Painful periods
- Heavy bleeding
- Low sex drive
- Many other symptoms at any age
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What are the Different Ways of Taking Hormone Replacement Therapy Medication?
Replacement hormone therapy is safe and effective in relieving the symptoms caused by declining hormone levels. Preparations of estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone can be made in patches, creams, capsules, troches, and pellets as needed to optimize your health. Their use is not limited to the relief of menopausal symptoms. To evaluate your individual risks and concerns please contact the office.