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Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy

With the onset towards premenopausal stage, women and men experience a variety of interruptive and stressful symptoms that affect the people from day to day, psychologically and physically. Symptoms such as, hair thinning, decreased sex drive, loss of sleep, fatigue, impaired memory, dryness of skin and more.

How Does Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy Work?

This new, innovative and clearly more sophisticated approach, which is known as bioidentical or natural hormonal therapy, involves the use of man-made hormones for hormone replacement therapy. It is based on next-generation drugs that utilize biochemical substances identical in terms of molecular composition and chemical structure to our natural hormones that, in normal conditions, are produced in our body. To date, estrogens, testosterone, and progesterone are hormones that can be found in a biosimilar version. Some prescription forms of these hormones are manufactured by pharmas, while others are custom-made by pharmacists following the doctor’s order. The latter way of production is called compounding.

Although the use of bioidentical hormones for menopausal symptom relief dates back to the 1930s, it was physicians John R. Lee and Jonathan Wright who re-introduced and advocated this type of hormonal replacement in the early 1980s. Nowadays, the FDA has approved many formulations of bioidentical estradiol and progesterone, as they have been tested for safety, purity, and constant hormonal concentration. However, the compounded preparations, as you could imagine, cannot be tested and, therefore, cannot get an FDA approval. Rest assure that the bioidentical hormones administrated are safe for usage.

Improves These
Conditions:

Loss of sleep
Fatigue
Impaired memory
Dryness of skin
Hair thinning
Decreased sex drive

Benefits:

Non-Invasive
Non-surgical
No downtime
No pain
Natural approach

About the Procedure

Although the use of bioidentical hormones for menopausal symptom relief dates back to the 1930s, it was physicians John R. Lee and Jonathan Wright who re-introduced and advocated this type of hormonal replacement in the early 1980s.

Nowadays, the FDA has approved many formulations of bioidentical estradiol and progesterone, as they have been tested for safety, purity, and constant hormonal concentration. However, the compounded preparations, as you could imagine, cannot be tested and, therefore, cannot get an FDA approval. Rest assure that the bioidentical hormones administrated are safe for usage. This treatment can be administered in various forms, including creams, gels, patches, pills, and pellets. The method of administration will depend on the individual’s preferences, medical history, and the recommendation of their healthcare provider.

The duration of Bi-identical Hormonal Therapy treatment varies from person to person. Some individuals may require short-term hormone therapy to address specific symptoms, while others may benefit from long-term or ongoing treatment, especially during menopause or andropause.

Procedure Details:

DURATION

Apply prescribed drugs as instructed by health care provider

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Is Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy suitable for everyone?

Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy is not suitable for everyone. The appropriateness of Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy depends on individual factors, such as medical history, hormone levels, and overall health. A thorough evaluation and consultation with a healthcare provider experienced in Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy are necessary to determine eligibility.

Are there any potential side effects associated with Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy?

Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy, like any hormonal therapy, may have side effects. Common side effects may include breast tenderness, bloating, mood swings, and headaches. However, these side effects are usually mild and resolve with proper monitoring and adjustments to the treatment plan.

How is Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy different from traditional hormone therapy?

The main difference between Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy and traditional hormone therapy lies in the source and molecular structure of the hormones used. Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy uses hormones derived from natural plant sources, which are structurally identical to human hormones. In contrast, traditional hormone therapy may use synthetic hormones, which have slight differences in their molecular structure.

How can I get started with Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy ?

If you are considering Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy, schedule a consultation with a qualified healthcare provider specializing in hormone therapy. During the consultation, your provider will evaluate your hormone levels, medical history, and symptoms to determine if Bio-identical Hormonal Therapy is an appropriate option for you.

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