Are you experiencing any or all of these symptoms….. night sweats, vaginal dryness, mood swings, anxiety, hot flashes, sleeping problems, decreased sexual desire, unexplained weight gain, fatigue, foggy thinking or joint pain? If you have one or more of these symptoms, it may indicate a hormone imbalance or depletion, and you may be interested in learning more about Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women.
For many women there is a void in the treatment of these symptoms. You may have tried to discuss these issues with your doctor, but unfortunately, so many of these symptoms are simply attributed to normal aging and you may find no relief.
While we can’t reverse the aging process, we can certainly optimize it, and improve your quality of life, by restoring the normal balance of hormones through bioidentical hormone replacement (BHRT). One or more of these hormones, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, thyroid, and/or vitamin D, can be out of balance at any time and can cause symptoms. BHRT can relieve these symptoms and improve your quality of life as you age.
Bioidentical hormones are naturally compounded, bioidentical, meaning exactly the same chemical structure as what your body makes, and are plant derived. Your body recognizes bioidentical hormones as it’s own, versus a synthetic hormone, or artificially produced drug from a drug company.
There are much less side effects to BHRT because the hormones are natural and our bodies metabolize bioidentical hormones the way we’re designed to. Even though bioidentical hormones have been around for years, most practitioners are unfamiliar with them and are only familiar with the synthetic hormones.
BHRT, or restoring your natural hormone balance, is not a “one-size fits all” approach. BHRT is individualized to what YOUR body needs at different stages of life. With an individualized approach to hormone therapy, you know exactly what your hormone levels are, and will be receiving hormones tailored to your exact needs. Careful, regular monitoring of your blood levels and your symptoms will optimize your therapy.
What exactly is BHRT Pellet Therapy? Pellets contain natural plant sources of estrogen and testosterone. The estrogen and testosterone utilized in the pellets is compounded by hand, in a compounding pharmacy, and formed into a pellet shape. The pellets are dosed according to your bloodwork results and symptoms and then inserted into the hip area using a small micro-incision.
Hormone pellets are administered via a pellet that is painlessly inserted, under the skin, on the fatty hip area of the body. Once the pellet is inserted, a steady, low dose of natural hormones flow directly into the bloodstream whenever the body needs it. This gives the body the ability to control the release of the hormones just as it did when the ovaries or testes were functioning normally. Pellet hormone therapy has been thoroughly documented and researched in medical journals since 1939 and is the most convenient and effective method of hormone replacement available.
You don’t have to live with unbearable symptoms of aging. Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women is the most convenient and effective method of hormone replacement available. Your relief from symptoms is just a phone call away.
Symptoms in Women
* Night sweats
* Hot flashes
* Pain with intercourse
* Vaginal dryness
* Dry eyes
* Sleeping Problems
* Urine leakage
* Difficulty concentrating
* Memory loss
* Foggy thinking
* Mood swings
* Decrease in sexual desire
* Decrease in energy level
* Muscle and joint pain
These symptoms may indicate a hormone imbalance or depletion. The symptoms could also represent other medical conditions, so you should discuss your symptoms with a qualified physician.
Contact Rejuvene for Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women in Cincinnati
Rejuvene offers Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women in Cincinnati Ohio. If you think you may be a good candidate for BHRT or want more information, please contact Rejuvene to schedule a consultation. Rejuvene has offices in Cincinnati Ohio and Northern Kentucky (Hebron, KY).