Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men & Women
Hormone Replacement Therapy is a treatment procedure for both men and women. For men, it is natural that the testosterone level reduces with age. Although, if this reduction in testosterone levels becomes unnatural then it is best to contact male hormone replacement therapy doctors. For women, it is the significant drop in their estrogen and progesterone levels due to menopause which requires hormone replacement therapy. Reach out to a mental health professional if you feel you are suffering from it.
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- Have a consultation with our doctor and start your treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are signs that tell may give you an indication to get hormone replacement therapy for men. If that is so, you need to contact a doctor without any delay and get started with the treatment. Let’s take a look at how testosterone affects you:
Declining Libido: Testosterone has a direct effect on your sex drive, leading to a more satisfying sexual experience and healthier personal relationships.
Lack of Energy: Testosterone helps produce sustainable energy for the day, enhancing your work, sporting and leisure activities.
Weak Erections: Testosterone may enhance the quality of erections, restoring your confidence and enjoyment in sexual encounters.
Losing Enjoyment in Life: Testosterone helps to enhance your mood and make you feel satiated, joyful and energetic. You will then be enthusiastic for the whole day. Decreasing Strength and Endurance: Testosterone assists in stabilizing your mood and creating a balance that will positively impact work and personal relationships
There are two main types of hormone replacement therapy for men treatments:
- Bioidentical Treatments
- Synthetic Treatments
People suffering from this often fall in a dilemma to choose the right treatment among these for themselves. Let’s compare the two so that your choice becomes a little simpler.
Bioidentical hormones are natural — usually plant-based — substances that have an identical molecular structure and chemical composition as the hormones naturally produced by your body.
By contrast, synthetic hormones are intentionally different molecular structures: drug companies can’t patent a molecule produced naturally by the human body, so they design synthetic hormones that are molecularly different and therefore patentable — Premarin, Prempro, and Provera being the most obvious and widely prescribed examples of products containing synthetic hormones.
Today, well over 70 percent of the population born after the 1940s is made up of adults 35 years and older — and many of these adult men and women are experiencing the distressing symptoms of hormone deficiency.
Bioidentical hormones are the most natural way to address the medical issues associated with age-related hormone imbalances and deficiencies.
Ingredients derived from soy and yams are what make up bioidentical hormones, and have been available for over 20 years. Because bioidentical hormones have the same molecular structure as the hormones your body would normally produce if it could, they generate the same physiologic responses as your body’s natural hormones.
Unlike synthetic hormones, bioidentical hormones are natural and fit perfectly into the body’s hormone receptors. Because they are identical to the body’s natural hormones, this molecular match allows for complete utilization of the hormone without the side effects which are common with synthetic hormones.
Hormones play a crucial role in the functioning of a woman’s body. Their levels and balance, which is sometimes referred to as ‘female hormone harmony’, are extremely important to their health, mood, and well-being. As you age, your body produces less of these vital hormones. When hormones fall to unhealthy levels, it can create a chemical imbalance in your body leading to irregular periods, hot flashes, sleeplessness, and various other harmful symptoms. In fact, menopause, adrenal fatigue, and other hormone syndromes are all characterized and caused by improper hormone levels. For that, hormone therapy for women is available.
If you or your close one is suffering from the symptoms listed below, it is better you get testosterone replacement therapy for women sooner rather than later. These symptoms include irregular periods, hot flashes or night sweats, PMS symptoms (cramps, bloating, breast tenderness, headaches, and/or irritability, sleep difficulties, fatigue, loss of energy, feeling sad, moody or overwhelmed, feeling anxious, having anxiety attacks, or temporary heart palpitations, feeling forgetful, fuzzy-minded or confused, irritability or just not feeling like yourself, bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation or nausea, stiff or achy joints, weight gain, loss of libido or a change in sexual desire, vaginal dryness, cravings (sweets, carbohydrates, etc.), and thinning hair or skin, or hair loss.
In order for your body to function optimally, your hormones must stay in perfect balance. Hormone replacement therapy for women can help. We have helped thousands of patients get their lives back – we can do the same for you. Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women (BHRT) uses hormones that are identical, on a molecular level, to the hormones your body naturally produces. Many women are surprised to learn that symptoms they’ve been experiencing for months, or even years are actually due to a hormonal imbalance — and that there are a number of treatment options.
Getting Hormone Replacement Therapy
If you experience any of the above-mentioned symptoms, the best solution is to get professional help. It is better that you take some preventive measures than the risk to suffer from hormone imbalances. Let’s take a look at what you should do.
-Tracking Symptoms: You need to be vigilant in tracking the symptoms that you are suffering.
-Note Down Information: It is important that you keep a written account of all the information you need to keep track of.
-Questions for the doctor: Be prepared before you visit a doctor. Keep a note of the questions you want to ask him.
-List of Medications: Make a list of the medications you are having including the dosage including those of nutrients and vitamins.
-Having Someone with you: It is better if you have someone with you. Share your symptoms and condition with them.
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