Most women who are going through hormonal changes will experience or feel one or more of
the following common symptoms:
Many believe that menopause occurs in women around the age of 50, causing emotional and physical discomfort, and then vanishing after a couple of years—leaving women period-free and feeling old.
In reality, it is not that simple or straightforward. Menopause can happen in a woman’s 40s or 50s, the average age is 51, while perimenopause can begin anywhere between the mid-30s to the mid-40s. You dont have to suffer find out how we can help.
Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (also called Natural Hormone Therapy) refers to the use of hormones that are derived from natural resources, such as yams, that are then compounded to best mimic the molecular structure of the hormones that the body naturally produces. They are then individually compounded by a pharmacy to meet the exact concentrations and ratios, as prescribed by the practitioner, that each patient requires. Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) is used to re-establish the hormonal balance within the body.
How are bio-identical hormones administered!
BHRT can be administered in a variety of methods such as creams, patches, pellets, injections, and sublingual tablets or drops. The method of administration can vary from patient to patient depending on their specific needs, lifestyle, and the doctor’s recommendations. Medication can be administered daily, weekly, or even as infrequently as every 4-6 months if you choose to use pellets. Pellet therapy is the most effective way to deliver and sustain hormone levels. Even patients who have failed with other hormone therapy have a very high success rate with pellets.
Call to schedule your consultation to learn more about hormonal imbalance and Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. Our medical staff is specially trained to look deeper into your health and to diagnose and treat hormonal imbalances. Dr. Scott will then interpret the tests and meet with you to discuss and plan your course of treatment.