Hormonal imbalance has no one-size-fits-all approach. And yet many in the medical field continue to treat it as if there’s one solution that works for everyone. The age of simple band-aid solutions is over. So if you’re struggling with rebalancing hormones (through menopause, andropause, or other stages of life), Primary Care Simplified can help.
When considering our patients’ wellbeing, we take a holistic approach because we know that to be balanced physically, you must have balance among all aspects of your life.
One approach we take when helping patients find balance is BHRT. Whether you’re acquainted with this treatment or have never heard about it, we are going to walk you through all the basics today!
Deciding on a hormone treatment can be overwhelming, there are tons of options! You have creams, patches, pills, and vaginal rings just to name a few. However, many patients, men and women, are left feeling unsatisfied and dealing with untreated symptoms. Our answer to this is BHRT.
Here are some fast facts:
BHRT, or bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, is a type of hormone therapy that uses hormones that are structurally identical to the substances as they naturally occur in your body. It has been a favorite for both men and women coping with the aging process.
- Bioidentical hormones are derived from plants, giving you an all-natural solution.
- Your dose will be determined based on your unique needs according to blood tests.
- Improvements can be seen within the first 2 weeks, but 8 weeks is necessary to feel the full effects.
Remember, this is just a quick introduction to BHRT. So if you are interested in learning more, feel free to stop by the clinic or schedule your completely confidential consultation!
Who Is BHRT For?
Hormone imbalance is serious, and while it affects everyone and some people have more extreme symptoms than others, if left untreated it can have grave health consequences.
When thinking about hormones and imbalances most people think of women in menopause. While it is the biggest culprit, there are other periods of life that may bring about imbalances.
Do you feel fatigued, experience mood swings, noticing hair loss, stubborn belly fat, and loss of libido?
These are just a few of the many signs of hormonal imbalance.
Aging is completely natural and you will likely notice the effects of a dip in testosterone level as early as your 30s.
Common signs of hormonal imbalance in men include frequent illnesses, mood swings, fewer morning erections, excessive sweating, and loss of muscle strength.
If you can identify with any of the symptoms above, you should meet with your healthcare provider. Primary Care Simplified offers a truly patient-centric practice that puts your needs first. Health is not one-size-fits-all, and we don’t treat it as such.
Schedule your free and confidential consultation so we can learn more about your health concerns and goals and tailor the best hormone treatment for your specific needs.
Primary Care Simplified Can Help!