FEMALE HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY
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As we age, our hormones may not be as optimal as they were in our youth and we start to feel the effects. Women typically begin seeing diminished levels of estrogen and progesterone as they become peri-menopausal in their late 30’s and early 40’s. Let the expert doctors at Spartan Medical Associates create a personalized treatment plan that's tailored just for you.
Hot flashes are a hallmark symptom of menopause because so many women experience them. Hormone imbalance is almost always the root cause.
Losing weight during menopause can feel like pushing a heavy rock up a steep hill. Balanced hormones can end the uphill battle, and make weight loss easier.
The other symptoms of menopause, like insomnia, night sweats, and depression, are often the culprits behind fatigue. The answer: balanced hormones.
Low Sex Drive
Low libido often gets lost in the shadows of more classic symptoms. Meanwhile, losing your sex drive is a common symptom. A healthy sex life can be part of healthy aging!
Would you do almost anything for a good night’s sleep? Most menopausal women would. Sleep can be a rare commodity during this time in life.
Mood issues comprise a particularly difficult cluster of symptoms because they impact those around you—particularly your loved ones.
Trouble concentrating is another common symptom of menopause or perimenopause.
Few women want to talk about it. Most women find it a little embarrassing. Lots of women have it. The good news is we aren’t shy about it, and we can fix it.
There are numerous reasons why a woman might lose her hair, but two of those reasons are related to testosterone and thyroid.
The “silent” nature of osteoporosis is why screening has become routine in menopausal women, and why healthy levels of estrogen are so important.
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Benefits of Hormone Replacement for Women
- Improved Symptoms of Menopause Such as Hot Flashes, Night Sweats, and Mood Swings
- Decreased Risk of Osteoporosis and Bone Fractures
- Help You Sleep Better
- Reduce Vaginal Dryness
- Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease in Some Women
- Lower Your Chances of Dementia
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Hormones in Women
Estrogen in Women
Estrogen is the feel-good hormone for women. You simply won’t feel your best without an adequate supply in your system.
Progesterone in Women
Bioidentical progesterone is the can-do-no-wrong hormone for women. Aside from its unique benefits, it polices estrogen’s activities and keeps it safe.
Testosterone in Women
Testosterone does wonderful things for a woman’s body. In particular, it fuels sex drive, improves the ability to build lean muscle mass, and stabilizes mood.
Healthy levels of DHEA are a “strong predictor” for longevity and a lower incidence of disease. It’s also the most plentiful sex hormone in the body.
The thyroid gland and its many associated hormones regulates metabolism, and can be thought of as the “traffic center” for your endocrine system.
Cortisol is the hormone responsible for releasing adrenalin when you’re under stress. In small doses, this is a good—but too much cortisol is toxic.
GH is responsible for cell growth and repair throughout the body. Every cell, organ, and system within your body is impacted by this important hormone.
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