BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY

As we age, sometimes as young as 30, our bodies tend to experience hormonal imbalances. While this can be a common phenomenon it can also be uncomfortable and will lead to a decline in health and wellness. Some issues that can arise from hormonal imbalances include hair loss, fatigue, thyroid disease, weight gain, depression and sexual dysfunction just to name a few.

If you are experiencing any of these issues (or more) you might be a candidate for Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT). The natural hormones in this type of therapy can be found in a myriad of forms such as creams, injections, creams/gels, pills and SottoPelle® pellets.

The SottoPelle® method in particular works to naturally replicate the hormones that your body produces on it’s own using plant-derived hormone pellets, often derived from molecules in soy or wild yams. The pellets are then seamlessly inserted under the skin and are slowly released in to the bloodstream. Your body naturally absorbs the hormones on a 24×7 basis, 365 days a year.

Since the hormones are structurally identical to the ones naturally created by our bodies there are no side effects such as those often experienced by patients when treated with synthetic hormone substitutes.

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy is completely customized per patient. Your appointment would begin with a detailed blood test to identify were your hormone levels are, and more importantly, were they should be. Dr. Matos-Cloke will personally review your results with you and tailor a treatment plan specifically for you. Working hand-in-hand with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy is nutrition and exercise, which are also key components to a successful treatment outcome.

At Advanced Hormone Solutions we know that hormones play a significant role in how our bodies behave and ultimately in how we feel. Our goal is to help our patients reclaim the joy in their lives regardless of their age.

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