Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men for Low Testosterone (Low T)
Male hormone replacement involves treatment with testosterone injections for low testosterone or low T, and any male from the age of 35 and up may suffer from low testosterone. Potential signs of male low testosterone include:
- Low sex drive or libido
- Moodiness or depression
- Low energy
- Hair loss
- Loss of muscle mass
- Increase in body fat
- Erectile dysfunction
There is no need for any man to suffer when the treatment of low testosterone can improve the quality of life, give you more energy, and increase libido.
Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women
Hormone replacement (HRT) is a proven way to support a woman’s well-being as she ages. Scientific evidence continues to verify the positive health effects of using HRT. Proper HRT provides support for cardiovascular and bone health in women, and it can help in cutting the risk of diabetes, dementia, and even breast cancer. The list of its protective effects goes on, and in addition, HRT may relieve the symptoms of perimenopause, as well as post-menopause.
Women may start experiencing symptoms that can affect their quality of life during perimenopause, as estrogen levels continue to decline. Many women experience menstrual irregularities including shorter, longer, and heavier periods. In addition, many begin to notice the onset, or increased intensity of vasomotor symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats during perimenopause. Possible symptoms of menopause:
- Hot flashes
- Night sweats
- Irregular periods
- Vaginal dryness
- Mood changes
- Loss of memory
- Problems sleeping
- Weight gain
- Heart palpitations
- Joint soreness or stiffness
- Headaches, migraines and backaches
- Recurrent urinary tract infections
- Urinary urgency
- Depression not responsive to antidepressants
- Loss of libido
Solutions to Hormone Replacement for Women
Why experience all of these uncomfortable and life-impacting problems when there is a solution that will alleviate many of these symptoms? Tens of thousands of women have chosen hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to alleviate the symptoms of perimenopause, and menopause.
Hormone replacement is now being acknowledged as a vital part of the total health picture for the aging population. Our method of hormone replacement will play a central role in supporting the longevity and quality of life for our patients. No matter what age a person may be, maintaining beneficial hormone levels will support internal balance and harmony. Treatment can help the body function optimally, encouraging healthy aging and active living.
The Role of Normal Vs. Optimal Thyroid
“Normal” is a dangerous word. It sounds positive: you’re just like everyone else, hooray! In reality, “normal” indicates that you merely fall within the standard margin of the average unhealthy adult. If the average adult is overweight and borderline diabetic, do you really want to stay in the same lane as them? No, definitely not. That’s why there’s such a dramatic difference between normal thyroid function and optimal thyroid function. “Normal” thyroid function is imperfect. It keeps you chronically operating at 70% of your best self. Sure, you can survive like that, but it’s not how you want to live your life.
There’s no single “perfect” thyroid level. Everybody is different, which is the beauty of what we do as we individualize treatments, but with that said, most women usually feel better with natural thyroid free T3 levels between 4 and 4.4 pg/mL.
During your consultation with our team, we will perform a thorough health assessment and discuss your health goals, and once the root cause of your symptoms is uncovered, we will create a customized treatment program just for you.