Signs You May Need Hormone Replacement Therapy

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) can help treat negative symptoms that come with hormonal imbalance. Both men and women can benefit from BHRT.


Do you get hot sweats at night? Have you noticed depreciated energy levels throughout the day? How about increased mood swings?

These symptoms could be signs that you need hormone replacement therapy. The body's functions are regulated by hormones, so ensuring that they are balanced is crucial for your health. Everything from your appetite to sleeping patterns can be effected by hormone levels.

It's often believed that the negative symptoms that come with aging are inevitable - but this is not true. Science has continually showed that with BHRT, you can get back to feeling "normal" again and get your system back in the right direction.

The human sex hormones are the most commonly treated: estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone. They play a vital role in our behavior and mood.


What are the signs you may benefit from Hormone Replacement Therapy?


For women, these symptoms often happen alongside menopause:
- Hair thinning
- Vaginal dryness
- Dyer skin
- Reduced sexual desire
- Hot flashes and night sweats
- Low energy
- Reduced mental clarity

For men, these symptoms can begin to appear happen after the age of 30:
- Loss of libido
- Less muscle mass
- Weight gain
- Difficulty with erections
- Problems sleeping

Hormone Replacement Therapy Near Me


If you're looking for a hormone replacement expert near you, Dr. Selma Rashid offers telemedicine in California, Illinois, Colorado, and Nevada. Using an individualized approach, a custom treatment plan is made according to your needs.

To learn more about how BHRT can dramatically relieve your symptoms and restore your vitality, please call (331) 777-2419 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Selma.
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