Sex Hormone Replacement Therapy

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Menopause, Perimenopause

As women age, sex hormones such as estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone begin to gradually decline. The first phase is called Perimenopause. This phase is traditionally defined as the few years before menopause, when the menstrual cycle starts to change. However, Perimenopause is better defined by the first signs of gradual hormone decline and this technically starts when a women is in her early 20s. By 30, overall sex hormone decline is beginning to pick up speed. By 40,even more hormone changes, and this is often the final stages of Perimenopause, as the symptoms amplify and the menstrual cycle begins to change in character.

Menopause is defined as the complete cessation of the menstrual cycle, and the symptoms are the most distinct and severe. At this point, there is also an overall increased risk for chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and diabetes.

    Symptoms of Menopause

  • Hot Flashes
  • Night Sweats
  • Insomnia
  • Vaginal Dryness
  • Irritability

    Symptoms of Perimenopause

  • Fatigue
  • Loss of Libido
  • Mood Swings
  • Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
  • Changes in Menstrual Cycle
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Male Low Testosterone [Andropause]

A decrease in men’s testosterone level is a natural function of aging. For each year over age 30, the level of testosterone in men starts to slowly dip at a rate of around one percent annually. According to the American Diabetes Association, over 13 million men have low testosterone levels and that number is increasing.

This slow degradation over time manifests itself in a myriad of symptoms later in life but most typically results in increased body fat, lower muscle mass, lower libido, overall lower energy levels and increased risk for cardiovascular disease. It also can negatively effect sex drive and contribute to Erectile Dysfunction. The ADA reports that 70 percent of men with low testosterone levels have erectile dysfunction, while 63 percent have a low sex drive. I n cases where ED accompanies lower testosterone production, hormone replacement therapy may help rectify the ED (Cleveland Clinic, 2009).

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

  • Increased Body Fat
  • Reduced Desire for Sex
  • Infertility
  • High Cholesterol
  • Hot Flashes
  • Decreased Muscle Mass
  • Increased Fatigue
  • Mental Fog
  • Fragile Bones
  • Erectile Dysfunction

BIOIDENTICAL HORMONES

Natural Bioidentical Hormones are one of the key answers to the issues with aging. At The Hormone Zone, our mission is to bring the cutting-edge technology of today and the tried and tested secrets of tradition for complete hormone balance and optimal health. And we utilize Bioidentical Hormones to fulfill that mission, for you.








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SUBCUTANEOUS HORMONE PELLET THERAPY

When Perimenopause, Menopause or Male Low Testosterone strikes, you want to ensure you have the best option for your hormone replacement needs. Since 1937, natural Bioidentical Subcutaneous Hormone Pellet Therapy has been helping countless men and women achieve the freedom of optimized hormone balance. Just like you desire consistency in how you feel, Subcutaneous Hormone Pellet Therapy has the profound ability to keep your hormone levels consistent for months at a time, with no need to take a pill or use a cream. Do not settle for less and choose the best, for you. Learn how Subcutaneous Hormone Pellet Therapy can help you.








Frequently Asked Questions About Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy