Hormone Replacement and Anti-Aging Center
Changes in the length, heaviness, or regularity of your menstrual cycles could be a sign of hormonal imbalance.
Hormonal fluctuations can impact mood, leading to mood swings, irritability, anxiety, or even depression.
A decrease or increase in sexual desire can be related to hormonal changes.
Hormone imbalances, particularly related to thyroid hormones, can contribute to feelings of fatigue and low energy levels.
These symptoms are commonly associated with hormonal changes, especially during menopause.
Hormonal fluctuations can affect sleep patterns, leading to insomnia or disrupted sleep.
Acne, dry skin, or changes in hair texture may be linked to hormonal imbalances.
Some women may experience changes in bowel habits or digestive discomfort during hormonal fluctuations.
Hormonal changes can also influence breast tenderness, swelling, or changes in breast tissue.
If you’re experiencing persistent or bothersome symptoms that you suspect may be related to hormonal imbalance, it’s crucial to consult with a healthcare professional. At Cleveland Health Group, we can help determine the underlying cause with a thorough medical history, physical examination, and hormonal testing.
A decline in estrogen puts a woman at risk for premature ovary failure, osteoporosis, heart disease, colon cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, tooth loss, impaired vision, Parkinson’s disease and diabetes. Other symptoms of loss of estrogen are loss of skin elasticity, bone shrinkage, moodiness and cognitive decline.
Testosterone in women is responsible for mental clarity, libido, and muscle tone and mass. When testosterone levels are low, women often complain of mental confusion, weight gain and poor muscle tone, even with regular exercise. Optimizing testosterone levels is beneficial to the brain, muscles, bones, heart and metabolism.
At Cleveland Health Group, our hormone therapy for women helps Cleveland patients restore optimal hormone balance. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) for women may help any woman whose hormones are out of balance. Most commonly, women seek hormone replacement therapy when they are experiencing menopause.
The BioTE method of hormone replacement therapy consists of bioidentical pellets that are custom compounded based on your blood levels.
BioTE pellets are plant based and are designed to structurally match human hormones made in the body. The pellets are inserted subcutaneously during a quick in-office visit. No recovery time or downtime is required.
Estrogen and testosterone are released based on your cardiac output and typically last 3 to 4 months. No creams, gels, or injections, just a constant stream of optimized hormones.
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