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The Hormone Symphony: Hormones for Women

The human body is a symphony of hormones. You have hormones responsible for your growth, your reproductive system, and your metabolism and digestion. Aging brings a natural reduction in production of hormones in the body. Recreating the hormone symphony with bioidentical hormones can help you look and feel your best, as well as even sometimes stopping the aging process in its tracks.


The thyroid hormones are responsible for your metabolism, and they can affect many aspects of your physical and mental health. Without adequate thyroid, you could feel fatigued, gain weight easily and/or rapidly, have difficulty losing weight, and even have some digestive problems. Thyroid replacement therapy with T4, T3 or a combination  can reverse and stop these symptoms, keeping your body working the way it was intended.


Most women understand that menopause is a natural process women go through that decreases hormones in the body. Many people do not realize that there are many hormones involved, not just estrogen. During menopause, hormone imbalances can also occur in the systems that produce testosterone and progesterone.

Rather than treating menopause symptoms with just estrogen replacements, it is important that all hormone imbalances are resolved to create that perfect hormone symphony. Our clinicians are able to monitor and assess your hormone levels and determine what dosage of which hormones is required to fully put an end to your menopausal symptoms.

Other Hormones

There are a few other hormones in the body that can be equally important. The hormones pregnenolone and DHEA are also important to the hormone symphony, and can decrease naturally with age. These hormones are responsible for mental clarity, memory, energy, mental health, and sexuality. These hormones too can be replaced with bioidentical hormones that can restore balance and health.

If you have been experiencing the signs of aging, menopause, or low energy, hormones could be the culprit. Contact us today to schedule an examination and assessment to determine what we can do to help restore your hormone symphony.

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