bioidentical hormone replacement therapy

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Advanced Medicine’s bioidentical hormone therapy is dedicated to helping men and women of all ages feel their very best. 

Unfortunately, many medical providers simply “blow off” their patient’s requests to look for hormone imbalances when they just don't feel right. Physicians often attribute their symptoms of fatigue, brain fog, and generalized aches and pains to conditions like fibromyalgia, depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, stress, and so on. However, many symptoms are due to low testosterone and or low estrogen levels. When these hormones are low, we simply do not feel good, because our bodies and minds are not operating at full capacity. As a result, we feel older, tired, and run down with little to no interest in sex.

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Low T Symptoms in Women

Brain fog
Low energy/fatigue Trouble losing midsection weight
Little to no interest in sex Wrinkles and sagging skin
Thinning hair Pain with intercourse Low motivation/fatigue
Weaker Orgasms Vaginal Dryness and pain
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Low T Symptoms in Men

Muscle loss
Poor recovery from exercise
Decreased libido
Weight gain-change in body contour
Reduced erectile function
Low motivation and drive
Brain fog

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Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men

What can testosterone treatments do for men?

Men can see:
Firmer erections
Decreased body fat
Increased muscle mass
Increased longevity
Thicker hair Increased focus

Are you affected by low T?

Testosterone (T), a hormone produced in the testes, is involved in almost every aspect of metabolism. Men over 30 produce about one percent less testosterone each year which often leads to erectile dysfunction, decreased sex drive, decreased muscle mass, bone loss, increased body fat, increased blood sugar, high cholesterol, decreased energy, depression, poor sleep and anxiety. A drop in testosterone is called hypogonadism and is commonly called Low T. Many conditions and life circumstances can cause a drop in testosterone, but testosterone replacement can reverse these symptoms and improve health.

Build muscle to burn fat

Muscle loss and subsequent weight gain are two of the most common symptoms of Low T. Testosterone increases muscle, but low testosterone hinders the process of muscle building, causing muscles to shrink. Men who are treated for Low Testosterone with Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) will experience an increase in muscle mass.

Testosterone stimulates muscles to grow and repair muscle tissue. Increased muscle mass helps to control weight gain because muscle is more active than fat. Muscle continues to burn calories even when not you are exercising. Testosterone is one of the most important tools in your tool belt to enable your body to grow, repair, and thrive.


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Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women

What can testosterone treatments do for women?

Women can see:
Clearer thinking
Decreased body fat
Increased energy and elevated mood
Thicker hair, nails and better skin
Increased libido
Decreased body fat

HRT for all ages

Hormone imbalance can affect younger women, too. Even if you are in your 20s, you could still experience the following:

Unexplained fat gain Bouts of depression
Moderate to severe hot flashes Vaginal dryness or complications while urinating
Loss of bone mass No more monthly periods
Lost of ovary function If this sounds like you, get in touch with ADVANCED Medicine.

HRT and menopause

For women experiencing symptoms of menopause, hormone replacement therapy is one of your best options. This moment typically occurs between the ages of 48 to 55. However, some women experience it before then. The earlier it happens for you, the more likely you could benefit from hormonal replacement therapy. HRT is also a great option for women who have recently had their uterus removed.

HRT typically involves a series of medications taken to replace the ones your body is no longer making. Along with reducing your symptoms of menopause, HRT is also proven to prevent bone loss and reduce fractures in postmenopausal women.