Hormone Restoring Therapy Q & A
What are the symptoms of hormone imbalance in men?
Some of the symptoms of hormone imbalance in men include:
- Weight Gain
- Brain Fog
- Decrease Sexual Performance
- Inability to Maintain Muscle Mass
What Therapy Does a Sahara West Urgent Care use?
Patients report that one of the most effective methods of regaining hormonal balance they have tried is through bio-identical hormone replacement therapy pellets from BioTE Medical. Pellets can be inserted in only a few minutes and is virtually painless. Within 7-10 days after your pellet insertion, Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) begins to work and Sahara West Urgent Care patients are back to their active lifestyles.
What Causes a Hormone Imbalance in Women?
Hormone imbalance in women can occur as part of the natural aging process and may reflect genetic predispositions for certain conditions. However, hormone balance is affected by the food we eat, exercising and the amount of stress we experience.
What Conditions Can Hormone Imbalance Cause?
When you have an imbalance in the endocrine systems, you have endocrine disease which is a hormone imbalance. This means that there is either too much or too little women hormone being produced somewhere within the endocrine system. Issues regarding this:
- Menstrual cycles, breast abnormalities can stem
- Metabolism problems come from issues with the thyroid gland
There are three paths when choosing any course of medical treatment. The first is the easiest, doing nothing and hoping that you will feel better. The second is going the conventional medicine route and being told your hormones are normal and getting your symptoms fixed by medication, after medication, after medication. The third is to consider the perspective of preventative medicine by optimizing your hormones with a Sahara West Urgent Care. Patients report that one of the most effective methods of regaining hormonal balance they have tried is through bio-identical hormone replacement therapy pellets from Sahara West Urgent Care.