Hormone Replacement Therapy
It is a fact of life that, as we age, our body and its production of many of its keep ingredients begin to decline. As we age into our middle to later years, the drop-offs can often become much more drastic, and those effects become more and more apparent. Through advanced medical science, we do not have to just “deal with it” any longer. We have options! Hormone Replacement Therapy (commonly referred to as HRT) provides some great solutions to males and females alike.
Men | What is Andropause & Low-T?
Women are not the only people who suffer from changing of hormones. Usually when men reach the ages of 40 to 55, they often begin to experience a drop in their testosterone levels (commonly referred to as Low-T). Men, you are not alone; this physiological phenomenon is not a rare occurrence; in fact, tens of millions of men are affected by this condition. In some cases, men in their mid to late 30s can experience Andropause.
Symptoms of Andropause
- Reduced Energy Levels
- Increased Fatigue
- Reduced Strength and Muscle Mass
- Low Sex Drive
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Lack Of Mental Focus
If you are a male who is suddenly experiencing some of the above symptoms, you may be experiencing a reduction in your testosterone levels. If you’d like to know for sure, make an appointment today for a free consultation.
Men’s Testosterone Therapy Includes:
- Regular office visits
- Initial blood panels
- Periodic follow-up blood panels
- Recurring medication delivered to your home [optional]
Women | Hormone Replacement Therapy
Hormone Replacement Therapy is not just an option for men; while the symptoms, timing, and treatment differ, women can run into various hormonal issues just like men. Hormonal imbalance is a common occurrence in women, especially as they get into their late 30s and beyond. At Revitalize You MD, women are offered HRT options that are customized to their specific set of circumstances and symptoms.
Common Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance in Women:
- Persistent weight gains
- Foggy memory
- Unexpected and excessive sweating (including night sweats and hot flashes)
- Lack of sexual desire
- Muscle loss
- Consistent and growing fatigue
- Vaginal dryness
While experiencing these symptoms alone does not specifically signal that a woman is dealing with hormonal imbalance, it is best to get a medical professional’s expert input.
If you are a woman who is experiencing some of the above symptoms, you may be experiencing some level of hormonal imbalance. If you’d like to know for sure, make an appointment today for a free consultation.