The primary use of estrogen therapy is to treat menopause symptoms that include vasomotor symptoms (hot flashes and night sweats) and urogenital atrophy (itching, dryness, and irritation).
Hormone Replacement Therapy
USES, TYPES, RISKS, & BENEFITS
WHAT IS HRT?
HOW DOES HRT WORK FOR MENOPAUSAL WOMEN?
TYPES OF HRT
What is HRT?
How does hormone therapy work for menopausal women?
Menopause transition is different, and there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment. HRT is a comprehensive solution, because it’s driven specifically by your symptom profile. Anytime Clinic performs Labs and determine both the treatment plan and dosages, tailored to your specific needs. Hormone Pellet Therapy can help manage the following symptoms, among many others:
HOW DOES HRT WORK FOR MEN?
HRT for Men improve your testosterone levels with natural hormone replacement therapy. Hormone Pellet Therapy improves muscle mass, energy, libido, age related illness as Osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s, diabetes and heart disease. Plus, you’ll feel stronger and have more confidence.
Types of HRT
Progesterone therapy does help regulate the growth of uterine cells which can occur with estrogen therapy, it can also address symptoms in the following ways: Aiding restful sleep, Alleviating anxiety and stress, Improving mood, Supporting memory and Curbing hot flashes
Testosterone is typically thought to be a hormone unique to men, but women also produce and need testosterone. Testosterone also decreases during menopause, causing symptoms like low libido,Brain fog, Painful sex, Fatigue and Weight gain. Anytime Clinic Powder Springs prescribes DHEA to raise testosterone levels.
A blend of estrogen and progesterone. Hormone Pellet Therapy treatment plan can also include DHEA for testosterone, if the medical provider assesses that it would be helpful.
Benefits of HRT
HRT has been shown to reduce the risk of the following:
HRT has also demonstrated the capacity to maintain and enhance muscle mass, strength, and connective tissue.
Health Risks Associated with Hormone Therapy
A discussion with your medical provider can determine whether you are a good candidate and if the benefits would outweigh the risks. Heart disease, which can include risk of heart attack Increased risk of blood clots and stroke, especially during the first year of use – this risk is increased in patients who have high blood pressure and smoke. Increased risk of breast cancer with long-term use of HRT
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy uses hormones derived and processed from plants that are chemically identical to the hormones that the body naturally produces. Bioidentical HRT that is sourced from FDA-approved ingredients, derived from yams, and has shown to be effective and reliable for symptom relief.