Estrogen, Progesterone, & Testosterone Supplementation in Gilbert, AZ
Balanced hormones can lead to a healthier, happier life. Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), also called menopausal hormone therapy and estrogen replacement therapy, is an effective treatment for perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms by supplementing the hormones that your body may not be producing adequately.
Hormone Replacement Therapy can also be a safe and effective solution if you’re suffering from any of these symptoms:
HRT is a medical treatment that involves replacing hormones that are no longer being produced by the body, typically estrogen and progesterone, as well as testosterone for women and testosterone for men.
Yes. Our ovaries and adrenal glands make this hormone as well!
HRT may be recommended for women who are experiencing moderate to severe symptoms of menopause and who do not have contraindications, such as a history of breast cancer or blood clots. Men who have low testosterone levels may also be candidates for HRT.
HRT can be administered in several ways, including pills, troches, patches, creams, gels, pellets and injections.
In addition to alleviating menopausal symptoms and reducing the risk of certain diseases like dementia and cardiovascular disease, HRT may also improve bone density, cognitive function, and overall quality of life.
No, HRT should not be used as a form of birth control. It is not effective at preventing pregnancy and can actually increase the risk of pregnancy in women who still have a uterus. If you are on birth control, we may use Testosterone or Progesterone depending on your symptoms to help balance your hormones.
Yes, men with low testosterone levels may benefit from TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy). It can help alleviate symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, decreased libido, and muscle weakness.
If you feel like you are experiencing symptoms of menopause or low testosterone levels, your healthcare provider can help determine if HRT or TRT is an appropriate treatment option for you based on your medical history, symptoms, and individual risk factors.
We also have a free Patient Symptom Survey you can take to evaluate your symptoms:
Patient Symptom Survey – MEN
Patient Symptom Survey – WOMEN
If you feel like you’re checking a lot of boxes, we’d recommend scheduling a free consultation.
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You deserve a healthcare provider that sees the whole you, not just your symptoms.