What are the benefits of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (bhrt)?

They are used as treatment for people whose hormones are low or out of balance. Some people benefit from bioidentical hormones, but treatment comes with risks. Bioidentical hormones are artificial hormones similar to the hormones produced by the human body. For women, BHRT provides significant relief from symptoms associated with menopause, such as hot flashes, night sweats, mood changes, sleep disorders, and weight gain.

By restoring hormonal balance, BHRT can also improve libido, energy levels, mental clarity, and overall well-being. At The Ob-Gyn & Incontinence Center, our expert doctors customize BHRT treatments to meet the unique needs of each woman, ensuring effective and safe symptom management and a better quality of life. In men, BHRT has been shown to be beneficial in treating symptoms of aging and low testosterone levels, commonly known as andropause. Symptoms such as fatigue, depression, cognitive decline, and decreased sexual function can significantly improve with BHRT.

At The Ob-Gyn & Incontinence Center, we offer a personalized approach to BHRT for men, with the goal of revitalizing energy levels, encouraging mental acuity, improving libido and, ultimately, elevating overall well-being. Bioidentical hormones are used to help people manage menopausal symptoms or other hormonal imbalances. Both compound and FDA-approved hormones come in different dosages and forms (pills, creams, gels, sprays, and vaginal inserts). Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy helps stabilize hormones, promoting better sleep and better condition of encouragement.

A good candidate for bioidentical hormones is usually someone who has symptoms of hormonal imbalance that significantly affect their quality of life. Bioidentical composite hormones are advertised as a safer, more effective, natural and individualized alternative to conventional hormone therapy. As a result, your body can't differentiate between the natural and bioidentical hormones you introduce. The risk of heart disease and breast cancer may also increase if you are older or if you use hormone therapy for a long period of time. The body produces hormones that act as messengers to tell different parts of the body when and how to work.

If you have a side effect that you can't control or that doesn't go away in a short time, your hormone level may be too high. This differs from other laboratory hormones that work by binding to estrogen receptors to make them more reactive. The professionals at BodyLogicMD are experts in hormones and will develop a personalized treatment plan specifically for the needs of that person. Patients who receive personalized, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy often report a better quality of life.

This small implant is only the size of a grain of rice, but it delivers a constant, personalized dose of hormones to consistently treat symptoms.