Bio-Identical Hormones: Are They Right For You

If you are 40+ and suffering from moodiness, hot flashes, night sweats, anxiety, depression, apathy, fatigue, or abdominal weight gain you’re not alone. You’re probably asking yourself, “Am I loosing it, just getting old, or is it my hormones?” The good news is, its most likely just your hormones. In the U.S. approximately 2 million […]

Big drug companies want Bioidentical Hormone market for themselves!

Action Alert! If they’re successful, the price of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy could go through the roof. And you may not be able to get the therapy in the right form any longer. In 2014, TherapeuticsMD, a drug company specializing in women’s healthcare, was granted two new patents for the company’s combination bioidentical-estradiol-and-progesterone drug. The […]

Painful Intercourse After Menopause: Becky’s Story (Age 59)

When Becky first came to see me she was 59. She looked younger than her age. However, Menopause made her feel much older than she looked. Over the last few years having intimacy with her husband had become the last thing on her mind because vaginal dryness and atrophy of her vaginal tissue made having […]

Testosterone is for Men & Women: Restoring your levels can make you feel great, love great, look younger and live longer!

  If your life is missing that special spark you used to have, it may be your hormones. Men & Women need Optimal levels of Balanced Hormones, including Pregnenolone, DHEA, Testosterone, and all 3 Estrogens, to achieve optimum health and vitality. Even if just one hormone is low, it can throw all the rest out […]

Hormonal Weight Gain – Why You Need Bioidentical Hormones

This is the story of my patient Patty. When she first came to see me she was 53 and had gained 20 lbs over the previous two years without eating any more or exercising any less. Besides the weight gain, she was also suffering from other significant menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes 2-3 times per day and one time at night (low Estriol), vaginal dryness (low Estriol), which made intercourse painful and she had absolutely no sex drive (low Testosterone).
Patty had started putting on weight several months before she stopped having periods. She was anxious and felt a sense of tension in her tummy most of the time. She was apathetic and depressed and felt a total lack of joy. She hardly recognized herself anymore and felt nearly hopeless.

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