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Bioidentical hormones for women are often recommended when they enter menopause and begin to experience many of the symptoms, including hot flashes, headaches, memory loss, weight gain, and lack of sex drive.

Bioidentical Hormones for Women

How do Bioidentical Hormones for Women Work?

Bioidentical hormones for women have the exact same structure as their natural counterparts. A bioidentical hormone mixture is often formulated according to the patient's exact needs. Every woman's specific hormone levels will be determined by their genetic makeup, their environment, and their overall health. As they enter menopause and their estrogen levels begin to drop, the need for hormone replacement therapy may increase. With the use of bioidentical hormones, women have fewer side effects while their hormone levels are gently brought back into balance. It also allows them to live a more normal life, full of energy and good spirits.

Are Bioidentical Hormones as Effective as Natural Forms?

Bioidentical hormones for women are structurally the same as natural hormones. They have the exact same components and are designed to work in exactly the same way as hormones that are drawn from natural sources. Because they are structurally the same, the body can utilize them quickly and efficiently. Bioidentical hormones can be formulated according to the patient’s exact needs, allowing them to use only what is needed to bring the body back into balance. When a woman enters menopause and her estrogen levels begin to drop, bioidentical hormones for women are able to quickly and efficiently reverse the effects of decreased estrogen and gradually begin to restore balance and vitality.

When are Bioidentical Hormones for Women Recommended?

Bioidentical hormones for women are often recommended when they enter menopause and begin to experience many of the symptoms, including hot flashes, headaches, memory loss, weight gain, and lack of sex drive. Bioidentical hormones for women may also be prescribed after a woman has a hysterectomy or other reproductive health issue that begins to affect her regular ability to produce hormones like estrogen and progesterone. In instances where the woman's reproductive health has changed, the need for bioidentical hormones may increase dramatically. In order for her to remain active sexually and enjoy the experience, replacing the hormones that are lost allows her to maintain her physical reproductive health.

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San Francisco Institute of Aesthetic and Regenerative Medicine

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415-767-1919

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