Female Hormone Therapy

[section title=”One Third Two Thirds” id=”section4″ wide=”true” typography_sm=”Text {line-height: 27px;font-size: 18px;}H1 {line-height: 36px;font-size: 30px;}” css=”background-color:#ffffff;” typography=”Text {line-height: 24px;color: #000000;font-size: 16px;text-align: justify;font-weight: normal;}H4 {line-height: 28.57142858px;font-style: italic;margin-top: 0.5em;margin-bottom: 0.5em;font-size: 20px;}H1 {line-height: 44px;font-size: 44px;color: #d8544f;font-weight: 700;letter-spacing: -1px;}”] [columns auto_height=”1″ vertical_align=”middle” add_margins=”false” spacing_css=”height:calc(100%);margin:0px;padding:0px;”] [column width_sm=”4″ css_md=”padding-top:15%;padding-bottom:15%;” css_sm=”padding-top:20%;padding-bottom:20%;” css_xs=”margin-left:1em;” css=”min-height:50vw;z-index:3;margin-bottom:1em;margin-top:1em;margin-left:1em;padding:4em 1em;border:1px solid #b8b8b8;” typography=”H1 {text-align: left;}”] [text tag=”h1″]What is menopause? [/text] [spacer css=”height:1em;”][/spacer] [separator content_type=”none” text=”Caption” text_tag=”span” align=”center” content_align=”center” href=”#” image=”http://cstatic.themler.io/themler/474/images/defaultImage.jpg” css=”padding:10px 0px;” image_css=”display:inline-block;” content_css=”margin-left:30px;margin-right:30px;” content_typography=”Text {color: #777777;}” line_css=”width:15%;border-top:4px solid #d8544f;”][/separator] [spacer css=”height:1em;”][/spacer] [text tag=”p”]Menopause is a condition that begins at the age between the 40s and 50s in a woman’s life. The ovaries stop producing estrogen and releasing eggs, which ultimately, if the egg is not fertilized, it culminates in a woman’s menstrual period. However, some women begin to have symptoms prior to menopause, the stage called perimenopause. A woman’s overall well-being begins to be affected due to the hormone imbalance that this brings to their bodies. Symptoms of Menopause: • Menstrual irregularity • Decrease energy levels • Hot flashes • Fatigue • Night Sweats • Low libido or sexual desire • Anxiety • Unexplained weight gain • Mood swings • Vaginal Dryness • Depression  [/text] [spacer css=”height:1em;”][/spacer] [/column] [column width_sm=”8″ css_xs=”height:100vw;” css=”background-image:url(http://www.prietomedical.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/2635910_bd_media_id_540a1354c1d4a8780504ab289f23e2ba.jpeg);background-repeat:repeat;background-attachment:scroll;padding-top:1em;padding-bottom:1em;background-position:left top;background-size:cover;border:1em solid #ffffff;” typography=”Text {text-align: left;}”] [text tag=”p” css=”background-color:rgba(245, 245, 245, 0.75);”]Benefits: Treating perimenopause, menopause, and even premenstrual symptoms can be done using BHRT. The benefits are numerous, including more energy, increase in sexual desire, improved mood, and even reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. There is no reason why one should live with all the unpleasant symptoms that the aging process brings, BHRT offers a solution to these problems.[/text] [/column] [/columns] [/section] [section title=”One Third” id=”section4″ wide=”true” typography_xs=”H5 {line-height: 22.85714286px;font-size: 16px;}H4 {line-height: 25.71428572px;font-size: 18px;}H3 {line-height: 30.00000001px;font-size: 21px;}” css=”padding-top:1em;padding-bottom:1em;” typography=”Text {line-height: 24px;font-size: 16px;color: #555555;}H6 {line-height: 17.14285715px;font-size: 12px;}H5 {letter-spacing: 0.03em;}H4 {line-height: 30.00000001px;font-weight: 400;font-size: 21px;text-transform: none;color: #777777;}H3 {line-height: 37.5px;font-size: 25px;font-weight: 700;text-transform: uppercase;color: #333333;}” tag_image_style=”imagestyles-17″] [columns auto_height=”1″ vertical_align=”middle” add_margins=”true”] [column width_sm=”4″ css_sm=”padding:3%;” css_xs=”border-right-width:0px;border-right-style:none;border-bottom:1px solid #dddddd;” css=”padding:7%;”] [image image=”http://www.prietomedical.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/1874598_bd_media_id_e814bef96238a8a4ffd6eeb55dac4c0c.jpeg” css=”display:inline-block;width:318px;height:212px;margin-bottom:1px;”][/image] [/column] [column width_sm=”8″ css=”padding:10px;”] [text tag=”h3″]Modes of Therapy: [/text] [text tag=”ul”]
  • Drops or spray
  • Injectables
  • Sublingual tablets or troches
  • Sublingual drops, spray
  • Capsules
  • Gels
  • Suppositories
  • Topical or vaginal creams
  • Pellets
  • Patch   
  • [/text] [separator content_type=”none” text_tag=”span” align=”center” content_align=”center” line_css=”height:15px;margin-bottom:1em;border-bottom:1px solid #dddddd;”][/separator] [text tag=”p”]Human Growth Hormone (HGH) & Deficiency Human Growth Hormone is naturally produced by the pituitary gland (so called master gland). Throughout a person’s life, levels decline as early as the early 20s. Decrease levels of this hormone lead to negative effects, such as decrease in sexual performance, weight gain, sleep disturbances, decrease in energy levels and stamina, loss of muscle, and even decrease in the skin’s youthful appearance. There are different options for treating human growth hormone deficiencies; however, it is always important to rule out any medical condition as the reason for the hormone deficiency.  [/text] [button href=”hormone-therapy” type=”bootstrap” style=”success”]Learn More[/button] [/column] [/columns] [/section]