Hormone Replacement Therapy in Seattle

What are Bio-Identical Hormones Exactly?

Hormones are the body’s chemical messengers, they travel through our bloodstream, entering our individual cells by unlocking our “receptors.” Essentially, they flip the chemical switches that control things like your body’s growth, your development, and your mental and physical functions. Bioidentical hormones are special lab-created hormones derived from plant estrogens. These lab-created hormones are chemically identical to those your own body produces. 

Why consider Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy?

BHRT is most frequently used to ease symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. It can also help alleviate such conditions as:

Overactive BladderIncreased risk of heart disease and type-2 diabetesHot flashes & night sweatsVaginal problems like dryness, itching, painful intercourse, etc.Problems SleepingLack of EnergyMemory problemsJoint aches and painsDepression and Anxiety

Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Could be What you Have Been Waiting For

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy pellets help you start feeling like yourself again faster, without the side effects associated with other forms of treatment like gels, injections, or patches. If you would like to schedule a consultation to learn more, give Seattle Regenerative Medicine a call today at 425-528-1402.

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