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Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Colorado

Typically, hormone levels drop as human beings age, and this gradual change can have lasting effects on health, energy, and the skin’s elasticity. People who are experiencing a decrease in hormone production may develop various health-related issues. Though dealing with hormone deficiencies can seem hopeless, there are medical treatments available to combat these potentially negative changes.

To make hormone imbalances and treatments for hormonal issues easier to understand, let’s briefly cover what hormones are, what they do, and what issues may occur in the body when imbalances occur. 

What are Hormones?

Hormones are molecules that carry instructions from glands and tissues to various body systems. These molecules vary in their range of functions and targets. Some hormones can bind with compatible cells all over the body, while others are more specialized, targeting only one or a few tissue types.

For example, estrogen (the female sex hormone) can regulate functions by binding to estrogen receptor sites in uterine, breast, and bone cells, but it can also act as a target cell for various regulatory molecules.

Thyroid hormones, on the other hand, regulate many of the body’s functions, including heart rate, digestion, metabolism, brain development, bone health, and much more.

More than 50 hormones that have been discovered vary in structure, function, and response. Each works to control various biological processes, including muscle growth, heart rate, menstrual cycles, and hunger.

Hormones travel throughout the body looking for target cells. Once a hormone finds a target cell, it binds with the cell and changes its activities. The cell’s receptor reads the hormone’s message and carries out the instructions by either influencing gene expression or altering cellular activity. These actions produce a variety of rapid responses and long-term effects. 

Hormonal Imbalances

In both men and women, certain hormone levels begin to decrease as they age. This can be due to an overall decrease in hormone production, a slower rate of production, a decrease in organ function, or a slower rate of hormone metabolization.

When hormone levels drop, an individual is likely going to experience a variety of symptoms, depending on which hormone levels have become unstable. 

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Progestins
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Common Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance Include the Following

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Testrone Replacement Therapy for Men In Arvada

As men age, their hormone levels, including testosterone, decline. This decline can leave a man feeling tired, unmotivated, overweight, or suffering from sexual dysfunction.

Restoring testosterone and other hormones lost over the years is crucial for a man’s health and necessary to lose fat, build muscle, boost energy, and enhance libido. Are you looking for bioidentical hormone therapy in Colorado? Then our experts of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy in Denver, Colorado, are ready to provide you with the best medical solution.

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Symptoms Associated with Male Hormone Imbalance

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Benefits of Male Testosterone Replacement Therapy

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Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women In Aurora

Menopause is the end of ovulation marked by a sharp decline in estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone in women. By the time women reach menopause, they have already experienced many symptoms such as hot flashes, irritability, weight gain, deep wrinkles, arthritic pain, and insomnia.

Women need to begin Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy as soon as symptoms start. It can help them improve their health and slow down the aging process.

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can give a woman back her youthful energy and, at the same time, decrease the possibility of acquiring diseases associated with hormonal decline.

The average age of menopause is approximately 51y/o, with symptoms usually starting around age 45y/o, but some women experience menopause much earlier, even in their late 20’s or 30’s.

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Menopause, Peri-Menopause, Early Menopause

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Benefits of BHRT For Women

Hormone Delivery Options: There is much debate on the efficacy of the different hormone delivery symptoms

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Injections: Typically in Males Only

  • Usually weekly or bi-weekly intra-muscular injections
  • Associated with greater risk of increase in hematocrit
  • Higher Estrogen levels
  • Steady release into the blood. Not similar on normal body hormone release.

Transdermal Creams

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  • Applied daily to the skin
  • Risk of transfer to others (significant other, kids, etc)
  • Lower rates of increase in hormone levels when compared to injections or pellets
  • Potential issues with compliance 

Oral: Pills, Sublingual Pills, Troches and BLA

Daily Intake Requirement BLA (Bio Lymphatic Absorption)

Traditional Pills

Sublingual Tablets

Troches

BHRT Clinic Colorado

At R2 Medical Clinic, our Denver Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) experts believe every individual deserves customized medical care. To commit to this ideal, our medical professionals take the time to become familiar with each patient’s unique circumstances. We perform in-depth medical examinations, evaluate symptoms, analyze blood work, and gather crucial patient testimony before developing an individualized treatment plan. We leave nothing to chance and ensure that you get the best results through BHRT treatment.

By undergoing personalized BHRT treatment at R2 Medical’s hormone replacement therapy clinic, patients in the Denver, Greeley, and Arvada, areas of CO can naturally optimize both mind and body by increasing healthy hormone levels despite typical age-related depletion.

BioIdentical Hormone Therapy

R2 Medical Clinic

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(720) 640-2333
1873 South Bellaire St Suite 1215, Denver, CO 80222

5511 West 56th Ave, Suite 220 Arvada, CO 80002

5699 W 20th St, Greeley, CO 80634