During the advanced stages of our lives, our bodies begin to change. Many women are not prepared for the change of life, when menopause quickly changes our hormonal balance and wreaks havoc in one’s life. Between insomnia, hot flashes, and mood changes, women often don’t feel like themselves when going through menopause. Luckily, there is an effective way of reducing the symptoms of hormone imbalance during this transition, including hormone replacement therapy.
How does hormone therapy work?
Hormone therapies work by evaluating the levels of hormones in a woman’s body via blood testing and then using hormone replacement systems such as BioTE to regular the hormones into balance. In doing so, it significantly reduces the symptoms of hormone imbalances and helps women feel more like themselves! The BioTE is the desirable option available at Northwest Women’s Center, as it not only balances out the hormones and addresses common issues, but it can provide additional benefits to one’s health, including protection against cardiac, bone, and joint issues. Our team recommends to women the benefits of BioTE Pellet Hormone Replacement Therapy.
How does BioTE work?
BioTE works differently than other hormone replacement programs such as oral ingestion. Instead, the BioTE system administers bioidentical hormones that are packed into a very tiny pellet that is injected into the skin. The pellets then deliver hormones gradually over the course of several months to ensure the body is properly balanced at all times. Bioidentical hormones are derived from plant estrogens which are chemically identical to a patient’s natural hormones in their body, and can help in balancing estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone in men and women. This is a safe, reliable, and effective way of helping women balance their hormone levels during the period of menstruation and assist them in feeling more like themselves!
Learn more about BioTE
If you are located in the area of Houston, Texas and are interested in learning more about hormone replacement and balance options, call our doctors at the Northwest Women’s Center. Our practice is conveniently located at 13215 Dotson Road, Ste. 200 and can be reached by phone at (281) 444-3440.