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What is Menopause?

A collection of symptoms and bodily changes that typically occur after a woman ceases menstruation. Common symptoms include hot flashes and sleep disturbances. The combination of these symptoms and others below can cause anxiety or depression.

What Symptoms do you have?

There are many different signs of whether you are a candidate for hormone replacement therapy or some of our other life changing programs. We are experts in helping patients suffering from some or all of the symptoms below. Your hormone levels have a substantial effect on many of your body’s vital daily functions. So now may be the best time to get answers.

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Symptoms

Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are a hallmark symptom of menopause because so many women experience them. Hormone imbalance is almost always…

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Weight Gain

Losing weight during menopause can feel like pushing a heavy rock up a steep hill. Balanced hormones can end the uphill battle…

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Fatigue

The other symptoms of menopause, like insomnia, night sweats, and depression, are often the culprits behind fatigue. The answer…

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Low Sex Drive

Low libido often gets lost in the shadows of more classic symptoms. Meanwhile, losing your sex drive can feel like losing a part of yourself…

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Mood Changes in Women

Mood issues comprise a particularly difficult cluster of symptoms in menopausal women because they impact those around you—particularly your…

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Insomnia in Women

Would you do almost anything for a good night’s sleep? Most menopausal women would. Sleep can be a rare commodity during this…

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Hormones

Estrogen in Women

Every day we hear from women who are frustrated. They’re frustrated with the inadequate treatment they’re receiving from their primary…

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Testosterone in Women

Most women think of testosterone as being a strictly male hormone. But women need testosterone, too. They just need much less. This comparatively…

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Thyroid

The thyroid gland and its many associated hormones can be thought of as the “traffic center” for your endocrine system. Thyroid hormones are important…

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Progesterone in Women

While the focus in women’s hormones is often on estrogen, it’s important to remember that estrogen is at its best and safest when…

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Cortisol

Cortisol is the hormone responsible for releasing adrenalin when you’re under stress. In small doses, that’s good. But as the saying goes…

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DHEA

DHEA is produced by your adrenal glands, and is the most plentiful sex hormone in the body. Without it, your body can’t make other important…

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Each therapy program is customized to fit
you & your personal health goals

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There is no obligation to connect with a
specialist for more information

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