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Hormone imbalance may occur as early as our 20s. Symptoms vary but may include fatigue, depression, insomnia, weight gain, muscle aches and weakness, sexual dysfunction and more.

Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) can improve those symptoms.

What is BHRT?

Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy in Las Cruces, NM: BHRT is a natural alternative to synthetic hormone replacement therapies, subcutaneous bio-identical hormone replacement therapy utilizes bio-identical hormones derived of natural, plant-based substances. Unlike synthetic hormones, the structure of the bio-identical hormone – testosterone, estrogen or both – most closely matches each individual patient’s needs. Since they are derived from nature, plant-based hormones metabolize in the body, just the way nature intended.

BHRT with pellets has been shown to be a superior method to optimize hormones and address health conditions and symptoms associated with unbalanced hormones in women and men. With bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, synthetic hormones are replaced with natural, plant-based testosterone and estrogen pellets, providing superior results.

Common Signs & Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance in Women and Men

IMPORTANT: Hormone imbalance doesn’t always produce symptoms – but it may lead to serious health consequences.

Even if you don’t experience the common signs and symptoms of hormone imbalance – and feel healthy in general – your health could be at risk. While bio-identical hormone replacement therapy with pellets might help treat the symptoms noted above, it also has been shown to play a key role in preventing disease, including osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, certain cancers and others.

Call 575-233-7770 today to schedule your BHRT visit!

WOMEN:

Do the following symptoms resonate with you?

You may be suffering from imbalanced hormones – estrogen, testosterone or both.

  • Fatigue, lethargy and lack of motivation.
  • Inability to focus and remember things.
  • Mood swings, anxiety and depression.
  • Memory loss.
  • Stubborn belly fat, weight gain, bloating and food cravings.
  • Muscle loss and weakness.
  • Muscle aches, joint pain and longer recovery time from injuries.
  • Frequent illnesses.
  • Cold hands and feet.
  • Hair loss.
  • Saggy, dry, aging skin.
  • Loss of libido, difficulty achieving arousal and orgasm.
  • Hot flashes, vaginal dryness and night sweats.
  • Infrequent menstrual cycles – or lack of menstrual cycle – prior to menopause.

Women who suffer from imbalanced hormones may also experience frequent urinary tract infections (UTIs) and pain during intercourse.

MEN:

Do the following symptoms resonate with you?

You may be suffering from testosterone imbalance.

  • Fatigue, lethargy and lack of motivation.
  • Mood swings, anxiety and depression.
  • Decline in general well-being.
  • Feeling burned out and past your prime.
  • Inability to focus and remember things.
  • Stubborn belly fat, weight gain and food cravings.
  • Loss of muscle strength.
  • Muscle aches, joint pain and longer recovery time from injuries.
  • Frequent illnesses.
  • Excessive sweating.
  • Hair loss.
  • Saggy, dry, aging skin.
  • Loss of libido and inability to achieve or maintain an erection.
  • Fewer morning erections.

Men who suffer from low testosterone levels may also be more likely to suffer from certain diseases and health conditions, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol and alcohol dependency.

Pellet Therapy

So what exactly are bio-identical hormone pellets anyway?

Larger than a grain of rice and smaller than a Tic Tac, BHRT pellets are composed of either estradiol (an estrogen hormone) or testosterone. The pellets used for hormone pellet therapy are manufactured by a leading compounding pharmacy in the United States, where the hormones are pressed or fused into small, solid cylinders.

What’s the procedure like?

The tiny hormone pellets are inserted into the fatty tissue through a tiny incision under the skin – usually in the buttocks or flank. The incision is so small there is no need for stitches. To prevent patient discomfort, a local anesthetic is applied to the insertion site prior to the procedure. That’s it!

The hormones are released slowly over the course of several months in response to your metabolism, physical activity ,or emotional stress, keeping mood and energy fluctuations at bay daily.

Treating The Body, Mind And Soul Takes An Integrated Approach And May Include:

  • Subcutaneous BHRT with estrogen and/or testosterone pellets.
  • Resolving of leaky gut issues with probiotics and other supplements.
  • Thyroid supplementation.
  • Nutritional support through IV therapy.
  • Detoxification programs.
  • Exercise programs.
  • Referral to mental health professionals should optimizing hormones and nutrient supplementation not alleviate the symptoms of depression, anxiety and mood changes.

*Note that all of these services require separate visits.