Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a supplemental treatment that’s used to counteract hormonal shifts in the body. In addition to helping relieve common symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats, HRT can also help alleviate many symptoms such as mood swings, sleep problems, and low energy. The experienced medical team at North Carolina Weight and Wellness provide advanced HRT services, using bioidentical hormone pellets. If you’re tired of living with the bothersome effects of hormonal shifts, or menopause, call or book your appointment online today!
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The team at North Carolina Weight and Wellness offers hormone pellet implants, an advanced form of HRT that involves placing a tiny cylinder of bioidentical hormones underneath your skin.
Hormone pellets consistently deliver small doses of hormones to keep your blood levels stable, which can boost your energy, improve your mood, and help you sleep better.
Bioidentical hormones, which are derived from plant sources, are identical in molecular structure to the hormones that your body makes. Because your body can’t distinguish them from its own hormones, they function in the exact same way as your natural hormones.
Conventional HRT, on the other hand, uses synthetic hormones, which are structurally different than your natural hormones. This could be why conventional HRT is sometimes associated with adverse side effects.
A personalized HRT plan can find substantial relief from most hormone-related symptoms, including:
Because osteoporosis is associated with reduced estrogen levels, HRT may also help preserve bone density and protect against fractures.
HRT is simply a way to give your body a supplement of the reproductive hormones that it’s no longer making at the same levels. The physician at North Carolina Weight and Wellness can use a simple saliva test to assess your current hormone levels.
For women, HRT involves a customized prescription for estrogen and progesterone to help alleviate the symptoms of menopause and reduce some of the associate health risks. HRT is commonly available in the form of a pill, skin patch, gel, cream, spray, or implantation pellet.