You have three basic options to choose from when you are dealing with a hormone imbalance. The first option basically involves doing nothing and having the hope that you will feel better soon. The second option involves using conventional medicine and just constantly being prescribed medications. The third is a much better option. It is focused on preventative medicine by optimizing the hormones in your body. We invite you to give HRT with BioTE a try.
Symptoms of Hormone Imbalances and Deficiencies
It is possible for both men and women to experience a hormone imbalance or deficiency. It is common for men and women to naturally produce less hormones as they get older. Of course, this will bring about some changes. However, it is important for individuals to realize that they can take steps to minimize the symptoms that they experience. Additionally, it is important to understand what symptoms are normal and do not need treatment and what symptoms could be improved by using HRT with BioTE.
When men deal with hormone imbalances, some of the symptoms that they could experience include insomnia, fatigue, weight gain, depression, and a low libido. Women experience symptoms like hot flashes, low libido, fatigue, depression, and night sweats. Many men and women have found that using HRT with BioTE has been able to help them address their symptoms and get their body back to feeling good.
Getting the Right Diagnosis
It is never a good idea for a person to start hormone replacement therapy without getting the right diagnosis. For this reason, you will meet with a qualified professional when you visit us for the first time. The professional will run tests to find out if you have some type of hormone imbalance or deficiency and will also look at your overall health in order to rule out any other medical issues that you may be dealing with.
Are You a Good Candidate?
The first thing that will indicate if you are a good candidate for HRT with BioTE is what we learn from your hormone tests. It is good to note that just because a person is not producing the same level of hormones that they were a few years ago does not necessarily mean that they need hormone replacement therapy.