Bioidentical Hormone Therapies Customized To Meet Your Need
Femme Clinique is Bellevue’s premier life enhancement clinic for women and men who want to get more from life. From sexual enhancement to healthy aging and longevity we can help you maximize your potential from the inside out using bio-identical hormone therapies.
Hormone Imbalances Can Be A Big Problem
In today’s world we are constantly being exposed to chemicals that can severely affect the hormone milieu.
When your hormones are out of imbalance you may experience symptoms which can range from uncontrollable weight gain or loss to severe fatigue and low mood.
An obvious symptom of hormonal imbalance is PMS (premenstrual syndrome) which is usually due to a progesterone and/or estrogen deficiency. Hormones effect everything including how we feel and think. Progesterone can help improve relaxation and sleep and estrogen is important for mental clarity. A more extreme example of estrogen deficiency is Alzheimer’s disease.
Another problem is that as we age our hormones tend to decline (ie menopause). Many women are afraid to do hormone replacement because they have been told it might increase their risk of cancer. The truth is that science has advanced. We can now measure hormone levels accurately and decrease cancer risks. Also, all the studies that showed increase risks were from studies using horse hormones. Premarin® is a horse hormone mix.
Using hormone therapies that help your body restore balance can help you regain your optimal health. Bioidentical hormone therapies have been used for thousands of years to help women regain health and vigor for life. The Chinese used bioidentical hormones 1,000 years ago in 1025 AD. Your naturally produces hormones and bio-identical hormones are identical to the hormones your body produces.
If you are looking for a holistic solution to health aging and balancing your hormones naturally, then the Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy is right for you. This treatment program is designed to help you balance the key hormones Progesterone, Oxytocin, Testosterone, Estrogen, Thyroid, and more.
Pamela Smith, MD, MPH discusses disease prevention