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What is hormone replacement therapy?

Hormones are involved in most of the basic functions of the body, such as digestion, appetite, libido and mood. Low or unbalanced hormone levels can have widespread effects on your health and feeling of well-being. For many people, the solution is hormone replacement therapy, which consists of the use of personalized compound drugs to replace the hormones that their body does not produce.

At Dr.C MEDSPA, we use bioidentical hormones for women and men. Bioidentical hormones have the same molecular structure and function as natural human hormones. Currently, doctors and patients choose bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) as the preferred treatment for declining or unbalanced hormones.

Benefits of hormone replacement therapy

The granules we use come from natural ingredients derived from plants from FDA-approved sources. Unlike a traditional pharmacy without compounds, we can combine, remix or change the active ingredients and additives of a drug to meet the very diverse needs of each patient. Belmar pharmacists provide the best combination of relief and convenience, providing doctors with options in hormonal therapies, doses and delivery systems.


The most common use of BHRT is to treat the symptoms of menopause in women. These symptoms include hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, sleep problems, fatigue, weight gain, loss of muscle mass, confused thoughts and mood swings. BHRT for menopausal women restores the quality of life of women who experience perimenopause and menopausal. There is no longer a need to suffer in silence.


Postmenopausal osteoporosis can affect many women during the first decade after menopause. Bones can become brittle, fragile and fracture easily. It is one of the most common postmenopausal problems that doctors can treat with BHRT.


Until they reach menopause, female hormones protect women from many cardiovascular problems. However, once estrogen and certain adrenal hormones begin to decrease, women may need hormone replacement therapy to help protect the heart and blood vessels.


BHRT can help with vaginal dryness in women, decreased libido in both sexes and problems with sexual functioning in men.


Men and women can lose muscle mass and strength as hormone levels decrease. Hormone replacement therapy can help patients continue to enjoy their favorite sports and activities and a better quality of life.


Hormonal changes in menopause or andropause (in men) can cause or worsen mood swings, anxiety disorders or depression. In addition to worry, fear, agitation, irritability, nervousness and irrational thoughts, patients may have physical symptoms: heart rate, difficulty breathing, nausea, numbness, dizziness, tremors and high blood pressure.

Who can benefit from bioidentical hormone replacement therapy?

BHRT can benefit women and men with age-related changes in hormone levels that cause problems ranging from wellness problems to serious medical conditions.

BHRT therapy can also be useful for younger patients who have any of the aforementioned conditions. No matter how old you are, if you suffer from a hormonal imbalance, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can help.

Who should avoid bioidentical hormone replacement therapy?

However, BHRT is not suitable for everyone. Not everyone has these symptoms as they get older; if they don't, there is no need to fix what is not broken! In addition, the possible risks and side effects may vary from one individual to another, depending on the patient's medical history and lifestyle. You should always consult carefully with your doctor about your current hormone levels and the possible pros and cons of hormone replacement for you. Don't forget to tell your doctor if you:

  • She thinks she may be pregnant
  • You are experiencing vaginal bleeding
  • You have/had certain types of cancer, such as breast, uterine or endometrial cancer or had a stroke or heart attack
  • He has/had blood clots
  • You have/had liver disease

If you have any of these risk factors, your doctor may want to consider a different solution for you.