Menopause is a normal biological change that occurs in a woman’s life and marks the end of her ability to conceive and the beginning of her monthly cycle. Although it is a normal and inevitable period, the symptoms brought on by the hormonal changes can drastically lower a woman’s quality of life. Menopausal symptoms are widely treated with hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and within this field, bioidentical hormones, often known as “biote,” have drawn interest for their possible advantages and tailored approach. Using bioidentical hormones as a focal point, this essay explores the idea of hormone replacement therapy for menopause.
Vaginal dryness is a common problem that many women experience. It can happen at any age, but peri- and post-menopausal women are more likely to get it because of hormonal changes. Vaginal dryness can cause pain during intercourse, as well as urinary incontinence. Fortunately, non-surgical treatments such as FemiLift, a CO2 fractional laser are available to help women overcome this issue.
Hormone imbalance therapies seek to alleviate the symptoms of a wide range of conditions that are frequently overlooked by medical professionals. Our approach to hormone replacement therapy is bioidentical and custom compounded to each patient’s unique physiology, allowing patients to get the most out of BHRT as possible. To learn more about the advantages of hormone replacement therapy, contact a VSPOT Certified Provider today.
Regular hormone testing for women will reveal whether hormones are optimized. This may help to avoid hormonal imbalances in a woman’s endocrine system. The good news is that VSPOT’s Method of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) may help balance female hormones.
What Causes Female Hormone Imbalance?
Hormone imbalance in women can occur as a result of aging and may reflect genetic predisposition to certain conditions. Hormone balance or imbalance, on the other hand, can be influenced by the foods we eat, the amount of exercise we get, and the amount of stress we are exposed to.