Hormone Replacement For Women
What are the Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Although every woman is different, many of our patients experience the following benefits after HRT at 1513 Anti-Aging and Wellness®:
- Increased energy
- Better sleep
- Decreased hot flashes
- Improved sexual desire
- Decreased vaginal dryness
- Improved skin health and appearance
- Improved muscle tone and strength
- Improved recovery from exercise and activity
- Reduced depression
- Improved mood and quality of life
- Decreased risk of heart disease
- Improved cholesterol levels
- Reduced osteoporosis
- Improved memory
- Decreased risk of Alzheimer’s disease
When Can I Expect to See Results from HRT?
Most women will experience results quickly. Although everyone is different, here is what you can generally expect:
Around Week 1: Hot flashes are usually resolved first. You may notice an improvement in as little as a few days.
Around Weeks 2 & 3: You should notice a decrease in anxiety, irritability, and experience an improvement in mood. Hot flashes also continue to diminish, and you may notice improved sleep. You should also experience increased energy, improved sexual desire and many of the other benefits of hormone replacement therapy.
Around Weeks 3 & 4: Most patients start noticing dramatic differences. Most if not all of menopausal symptoms have resolved.
Around Weeks 5 & 6: You may begin to notice physical changes when you look in the mirror such as weight loss, less hair loss, and improved skin health. These changes may be even more noticeable over time.
Hormone replacement therapy offers women a way to minimize the symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes, memory loss, night sweats, and more. Using estrogen alone or a combination or estrogen and progesterone, many women can find relief from menopausal symptoms and improve their overall quality of life.
Today, more and more women are experiencing the symptoms of hormonal imbalance before menopause. At 1513 Anti-Aging and Wellness®, we provide comprehensive hormone replacement therapy for women as young as 30.
Is Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Right for You?
If you are considering hormone replacement therapy, you are not alone.
Symptoms of menopause can vary from woman to woman. Some women have mild symptoms that resolve in a few months while others have severe symptoms that persist indefinitely.
Even though menopause is a natural body process that all women experience at some point in their lifetime, this does not mean that we should not treat it in order to make the transition easier. Many women find that hormone replacement therapy does just that.
Do you think you might be a candidate for hormone replacement therapy for women? Take our self-assessment to find out.
Types of Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women
At 1513 Anti-Aging & Weight Loss® in Columbus, GA, we offer two different types of hormone replacement therapy:
- Estrogen Therapy. Estrogen therapy is typically administered as either a pill or a cream, and helps to relieve the symptoms of menopause. After your initial consultation, our wellness experts will determine what level of estrogen therapy you require.
- Progestin/Estrogen Therapy. Commonly known as “combination” therapy, progesterone/estrogen therapy may help to prevent endometrial cancer and perimenopausal symptoms.
Our HRT Clinic in Columbus, GA
At 1513 Anti-Aging & Weight Loss® in Columbus, Georgia, we aim to provide a professional but relaxed environment for the evaluation and treatment of pre-menopausal and menopausal symptoms. Our mission to evaluate each patient as a whole, rather than treating individual symptoms.
Our initial evaluation includes a medical history, complete physical, and extensive lab panel to rule out other possible causes of the symptoms you are experiencing. Visit our FAQs page to learn more.
Find out if hormone replacement therapy is right for you. Call (706) 221-4848 to schedule your appointment today.
Self Assessment for Hormone Imbalance
Hormone imbalance or loss can be treated and can tremendously improve a woman’s quality of life. This self-assessment may help in determining if you have symptoms of hormone imbalance.
This self-assessment will not substitute a medical checkup or consultation with a physician. Only a physician or other qualified health care provider can diagnose and treat hormone imbalance.