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Women - Bio-identical Hormone Therapy
Don’t treat the symptom, correct the hormone imbalance!


Consultation Price: $79.95

Monthly Fee: $220.00



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  • Customized Portal to track your progress



Monthly Fee: $220.00


  • Concierge Telehealth
  • Genuine Prescription Medication and all RX supplies included
  • Direct desecrate home delivery
  • Semi-annual lab and Dr. lab review - no additional charge



Reduce Hot Flashes, Heighten Libido, Decreased Belly Fat, Elevate Mood, Improved Skin Tone and Appearance, Amplified Energy and Motivation, Elevated Physical Ability, Sharpened Memory and Focus, Improve Sleep.


Know the signs of Hormone Imbalance:


Hormone replacement therapy is used to help balance estrogen and progesterone in women around the time of menopause. Every day, millions of women suffer from uncomfortable, debilitating symptoms associated with hormonal imbalances, or estrogen dominance. These hormonal challenges can affect women of all ages, pre and post menopause. Are you 30+ and suffering from one or more of the following?


Night sweats, Fatigue, Weight gain, Mood swings, Depression, Anxiety, Loss of sleep/insomnia, Trouble sleeping, Vaginal dryness, Loss of sex drive, Irritability, Loss of muscle, Dry skin.




Estrogen in Women
Maintaining balanced Estrogen levels can reduce or eliminate unpleasant symptoms of aging as women approach and enter menopause. Estrogen is actually more than one hormone, consisting of estrone, estradiol, and estriol. Estradiol is the strongest of the three estrogens and sends a signal to stimulate cell growth and deter the effects of aging. Effectiveness of hormone replacement involves more than just the right type and dose of estrogen. It’s also about delivering supplements in biorhythmic dosing schedules that restore the correct timing and peak values of Estrogen, Progesterone, and Testosterone to create an optimal female hormone cycle.



Progesterone in Women
Estrogen should never be taken without progesterone, as the progesterone blocks the Estrogen from promoting excessive cell growth. When a woman has estrogen in her system without sufficient progesterone to balance it, she becomes "estrogen dominant", which can cause unpleasant symptoms like hot flashes, fatigue, and insomnia. Perimenopausal women are frequently estrogen dominant, and progesterone is what will help alleviate their symptoms.



Testosterone in Women
Although Women only require a small amount of Testosterone, it is one of the first hormones to decline as women progress through their 30’s. Low sex drive is one of the most common complaints we hear from women with low testosterone as well as difficulty building and maintaining lean muscle mass.




Hormone imbalance effects millions of women every day. We offer a safe and secure plan of care to solve these in-balances with customized bio-identical meds shipped direct to your door.

Free Online Visit

It takes a few minutes. Simply talk to a board certified Physician, answer a few medical questions and if approved your medication will be shipped to your door.

Free & Discreet Shipping

Your prescription will be dispatched by our pharmacy and your RX will arrive at your door in a few days. Refills arrive automatically.

Flexible Plans

You’re in control. With our monthly and quarterly plans, you can cancel or pause your plan at any time.





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Each plan is customized to your needs. Detailed instructions of how to administer your Hormone Replacement Therapy plan of care is explained in detail by our Board Certified Physician and we provide a step-by-step process and other medical guidelines included within your RX package.





What is Menopause?


Menopause is a natural decline in reproductive hormones when a woman reaches her 40s or 50s and defined as a woman not having her period for 12 months in the absence of another cause (e.g., nursing, birth control, eating disorders). This happens when ovaries stop producing large amounts of estrogen (and progesterone) and women no longer ovulate. Hormonal changes and symptoms usually begin before this happens, during a time called perimenopause.

Perimenapouse generally begins when a woman who had regular menstrual cycles starts having irregular periods. Women generally enter perimenopause several years before they stop having periods. Some women can enter perimenopause up to 8-10 years before their last menstrual period. The symptoms of menopause and perimenopause can can be bothersome and the onset of perimenopause, fluctuations in hormone levels may cause irregular menstrual cycles, headaches, mood changes, insomnia, weight gain, breast pain (mastodynia), and hot flashes/flushes.



What happens at the onset of Menopause?


The onset of menopause causes a dramatic decrease in estradiol and progesterone which can cause:


Hot Flashes: Typically last around 5+ years and can last as long as 10 years. Hot flashes effect a very large percentage of women ranging from 70-80%.


Reduction of menstrual cycles: The hallmark of menopause is the absence of a women menstrual cycle. Once a women stops ovulating, their uterine linings no longer grows or sheds.

Loss of bone density: Estrogen protects bones from being broken down with in excess by osteoclasts. When estrogen is lost; osteoclasts go unchecked and bone density is lost. This can result in osteoporosis leading to a higher risk of hip, spin and other fractures.


Bloating and weight gain: Estrogen helps reduce the deposit of fatty tissue. Many women gain weight or report felling bloated during and after the menopausal transition.

Mood changes: Mood changes, like depression, are common during perimenopause and menopause.

Lack of Sleep: Restless sleep and night sweats can be related to hormone imbalance.

Genital changes: Vaginal shrinkage, thinning of the vaginal tissue, loss of vaginal folds, vaginal dryness, vaginal itching and discomfort, and pain during and after sex.

Urinary tract symptoms: Felling the sudden need to urinate, frequent urination, and pain during urination. Similar to the felling of a urinary tract infection.

Heightened risk cardiovascular disease.

Perimenopause and menopause can pose many challenges but certain conditions that are worsened by higher estrogen levels improve after menopause. These include endometriosis, uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, symptoms related to heavy, painful periods, and PMS.



Is Hormone Replace Therapy Safe?


Yes, under the care of expert physicians who utilized advanced diagnostic testing and the latest medical research, Hormone Therapy is indeed safe. In fact, thousands of clinical studies have been conducted on the safety and efficacy of safe, responsibly administered Hormone Replacement Therapy. All HRT Wellness Physicians are highly trained Medical Doctors, each specializing in the treatment of adults over the age of 30 who are experiencing hormone deficiencies/imbalances.



Who should consider Hormone Replacement Therapy?


Those who suffer from a hormone imbalance should seek advice at any time but typically, hormones start to decline in the mid-to-late twenties. By age 35 declines are sufficient that symptoms may be evident. The best time to start replacing hormones is between age 35 and 40. However, it is never too late.


The optimal age for treatment varies for each individual. Some are affected at a younger ages due to adverse health conditions that impact hormone balance. Symptoms of andropause, perimenopause and menopause, which occur around middle-age are usually the reason that individuals seek treatment through hormone balance.

Many find it beneficial to have their hormones tested in their 20s or 30s and establish an optimal baseline of what their normal is. With an established baseline, you can take steps to monitor and maintain balanced hormones. In the event of an imbalance at any point, your physician may refer to your baseline and develop a treatment plant to restore an optimal baseline.



What are the symptoms of hormone imbalance?


• Night sweats
• Fatigue
• Weight gain
• Mood swings
• Depression
• Anxiety
• Loss of sleep/insomnia
• Trouble sleeping
• Vaginal dryness
• Loss of sex drive
• Irritability
• Loss of muscle
• Dry skin



What are the risk of Hormone Replacement in Women?


• Urinary incontinence - Use of estrogen plus progestin can increase the risk of urinary incontinence.
• Dementia - Use of estrogen plus progesterone can increase the risk of developing dementia among postmenopausal women age 65 and older.
• Stroke, blood clots, and heart attack - Women who either combine hormone therapy treatments or take estrogen alone have an increased risk of stroke, blood clots, and heart attack.
• Breast cancer - Women who take estrogen plus progesterone may be at a higher risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer.
• Irritability – Some women have reported increased aggressiveness or irritability at the start of hormone therapy that includes Testosterone. These issues are generally resolved as levels become balanced. If this is a concern, please advise your HRT Wellness doctor, and have Testosterone removed from your treatment plan.



Will my Hormone Replacement Treatment be synced with my menstrual cycle?


The female body's hormones surge and ebb as a part of a natural rhythm, controlling all endocrine function, predominantly a woman's health for reproduction. It is the circadian clock in our cells that measures one 24 hour spin of the planet. For 28 days the moon tracks the repeat of that cycle, and so does the body. We use the female body's natural rhythm of hormone production to establish the proper doses of estradiol, testosterone, and progesterone that mimic the natural hormones which would be produced by your body if you were young. The topical creams and their amounts vary throughout the 28 day cycle to restore the hormone levels of a woman in her prime because young women, for the most part, don't have heart attacks, breast cancer, Alzheimer's, osteoporosis, or type 2 diabetes.



I had a Hysterectomy, do I qualify for Therapy?


A women’s body need estrogen and progesterone. The cycle supports bone health, and brain function, the myelin coating of nerves, and supports heart health. Many of the women in our wellness program have had various forms of hysterectomies. Some still have ovaries and some do not. Women without these organs tend to need more hormone replacement because of what is missing. A woman without a uterus follows the cycle of the moon (lunar calendar) for her monthly rhythms. She has her day 12 peak on the full moon.



Will I have an increased Sex Drive?


Bio-identical Hormone therapy can help those who have problems with a decreased desire for sex.





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