Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women in Plano

Reverse age-related hormone symptoms

Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women at Bitcare

Women’s hormone production starts to drop at a certain age. Women’s bodies undergo substantial changes by the time they turn 50, including menopause, the onset of wrinkles and fine lines, loose and sagging skin, diminished libido, vaginal dryness, uncontrolled weight gain, decreased muscle mass, and more. The hormonal imbalance brought on by the decrease in hormone synthesis is the underlying cause of many typical ageing symptoms. Hormone Replacement Therapy helps alleviate or reduce these symptoms.

Procedure length

15 Min

Recovery Time

None

Downtime

None

How does it work?

Testosterone pellets work by releasing testosterone in small quantities over several months. A doctor will implant these pellets under your skin, near the hip, or on the buttocks. First, the doctor will thoroughly clean the area where they plan to implant the pellets. They will then administer a local anesthetic before making a small incision in the skin and using a tool called a trocar to insert about ten pellets. 

Can help rebalance

Estrogen

Testosterone

Thyroid

Progesterone

DHEA

Cortisol

Age Related Hormone Symptoms

Fatigue

Hot Flashes

Weight Gain

Insomnia

Low Sex Drive

Mood Swings

Irritability

Thinning Hair

Foggy Thinking

Try Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women at BitCare

If you’re ready to book a consultation, complete the form or call (469)-750-CARE(2273). We’ll develop a customized treatment plan and answer any remaining questions you have about Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women.

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FAQs

Yes. Some forms of menopause hormone therapy may cause monthly bleeding. These include cyclic hormone therapy preparations that contain a combination of estrogen and progestin. 

The effects of the treatment might not become noticeable for a few weeks, and there might be some side effects at first. A doctor will typically advise trying the medication for three months to evaluate if it works. If it doesn't, they might advise adjusting your dosage or switching the kind of HRT you're taking. 

You can usually begin HRT as soon as you start experiencing menopausal symptoms and will not usually need to have any tests first. However, a blood test to measure your hormone levels may be carried out if you're aged 40 to 45. 

Many women believe that taking HRT will make them put on weight, but there's no evidence to support this claim. While weight gain during the menopause is possible, it frequently occurs whether or not HRT is used. You should be able to lose any excess weight by exercising frequently and following a healthy diet. 

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is medicine used to treat the symptoms of the menopause. It is common to have side effects in the first few months of taking HRT. These usually settle on their own within 6 to 8 weeks. Side effects include weight gain, irregular bleeding, feeling sick (nausea) and skin irritation. 

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