Unlock your full potential with Hormone Replacement Therapy
HRT works by supplementing or replacing the hormones in the body is no longer producing sufficiently. For women, the primary hormones that are typically replaced in HRT are estrogen and progesterone. In men, testosterone is the primary hormone that may be supplemented. The synthetic hormones in HRT mimic the effects of the natural hormones produced by the body, helping to alleviate the symptoms of hormonal imbalance.
HRT stands for hormone replacement therapy. It is a non-invasive treatment, not requiring surgical incisions or invasive procedures. It is a treatment used to supplement or replace the hormones your body is no longer producing in sufficient amounts, typically estrogen and progesterone in women and testosterone in men. It treats low testosterone levels, which can cause symptoms such as decreased sex drive, fatigue, and loss of muscle mass.
The time it takes to see results from Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) can vary depending on several factors, including the individual’s age, medical history, hormone levels, and the type of HRT used. In some cases, individuals may begin to experience relief from symptoms such as hot flashes and mood changes within a few weeks of starting HRT. However, it may take several months for some individuals to see the full benefits of HRT.
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The use of HRT can vary from person to person and will depend on individual medical history and risk factors. In some cases, HRT may be used for long-term to manage symptoms.
HRT can have risks and side effects, such as an increased risk of blood clots, stroke, and breast cancer in women. Other side effects may include nausea, headaches, and bloating.
There is generally no downtime associated with Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) .