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Hormone Replacement Therapy

Also known as Bio-Identical Hormone therapy (bHRT), hormone replacement therapy, all-natural hormones that are identical to the hormones made by your body to ease the degenerative side effects of aging and other medical issues. The goal of natural hormone replacement therapy or bHRT is to restore and optimize the hormone levels in your body.

Yutopia’s approach to treating hormonal health:

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Consultation to get to know Yu, your goals, and your expectations.
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Complete advanced test panel for hormones and their metabolites with the world’s best hormonal test and laboratory - DUTCH TEST
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Tailored Treatment plans  

- We customize nutrition plans geared toward supporting your unique hormonal makeup

- We tailor-make bio-identical hormone formula which is compounded specially for Yu!

- We work with you to limit your exposure to hormone and endocrine disruptors such as “xenoestrogens”.

Benefits of using BHRT:

Weight loss
Skin elasticity and glow
Increased energy levels
Restored sexual drive and libido
Increased lean muscle mass and decreased body fat
Better cognitive and memory function
Increased vitality and tolerance to stress
Improved bone and joint health
Restored immune function

Frequently asked questions

What are the benefits of hormone replacement therapy?
There are multiple benefits. The most common use is to help with symptoms like hot flashes, irritability, and night sweats. But other very important benefits are improvement in cognition, joint pain reduction, weight loss, energy enhancement, and cardiovascular disease protection.
Are there many types of treatments available for HRT?
Yes. Treatments can vary depending on the hormones. They can be used alone or in combination. For example, common ones used are estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. The treatments can be oral and topical.
What exams should I take if I want to start HRT?
It is always important to have an up-to-date pap smear, Mammogram, or breast ultrasound. Also, your doctor will order a full test panel for hormone levels. A complete medical questionnaire should always be conducted since many other conditions can impact hormone balance.
Do I have to wait until I have very severe symptoms before I can start with HRT?
No. Symptoms can be mild at first or barely noticeable. Your doctor can measure hormone levels and determine the best approach to balancing hormones naturally and/or with the help of HRT.
Will HRT cause heart disease?
No. Newer studies have shown that women taking HRT only with estrogen were not likely to have heart disease.
Does hormone replacement therapy cause cancer?
No. Hormone replacement therapy does not cause cancer. The idea is based on old inconclusive studies. There are very few types of cancers that may pose a risk if taking hormones at very high levels.
Does menopause always have severe symptoms?
No. Some women may experience minimal symptoms or none at all while others may experience more severe ones. When severe symptoms are present, HRT can help alleviate the discomfort and help the transition into menopause.
Can I start HRT with early menopause?
The usual onset of menopause is around the age of 50. Some women might start experiencing menopause around their early 40s. Treatment with HRT will help to reduce symptoms and protect the body from cardiovascular disruptions and osteoporosis.
Can I take HRT after menopause?
Yes, you can. There is a misconception that once menopause sets in, HRT should be discontinued. Even though many symptoms start to ease after menopause, some women may still experience them due to low estrogen levels. It is very important to start supplementing your hormones after menopause to improve quality of life and avoid some chronic diseases such as osteoporosis.
What other hormones can affect menopause?
There are many other hormones which are otherwise good for the body, that can have degenerative effects before and during menopause. These hormones include insulin, thyroid, cortisol, and androstenedione.
Can sex hormones be balanced naturally?
Yes. HRT is not always needed. When treated, there are many conditions that can improve hormone imbalance and help the body transition into menopause with ease.