Hormone Replacement Therapy

Selim Surgery Center

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is a medical treatment designed to alleviate symptoms associated with hormonal imbalances. As we age, hormonal levels may fluctuate, leading to various issues. HRT involves supplementing or replacing hormones, such as estrogen or testosterone, to restore them to optimal levels. This therapy aims to relieve symptoms like hot flashes, mood swings, and fatigue, enhancing overall well-being. Depending on the individual’s needs, HRT can be administered through various forms, including pills, patches, or pellets, providing a tailored approach to hormonal balance.

At Selim Surgery Center, we proudly offer Biote’s Method of Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) with Pellets, a revolutionary approach to managing hormonal imbalances. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals is committed to helping you achieve optimal health and well-being through personalized hormone optimization.

What Sets Biote’s Method Apart?

Biote’s Method of Pellet Therapy involves the use of tiny, custom-compounded pellets designed to address symptoms arising from hormonal imbalances. These pellets offer a unique advantage by maintaining consistent hormone levels throughout the day, promoting stability and relief from unwanted side effects. Our approach utilizes bioidentical hormones, mirroring the chemical structure of those naturally produced by the human body.

What are the Most Common Signs of Hormone Imbalance?

Signs of hormone imbalance can manifest in various ways and may differ between individuals. Common indicators include persistent fatigue, mood swings, and changes in sleep patterns. Women may experience irregular periods, hot flashes, or difficulty concentrating, while men may notice decreased libido and muscle mass. Skin issues, weight fluctuations, and increased stress can also signal hormonal shifts. If you’re experiencing a combination of these symptoms, it’s advisable to consult with a healthcare professional who can assess your hormone levels and recommend appropriate measures for balance and well-being.

How Can a Patient Get Started With BHRT?

If you recognize the symptoms of hormonal imbalance mentioned above, schedule an office visit to test your current hormone levels. Based on a comprehensive consultation and extensive lab work, we will determine candidacy for the Biote Method.

Do I Qualify?

Bariatric Surgery

Millions of people would like to lose weight. Severely obese patients are considered viable candidates to undergo bariatric surgery.

Severe obesity is defined as weight that is at least 100 pounds more than the ideal body weight for a person’s height and age.

Severe obesity (Morbid Obesity) is defined by the patient’s body mass index, or ratio of fat to lean body mass. It is an equation that uses weight, height and age in the calculation.

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