Hormone Replacement for Women

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Many people believe that hormone levels in women remain normal until

menopause occurs after age 50.  In reality, these hormones may

decrease as early as age 30 and will progressively decrease through

the commonly accepted age of menopause. Symptoms of hormone deficiency

may include:  hot flashes; night sweats; sleep disturbances; mood

swings; weight gain; vaginal dryness; migraines; palpitations and a

thinning of your bones. As women age, the natural depletion of these

hormones is compounded by additional changes related to childbirth and

menopause.

Rocky Mountain Hormone and Weight Loss clinic will treat the actual

cause of your symptoms and will restore your depleted hormone levels.

Your hot flashes should be reduced and may possibly be eliminated.

With a healthy diet and a regular exercise routine, you should

experience weight loss, improved elasticity of your skin, an enhanced

sex drive and more energy. Your overall risk for osteoporosis and

heart disease may also be reduced.

Take a hormone test now