Hormones and Your Health 

Hormones are produced by the glands, which include the hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, pineal, ovaries in women, and testes in men. When the hormones are unbalanced, it wreaks havoc on your body, state of mind, ability to focus, and energy and dramatically affect health and quality of life. We perform diagnostic testing and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.

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Aging and Hormones

As the years pass, certain hormones naturally decline, including testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone. The decline is progressive, occurring over time, but you may notice that you lack energy, are gaining weight for no reason, and are experiencing emotional ups and downs. As the decline continues, you may feel anxious and depressed, or your libido is not what it once was. You may have trouble sleeping and struggle with “brain fog.” These are all symptoms of hormonal unbalance, and they can all be treated with hormone replacement therapy in Southlake.

We Treat the Cause Rather Than the Symptoms

In the past, you may have been prescribed various medications to manage mood (antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications), sleeping pills, or other drugs rather than receiving a full medical assessment to find the root cause of your concerns.

BHRT for Women 

When women suffer hormonal imbalance, a range of symptoms begin to appear:

  • Aches and pains
  • Reduce libido and sexual response
  • Discomfort during intercourse
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness
  • Fatigue, lethargy, lack of energy, inability to focus
  • Weight gain, belly fat, cravings
  • Illnesses
  • Hair loss
  • Sagging, dry skin

BHRT for Men 

Men often develop certain symptoms due to unbalanced hormones, including:

  • Cognitive decline
  • Reduced libido
  • Depression
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Hair loss
  • Fatigue, lack of energy
  • Memory problems, brain fog
  • Weight gain
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Treating Hormone Imbalances with Hormone Replacement Therapy in Southlake, TX

Various methods exist to supply the system with hormones, but one method is far superior – pellet implants. This method works by implanting tiny pellets (each about the size of a grain of rice) beneath the fat under the skin, which releases the hormones in a manner that most closely mimics how the body does it on its own — steady, and over time.

Beyond the superior performance of this method, you will not need to take a daily pill, apply a cream, patch, or perform any other tasks. With the hormone pellets, you need to see us at The Oasis Medical Aesthetics two or three times a year. These tiny implants continue to deliver hormones to your system for five or six months for men and four or five months for women.

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Added Benefits of BHRT at The Oasis Medical Aesthetics

If you are one of the countless people that, no matter how strictly you manage your diet or how often you work out, continue to lack energy and cannot shed tummy fat, you may have a hormonal imbalance. Our bioidentical hormone replacement therapy in Southlake can change your life!

A Customized, Science-Based Approach to Healthy Hormones 

At The Oasis Medical Aesthetics, the process of diagnosing hormonal imbalances includes ordering baseline labs and a medical assessment, followed by ordering custom-made bioidentical hormone pellets from a compounding pharmacy.

Ongoing Testing For Superior Results

When you return for the bioidentical hormone pellet insertion procedure, we follow up with the appropriate labs before scheduling subsequent bioidentical hormone pellet insertion procedures. Our goal is to help our clients regain energy, and improve focus, attitude, and sex drive, with the added benefits of healthier, glowing skin, increased muscle mass, enhanced fat burning, and faster weight loss.

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