HRT for Women

HRT for Women
For many women, the earliest signs of menopause begin in their mid-40s. Some symptoms of menopause can include irregular periods, hot flashes, confusion, fatigue, and other disruptions to daily life.

At MediMorph, our holistic treatment plans address menopause using BHRT, or bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women, to cope with these changes. We believe in a synergistic approach to health and wellness and want to work with you to incorporate different aspects of our offered treatments to optimize your health. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is a huge part of that.

Your initial treatment will include in-house lab work and treatment for your first month.
Include your monthly HRT supplements. May request additional lab work, as needed.
May include other supplements, as recommended by your provider.


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BHRT for Women

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Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women is an ideal coping solution for women enduring disruptive symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. Bioidentical hormones can replace the natural lack of estrogen that occurs during menopause. Overall, this type of hormone therapy can reduce symptoms such as mood swings, irritability, and lack of vaginal lubrication.

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is a safe option because the hormones used for this treatment are identical to the hormones produced by the female body. For women, this means addressing the most troubling symptoms of menopause with fewer risks and side effects than traditional hormone therapy that uses bovine-based hormones.



Typically, women consider hormone therapy when the symptoms of their hormone imbalance disrupt their everyday quality of life. If you are finding it difficult to sleep, get through hot flashes, or manage your moods, it may be time to talk to a physician about hormone replacement therapy.

BHRT for women is typically administered with topical therapy or subcutaneous injections. Topical therapy can include patches, hormone gels, and hormone creams that must be applied daily to maintain a healthy estrogen balance in the female body. Topical treatments may be a good option for women with perimenopause or milder symptoms.

On the other hand, subcutaneous injections are more popular and often more effective, particularly for women with moderate to severe symptoms. Subcutaneous injection therapy works by injecting a few hormones into subcutaneous tissue on the lower hip, which will dissolve over several weeks and release a steady supply of estrogen that can be used to rebalance the body.

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