Bioidentical HRT in Hale Barns is a relatively new field of innovative and forward thinking medicine. Advances in medicine have shown that the use of bioidentical hormones can ease the symptoms of menopause and counteract the effects of aging and disease in both men and women. The hormones are identical on a molecular level with endogenous hormones in hormone replacement therapy. It may be combined with blood and saliva testing of hormone levels and the use of pharmacy compounding to obtain hormones in an effort to reach a targeted level of hormones in the body. As early as 1980, the British Medical Journal recommended oral bioidentical progesterone as an option when side effects from synthetic progestogens otherwise mandated discontinued treatment. The goal of bioidentical hormone replacement is a natural hormone balance. Clinical testing of blood and saliva is used to establish deficiencies.
Your doctor could put you on a course of bioidentical hormones that are tailored to mimic your natural hormone production for optimum health and well being. In Hale Barns, HRT is used widely to help with the very unpleasant symptoms of menopause. Hormones are powerful chemical messengers within the body that regulate its day-to-day functions. These include mental and physical well being, sleep patterns and sex drive. Naturally as we age our hormone levels decrease. This results in unwanted symptoms that can lead to reduced quality of life and accelerate the aging process.
If you start to feel the effects of menopause, which can happen to men as well as women, you may require HRT in Hale Barns. Contact Bio ID Hormones today for an appointment or ask your doctor to contact us for the test kit. Our company was instituted by Dr Martin Kinsella and his experienced team. Following great success treating patients in his clinic his unique treatment system has now been made available for other doctors and patients nationwide. He also runs a training course for new Bio ID doctors and offers advice and support to all Bio ID doctors as well as the use of the Bio ID testing and pharmacy facilities. He is registered with both the general medical council and general dental council.