If you’d like to know more about Biestrogen in Manchester, schedule a consultation with us. At Bio ID Hormones, our highly-trained, experienced, friendly team can provide you with all the information, advice and assistance you need. Our doctor-led treatments provide relief from the distressing effects of hormonal imbalance in both men and women. These treatments use bioidentical hormones that exactly reflect the effects of your body’s natural ones. They provide relief from the effects of low energy/vitality/sex-drive, menopausal symptoms, weight gain, mood changes, memory loss, risk of heart disease, changes in body composition, and thyroid problems. We use a step by step process that allows clients to feel comfortable and at ease right from the word go.
For our clients in Manchester, biestrogen is one such bioidentical hormone that has benefited many women who have suffered the debilitating effects of menopause. It is also used in certain cases for combating the effects of aging. It mimics the properties and effects of natural oestrogen as closely as possible. Bioidentical hormones are man-made products manufactured in a laboratory. The most common ones are oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone which get reduced due to aging. Based on your symptoms and the results of a careful and extensive range of tests, your doctor prescribes the one that will give you the best results. Some bioidentical hormones are available ready-made from pharmaceutical companies and labs, while others are custom manufactured and dispensed by private clinics. Customised products are regarded as safer, more effective, natural and individualised, tailored to address the changing needs and symptoms in your body.
Biestrogen in Manchester is available in many convenient forms like gels, ointments, capsules, sublingual, suppositories, tablets. Our doctors will advise you on the right form based on our evaluation and also your preferences. Biestrogen also protects you against breast cancer and some other cancers. Why not contact us for more information? Oestrogen is not a single hormone, but a group of related hormones with slightly different properties. There are three major forms of oestrogen circulating in the body based on the menstrual cycle. Imbalance can occur due to aging, after-effects of illness, certain conditions and deficiencies.