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Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Hormone therapy (HT) is used to treat symptoms of menopause in women as well as improve health and stamina in men. Your age, family medical history, personal medical history and severity of your symptoms are factors that may affect your decision to take hormone therapy. Talk with Dr Romero about the benefits and risks of HT, the different forms of HT and other alternative options.

MENOPAUSE AGE RANGE

Dr. Romero takes a personalized approach in determining the optimal course of care for each patient, particularly in the realm of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). With a deep understanding of FDA-approved therapies, she tailors treatment plans to address individual needs. Dr. Romero employs a meticulous assessment process, considering factors such as the patient's medical history, current health status, and specific hormonal imbalances. This individualized approach allows her to identify the most suitable hormone replacement therapy that aligns with the patient's unique physiology and preferences. By staying well-versed in the latest advancements and adhering to approved protocols, Dr. Romero ensures that her patients receive effective and safe hormone replacement treatments tailored to their distinct requirements.

DR FRANCES ROMERO IS A NAMS CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER

MENOPAUSE HORMONE THERAPY

Managing Menopausal Symptoms: Understanding Hormone Therapy (HT)
If you're experiencing symptoms of menopause, hormone therapy (HT) may be a viable treatment option. However, there are several key factors to consider before making a decision. Your age, family medical history, personal medical history, and the severity of your symptoms are all important factors that should be considered. We encourage you to discuss the benefits and risks of HT with your healthcare provider, explore the different forms of HT, and weigh alternative treatment options.

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PERIMENOPAUSE HORMONE THERAPY

Understanding Perimenopause and Its Symptoms
Perimenopause is the time frame before menopause, when the levels of estrogen, a crucial female hormone, begin to drop. This period could last for several years, and during this time, you may experience symptoms similar to those of menopause, such as hot flashes or irregular periods. Once you stop menstruating for a full year, you have officially entered menopause.

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HORMONE MANAGEMENT IN MEN

Managing Hormonal Imbalances in Men: Treatment Options and Prevention Strategies
 

It's a common misconception that men are immune to hormonal fluctuations. However, physical exercise can help regulate hormones, particularly insulin levels. In some cases, medical intervention may be necessary to restore hormone balance. Keeping sugar and carb intake in check is also essential to prevent the onset of diabetes, obesity, and other diseases.

For men with hormonal imbalances, there are various treatment options, including testosterone medications. Testosterone gels and patches can help mitigate symptoms of hypogonadism and other conditions that cause low testosterone levels. Consult with Dr Romero to help evaluate and address hormonal imbalances.

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HORMONE LABWORK

As a member of the practice members receive over a 30% discount off of retail pricing for labwork.  Hormone blood tests focus on various markers, including thyroid and sex hormones. If you're experiencing discomfort or unusual symptoms, it could indicate a hormonal imbalance. Our network enables us to offer our members excellent pricing on lab tests, making it accessible for everyone.

COMING SOON

Dr Romero is excited to be working on a project to bring menopause and hormone therapy care to everyone.  Her passion for understanding the intricate web of systems in the body is the driving force in making Menopause care available regardless of your income or insurance.  Follow us for more exciting news to come!

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