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Balancing Hormones

Bio Identical Hormone Replacement

Hormones are critical in keeping a body regulated. If you're not sick, you want to keep hormone levels healthy to prevent sickness, but more importantly, if you are sick, then balancing hormones becomes a top priority.


For example, if you have ALS, but there isn't testosterone or progesterone to protect the muscle then the disease it's going to ravage as much muscle as possible. It is very important to have a medical team that will be able to check your hormones.

Balanced hormones are important whether you are trying to stay healthy, whether age-wise hormones have changed or if you have a disease. If you do have a disease hormones become especially important because of the protection that they provide to the tissues of the body.

What does the therapy consist of?

We customize safe, natural therapies for each patient so you know your treatment is adjusted perfectly for your age.


Hormones are administered in the form of creams, gels, pills, injections, or pellets. Over time your hormone levels will continue to be monitored and adjustments made as necessary. The key to successful results is an individualized approach created by a physician specially trained in bio-identical hormone therapy, such as Dr. Ferro at BodyScience.

What can this therapy do for me?

Both men and women can experience declining hormone production as early as their mid-thirties. The greater your stress levels the more likely you are to experience an early on-set of these symptoms. If you are experiencing symptoms of hormone imbalance, natural hormones may relieve your symptoms, improving your health from the inside out.

Get your energy back and feel strong and vital once again. Improve your sex-drive, sleep better, lose weight, have more focused thinking, as well as clearer, younger-looking skin.

Hormone Imbalance symptoms

Hormonal imbalances can cause a wide range of symptoms that can vary depending on the specific hormone involved. Some of the most common symptoms of hormone imbalances include:

  • Fatigue

  • Weight gain or weight loss

  • Mood swings or irritability

  • Anxiety or depression

  • Insomnia or sleep disturbances

  • Decreased libido

  • Hot flashes or night sweats

  • Infertility

  • Irregular menstrual cycles or heavy bleeding

  • Acne or skin changes

  • Hair loss or thinning

Hormonal imbalances can be caused by a number of factors, including aging, stress, poor diet, illness, and exposure to toxins. Some medical conditions, such as thyroid disorders or polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), can also cause hormonal imbalances.

It is important to talk to your doctor if you are experiencing symptoms that you think may be related to a hormonal imbalance. Your doctor can perform tests to evaluate your hormone levels and help determine the underlying cause of your symptoms. Treatment options may include lifestyle changes, medication, or hormone replacement therapy, depending on the specific condition and its severity.

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