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Hormone Replacement Therapy Initial Office Visit

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What is Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Hormone replacement therapy is a type of therapy involving medicines containing female hormones. When women approach menopause, they often do not produce enough estrogen or progesterone. This can cause a lot of medical issues. Hormone replacement therapy are also recommended for people who are undergoing a sex change as it allows the body to make a smoother transition to the other gender. Artificial boosting of the sex hormones estrogen and progesterone can be beneficial for many women.

Why is it Used?

The alternative to hormone replacement therapy in women dealing with the side effects of perimenopause is simply to treat the side effects as they occur. In most circumstances, physicians only prescribe hormone replacement therapy because there are no other treatment options. Hormone replacement therapy, which is available in different forms depending on physician and patient preference, is designed to alleviate symptoms during and post menopause as well as to treat other side effects of low female hormone production.

What Conditions Does it Treat?

Hormone replacement therapy is most often used in women who are not producing enough progesterone or estrogen on their own. There are many side effects of having low estrogen and progesterone such as night sweats, vaginal dryness, thinning hair, moodiness, hot flashes, concentration difficulties and sleep issues. Prescribing hormone replacement therapy can benefit women in a variety of ways at least until they reach the end of the perimenopause process naturally.