Webinar: Intro to BHRT for Women
Hormone Imbalance and Female Health
Navigating the complexity of female hormones is challenging and can create unpleasant symptoms which can affect the woman, as well as her physical and emotional connection with her partner.
The good news is that it’s NOT something you “just have to deal with.” There are solutions.
Watch the webinar below for a discussion about the fundamentals of BHRT and what you need to know when assessing your symptoms and potential or current treatment plans.
This webinar answers questions like:
- When should HRT be prescribed and what benefits can women expect?
- What are the common symptoms and what can be done to mitigate them?
- What does BHRT or bioidentical hormone replacement therapy mean? How is it different from the early forms of hormone replacement?
- What tests should women have to get a complete picture of their health?
- What other health conditions can mimic hormonal symptoms?
- What can women do to manage common sexual symptoms such as dryness, pain and/or decreased libido.
If these issues sound like you or your partner, watch the webinar below and share the link with the women in your life who want to get their zest for life back.
Hormone Therapy with Defy Medical
Defy Medical is a concierge clinic with over ten years of experience specializing in hormone restoration, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, and other integrative wellness therapies.
Initial telemedicine consultations are scheduled for up to one hour. This allows you ample time to discuss your wellness concerns and goals at length with a knowledgeable medical professional for a comprehensive assessment, or as a second opinion.
It’s easy to get started or transfer care with Defy Medical.Get Started
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