Stages of Menopause

Women are born with a finite amount of eggs stored in their ovaries. Ovaries are responsible for both storing the eggs and producing hormones such as estrogen and progesterone, which help control and regulate ovulation and menstruation. When the ovaries stop releasing an egg every month, menopause arises. Menopause marks the end of a woman’s

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What is Bioidentical Hormone Therapy?

Hormones in your body control and regulate a majority of your bodily functions such as digestion, growth, mood, libido, and immune function. If your hormone levels become out of balance, you may notice negative changes to your overall health and bodily functions. Hormone replacement therapies are a common treatment method for hormone imbalances. Bioidentical hormone

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