How BHRT can help Beaverton women through menopause
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, also referred to as BHRT, is a treatment plan that can be developed by a quality physician to help women who are struggling with the changes that occur during menopause. Hormones can change dramatically during this time and can cause women to experience a number of problems including gastrointestinal issues, weight gain, hot flashes, insomnia, and other problems, which can keep patients from feeling their best every day. Women in the Beaverton area who are interested in learning about BHRT are encouraged to contact Dr. Adam Maddox of Thrive.
Thrive works with patients to help them improve their body and their health. We provide services such as dermatological treatments for the hair, skin, and body, as well as other procedures such as tattoo removal, hormone therapy, and surgery. BHRT is one of the focuses in our practice, as we want to work with men and women to help them through times in their lives such as menopause and andropause.
Menopause can cause chemical changes to the body through the hormones. Mood swings, memory loss, and changes in one’s libido may be experienced due to an imbalance of hormones. Dr. Adam Maddox wants to work with women to balance their hormones to provide them with the assistance they need to look and feel their best during this change.
Before menopause begins, and during the premenopausal stages, women are encouraged to take note of the changes happening in the way they look and feel. These women are welcome to consult with Dr. Adam Maddox to learn about ways to control these changes and keep them from negatively affecting their quality of life. When consulting an age management team such as the one at Thrive, patients may need to undergo hormone testing to determine what is necessary to restore balance. Patients are encouraged to speak with a professional about taking supplements, vitamins, and making other dramatic changes in their lifestyle during this time in an attempt to address their new and bothersome symptoms.Back to Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Page