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While hormonal shifts are a standard aspect of the aging process, comfort through these transitions isn’t guaranteed. Fortunately, you don’t have to navigate them alone – we’re here to offer support and guidance.

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Hormonal changes occur in both men and women as an inherent aspect of the aging process

As individuals progress through different stages of life, hormonal changes are a universal and inevitable aspect of aging that affect both men and women, albeit in distinct ways. In women, these changes are most prominently observed during menopause, when there is a significant decrease in estrogen and progesterone levels, leading to various symptoms like hot flashes, mood swings, and altered metabolism. Men experience a more gradual hormonal shift, often referred to as andropause, characterized by a gradual decrease in testosterone levels, which can manifest as fatigue, changes in mood, reduced libido, and other physical transformations. These hormonal fluctuations can play a considerable role in altering body composition, emotional well-being, and overall health. While these changes are natural, they often necessitate lifestyle adjustments and sometimes medical interventions to manage their effects and maintain quality of life.

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Hormones are intricate, and this complexity is particularly evident when addressing women’s health. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for women isn’t as cut-and-dried as it often is for men, underscoring the importance of individualized care and expertise. Each woman’s hormonal blueprint is distinct, making personalized treatment crucial. Symptoms of hormonal imbalance might stem from deficiencies or excesses in one or multiple hormones, influenced further by everyday stress and environmental toxins.

Our seasoned medical professionals approach each case with empathy and a comprehensive analytical lens. They meticulously assess a spectrum of factors to tailor the most effective treatment strategy. This encompasses:

  • Balancing estrogen (estradiol) and progesterone levels,
  • Evaluating both free and total testosterone levels,
  • Checking human growth hormone (HGH) levels,
  • Measuring DHEA-S hormone,
  • Assessing cortisol rhythms,
  • Analyzing thyroid function,
  • Documenting specific symptoms,
  • Considering lifestyle habits,
  • Reviewing health history.

Through this thorough approach, we aim to craft a personalized HRT plan that supports each woman’s unique hormonal needs.

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Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men

Hormonal imbalances in MEN can significantly disrupt everyday life, with effects that range from diminished sexual drive to cognitive difficulties and challenges with sleep. Over time, these imbalances can lead to more serious concerns, such as weakened musculature, fragile bones, and compromised cardiovascular health. Importantly, there is no one-size-fits-all measure for hormone levels; they must be individually tailored to what’s best for each person.

When discussing “normal” versus “optimal” hormone levels, particularly testosterone in men, there’s a critical distinction to be made. Many men may have testosterone levels that fall within the “normal” range but are not necessarily “optimal” for their individual health and wellbeing. Optimal levels are those at which a man feels his most vigorous and vital—energized for daily activities and exercise, maintaining muscle mass effortlessly, and enjoying a robust sex drive.

Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women

Individuality is paramount when it comes to understanding the hormonal landscape of each woman. Symptoms may not simply arise from a deficiency in a single hormone; they could be due to low levels of multiple hormones or even the subtle nuances of hormonal imbalances. Everyday stressors and environmental toxins also play a role in altering hormone levels.

With a blend of empathy and expertise, our medical professionals conduct thorough evaluations that account for a wide array of variables. They examine the intricate interplay of hormones such as estrogen (estradiol) and progesterone, free and total testosterone, human growth hormone (HGH), DHEA-S, and cortisol. Additionally, they consider thyroid function, a comprehensive list of symptoms, lifestyle choices, and the entire health history of the individual.

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At ManUp, we run bloodwork and conduct a thorough evaluation and history, then take the care and time necessary to create a treatment plan that will work for you.

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