Hormone Replacement Therapy

What Is It?
Hormone Testosterone Replacement Pellet Therapy Tired? Irritable? Low on Energy? Loss of Sex Drive? Dry Skin? Depressed? TrimCare Hormone Testosterone Replacement Pellet Therapy can help you get your life life back in the following ways: Physically: Overcoming the symptoms associated with hormonal imbalance and insufficiencies are the the first priority. These problems are typically physical in nature and most can be remedied through the use of hormone testosterone pellet therapy. Mentally: You no longer have to live with the fuzzy thinking and poor memory! Testosterone Pellet therapy helps restore the sharpness you once possessed. Emotionally: You no longer have to ride the emotional roller coaster caused by hormonal imbalance or insufficiencies. Pellet therapy creates greater emotional stability, calmness, enthusiasm and an elevated sex drive.

Why Do You Need it?
Why do women and men need hormone replacement? TrimCare’s Hormone Testosterone Replacement Pellet Therapy (HRPT) is a system of medical treatment for surgically menopausal, peri-menopausal and post menopausal women. It is based on the idea that the treatment may prevent discomfort caused by diminished circulating estrogen, testosterone and progesterone hormones. Estrogen is a woman’s most important hormone. Without hormone replacement therapy in the early stages of ovarian failure, osteoporosis, heart disease, colon cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, tooth loss, impaired vision, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes. The longer a woman is without protection of her own estrogen, the greater the risk for serious health consequences of these conditions. however, after three years of estrogen deprivation, replacement may not prevent and may actually increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. These are estrogen receptors in a variety of organs throughout the body and brain. That’s why hormonal imbalance produces different symptoms such as a loss of skin elasticity, bone shrinkage, mood and cognitive decline. On the other hand, when estrogen levels rise as they do in the first week of menses, their overall effect is to increase the amount of serotonin available in the spaces between the brain’s nerve cells, which improves mood. Within the brain, estrogen may in fact act as a natural antidepressant and mood stabilizer. It is therefore essential that a woman suffering from premature ovary failure or surgical menopause receive treatment from a HRT physician who both understands the many ramifications of the disease and is willing and able to meet her endocrine and emotional needs.