When the body’s hormonal system is compromised, problems large and small can be experienced.
When the body’s hormonal system is compromised, problems large and small can be experienced. Just soreness when getting out of bed could conceivably be a sign of a hormonal imbalance. This imbalance can be a sign of more serious issues as well.
Hormone Replacement for Men & Women
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In treating hormonal imbalances, there are a variety of commercially available hormone replacement therapies (HRTs). But as can be the case, not all patients can tolerate these therapies because of additional ingredients (e.g., gluten) that are present in those prescription drugs.
Health Dimensions Clinical Pharmacy, in conjunction with a patient’s doctor, can create customized hormonal therapies that don’t include unnecessary ingredients that can keep a patient from being able to tolerate the therapy.
Diseases of the thyroid include hyperthyroidism, goiter, thyroid cancer, thyroid nodules, thyroiditis, and Hashimoto’s disease. Health Dimensions Clinical Pharmacy creates bioidentical forms of thyroid replacement drugs. These formulations are customized for individual patients to take into account potential variations in hormone production by the thyroid.
Treating adrenal insufficiency can call for hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Health Dimensions Clinical Pharmacy, in partnership with prescribers, will customize that hormone treatment, often using bioidentical hormones that are plant-based solutions.
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Any prescription recommendations that result from the consultation must be authorized by a prescriber and will be sent to the prescriber of your choice.
Dosage Forms Commonly Used
- Oral (Capsules or sprays)
- Transdermal dosages.
Common Conditions Treated
There are a variety of conditions that impact health or quality of life. These conditions include:
- Thyroid disease
- Adrenal Insufficiency
- Hormone replacement
Compounded Medications Commonly Used
- Estriol vaginal gel (ultra low dose)1
- Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)
- Thyroid hormone