Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Definition

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy: This utilizes bioidentical hormones, which are derived from plant compounds to be identical to the hormones naturally produced in our body. Although there has not been a long-term clinical trial to evaluate their effectiveness, there is a large amount of information about their physiological role in the body, as well as many good independent studies that attest to their efficacy. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy has been found to help restore natural hormone balance, to promote a feeling of well-being, and to bring relief from the unwanted symptoms of menopause.

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