Bioidentical Hormones
curious

United States

#1 Jun 6, 2011
What is bioidentical hormones? I heard a lady talking about it, but idk what it is??
Underdunk

Ozark, MO

#2 Jun 6, 2011
curious wrote:
What is bioidentical hormones? I heard a lady talking about it, but idk what it is??
Since you have internet access there's this thing called Google. It's amazing you type in your question and it gives you thousands of sources to answer your question. I wish I thought of it.
curious

United States

#3 Jun 6, 2011
As always, a dumb as$ to the rescue! I wanted feedback from females that know about it, and/or use it.
Underdunk

Ozark, MO

#4 Jun 6, 2011
curious wrote:
As always, a dumb as$ to the rescue! I wanted feedback from females that know about it, and/or use it.
Look it up lazy...
curious

United States

#5 Jun 6, 2011
My mistake for asking a real question, and expecting serious feedback. I mistook this for a place you could have conversations about things, but after reading these other posts I see I made a really bad choice.
Laurel

Rowland Heights, CA

#6 Jun 8, 2011
Curious - check out Virginia Hopkins Health Watch - she writes a lot about bioidentical hormones!
James Rogers

United States

#7 Jul 7, 2011
Hello curious,
I saw your post on Bioidentical Hormones and noticed you only had one good answer and thought I'd help you out.
The interest in a more effective approach to hormone therapy has focused attention on bioidentical hormones (rather than synthetic which have been linked to many health problems). Bioidentical Hormones are hormones that are identical in molecular structure to the hormones women and men make in their bodies. This is used to replenish the hormones that your body needs to function and thrive if and when they are out of balance. Hormonal issues and weight loss issues in women can be caused by estrogen dominance, an underactive thyroid, tubals (to prevent pregnancies), ablations, hysterectomies, birth control devices or surgeries, perimenopausal difficulties, menopause, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), anti-depressants, and the use of synthetic hormones. In men, low levels of testosterone, DHEA, thyroid, HGH, or any one of these can contribute to weight gain, storage of fat, loss of muscle, low energy, poor sleep and andropause. The correction of these deficiencies or imbalances play an essential role in permanent weight loss. If you're curious about getting treatment, than I suggest that you find a hormone doctor to talk to, it's pretty easy, just go to this directory and you can search for doctors by zipcode and state.

http://www.bioidenticalhormonedoctors.com
EmmaCay

South Jordan, UT

#8 Feb 25, 2013
I think you have asked a great question. I didn't know what bioidentical hormones in Phoenix were and now I do. It sounds like and new and interesting therapy method. I might just have to give it a go. http://www.pottershouserx.com/our_pharmacists...

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