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Hormone Therapy

Hormone Replacement Therapy, commonly known as HRT, is a medical treatment designed to restore hormonal balance in the body by supplementing or replacing hormones that have become deficient due to natural aging, medical conditions, or surgical procedures. Hormones are essential chemical messengers that regulate numerous bodily functions, and HRT is used to alleviate symptoms associated with hormone imbalances, primarily in women experiencing menopause or individuals with hormone-related medical conditions. 

What is Hormone Therapy

Who needs it?

Hormone therapy is primarily used to address hormone deficiency-related symptoms and can help improve reproduction, metabolism, bone health, and mood. 


Symptom Relief

It can effectively alleviate the physical and emotional symptoms associated with hormonal imbalances.

Improved Quality of Life

Many individuals experience a significant improvement in their overall well-being and quality of life with HRT.

Preventive Effects

HRT can reduce the risk of certain health conditions, such as osteoporosis, in postmenopausal women.

Gender Affirmation

For transgender individuals, HRT plays a crucial role in aligning physical characteristics with gender identity.

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