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Dr. Sherman uses the BioTE Method to provide bio-identical hormone subcutaneous pellet therapy to help balance hormones in both women and men.
One of the important regulatory systems embedded in your body's apparatus is your hormones. They act as messengers, designed to interact with specific target cells and organs and provoke a change or result. As we age, hormone production changes, and hormonal imbalance can occur as a result. Unbalanced hormones can have a variety of side effects and symptoms
Dr. Sherman is a Certified BioTE Hormone Replacement Provider.
We are here to help men who are experiencing symptoms of hormonal imbalance. Below you can learn more about the signs and symptoms of male hormone imbalance and how to face it head on.
Hormone imbalance in women often occurs without them knowing why. The symptoms can range from subtle to debilitating. Often the symptoms are masked with different prescription pills prescribed for anxiety, depression, insomnia, weight gain, and more. This is due to your hormone levels not being checked as normal hormones are not optimized hormones. Good news though, BioTE® Medical is here to help.
BioTE® Hormone Pellet Therapy is plant based and uses no synthetic hormones. Learn more about the pellet therapy process.
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Some of the emotional symptoms of hormone imbalance in women include fatigue severe enough to be debilitating, foggy thinking, excessive intolerance to exercise, lethargic depression and anxious depression.
Some of the physical symptoms of hormone imbalance in women can include things like acne, thinning hair, excessive hair on face and arms, thin/dry skin, brown spots on face, unstable blood sugar, and low blood pressure.
There are many reproductive symptoms of hormone imbalance in women that indicate dysregulated sex hormones. The reproductive symptoms of hormone imbalance in women can include painful or severe menstruation, debilitating PMS, tender breasts, breast enlargement, painful intercourse, mid-cycle pain, low sex drive, ovarian cysts, miscarriages or infertility.
Hormonal imbalance can occur at any point in your life. It can also be the only state of existence you have ever known. Male hormone imbalance can be brought on by stress, an acute injury or illness, poor nutrition, inadequate exercise and a host of other factors. These glands make up the endocrine system and they are involved in an intricate balance amongst themselves. Within one gland at one juncture can set things awry throughout the male body with difficult to diagnose symptoms. Low testosterone can set things arise within your body. Just because you have been told your hormones are normal, that does not mean they are optimized.
The symptoms of hormone imbalance are vague and often misdiagnosed and ignored. The only way to know is by getting your hormone checked by a blood test. This can be done in office through saliva testing, blood testing, blood serum testing or urine testing
The most common symptoms of hormonal imbalance in men are often disregarded until they impact quality of life so severely that treatment is aggressively sought out. Some of the symptoms of hormone imbalance in men include: