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Biodentical Hormone Replacement Therapy in Denver

Quiz for female hormone imbalance

Quiz for Female Hormone Imbalance

What Are Hormones? Before taking your quiz for female hormone imbalance, what are hormones? Hormones act as chemical “messengers” that allow different parts of the body to communicate and even increase or decrease different actions carried out by our glands and organs. Produced by the endocrine glands, these include the Thyroid, Testes, Uterus, and Pancreas,…
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Biote therapy helps men and women feel better and live healthier

How Much Does Biote Cost?

How much does Biote cost? Also, what is Biote therapy? Biote is the manufacturer of high-quality Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) pellet. Biote therapy is very similar in cost to other types of hormone replacement therapy.  Integrative Health and Rehabilitation in Denver, Colorado charges $355 for female pellets, which usually last for 4 to 6…
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denver woman with hot flashes

Treatment for Hot Flashes

Hot flashes aren’t a serious problem until you experience them for yourself. The best treatment for hot flashes, is arguably bio-identical hormone therapy being the best. Hot flashes can last from a few minutes to an hour or more. They are extremely uncomfortable and can affect the quality of your life. Even though hot flashes…
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5 Myths About Women and Testosterone

5 Myths About Women and Testosterone.  Testosterone is important for women’s health and is found in abundant amounts. Women’s testosterone levels can begin to decline as early as 20 years old and begins to drop even faster beginning around age 35. Optimizing testosterone levels can have many benefits for women’s health and is a very…
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Do women need testosterone supplementation?

Is Testosterone For Women Too?

Is Testosterone for women too? Studies show that higher testosterone levels in men have powerful anti-aging effects.  Men with low testosterone levels tend to have higher levels of body fat (aka “beer belly”) and less muscle mass. Low testosterone levels are also linked to heart attacks, Alzheimer’s, osteoporosis, and depression. While doctors recognize the benefits…
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