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WOMEN BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy replenishes the hormones that your body require to function properly. At Foreviva Medical Clinique, we will fully assess your individual needs with complete all-inclusive examination and labs. We will reinstate these hormones through an individually customised medical plan.
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MEN BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT FOR MEN

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy is not just for women. Men on the average lose 1% of their testosterone on yearly basis. This results in "male menopause" mainly known as Andropause. The effects of low testosterone levels include decreased muscle mass and bone density, insulin resistance, irritability and feelings of depression. At Foreviva Medical Clinique, we will fully assess your individual needs with complete all-inclusive examination and labs.
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WOMEN BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy replenishes the hormones that your body require to function properly. At Foreviva Medical Clinique, we will fully assess your individual needs with complete all-inclusive examination and labs. We will reinstate these hormones through an individually customised medical plan. Our team then monitors your process over several months to insure best possible response and balancing result.

Bio-Identical Hormone Imbalance Symptoms

  • Low energy level
  • Low libido
  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Memory loss
  • Weight gain
  • Mood swings

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy Services

  • An all-inclusive medical history review
  • Labs to include, urine and blood analysis
  • Natural Hormone balancing
  • Ongoing evaluations
  • High quality compounded pharmacy
  • High quality supplements
  • Stress management plans
  • Nutrition and fitness planning

Female Handbook

(Summary from Dr. Mark Gordon's Book: Interventional Endocrinology)

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MEN BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT FOR MEN

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy is not just for women. Men on the average lose 1% of their testosterone on yearly basis. This results in "male menopause" mainly known as Andropause. The effects of low testosterone levels include decreased muscle mass and bone density, insulin resistance, irritability and feelings of depression. At Foreviva Medical Clinique, we will fully assess your individual needs with complete all-inclusive examination and labs. We will reinstate these hormones through an individually customised medical plan. Our team then monitors your process over several months to insure best possible response and balancing result.

Bio-Identical Hormone Imbalance Symptoms

  • Low energy level
  • Low libido
  • Hot flashes in Men
  • Night sweats in Men
  • Memory loss
  • Weight gain
  • Irritability
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Hair Loss
  • Sleep Apnoea

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy Services

  • An all-inclusive medical history review
  • Labs to include, urine and blood analysis
  • Natural Hormone balancing
  • Ongoing evaluations
  • High quality compounded pharmacy
  • High quality supplements
  • Stress management plans
  • Nutrition and fitness planning
If you would like to learn more about the benefits of our Hormone Therapy Plan for Men, please contact us for a consultation.

Testosterone and Depression

Postmenopausal depression and cognitive dysfunction in older women have received much attention.

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The use of Sermorelin and GHRP's for Somatopause

Mitchell J. Ghen, D.O. PhD
It well known that somatotrophin or human growth hormone (hGH) secretion declines significantly in healthy individuals during aging contributing to increased central obesity, reduced muscle mass and bone mineral content, as well as to decay of psychological perception of well being (Rosen et al, 1993). This age-associated deficiency is sometimes called the somatopause. By causing maladaptive changes in body composition and metabolism, progressive hGH insufficiency also increases the risk for development of intrinsic diseases of aging that are the common cause of death after the age of 50 years. However, expanding knowledge of neuroendocrine function and how it may be modulated with pharmacological agents brings enthusiastic support for the use of such molecules to prolong health and vitality in the elderly. Heretofore, recombinant hormone growth hormone was used to replace declining concentrations of the naturally occurring molecule. While this approach was effective in reversing certain somatic and metabolic deficiencies associated with the somatopause, it lacked the ability to simulate naturally occurring profiles of hGH secretion that are an essential part of its action, and the pharmacological approach brought with it the possibility of side effects and abuse. Thus, more effective and desirable methods for opposing effects of the somatopause would be to restore waning functions within the neuroendocrine system by specifically targeting the pituitary gland. This holistic approach would not only meet the objective of reversing age-related growth hormone insufficiency, but would avoid the undersirable effects previously mentioned since feedback relationships would prevent excessive release of the hormone.

Ghorhelin for Somatopause

It well known that somatotrophin or human growth hormone (hGH) secretion declines significantly in healthy individuals during aging contributing to increased central obesity, reduced muscle mass and bone mineral content, as well as to decay of psychological perception of well being (Rosen et al, 1993). This age-associated deficiency is sometimes called the somatopause.

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Resources

DHEA de•hydro•epi•an•dros•ter•one

This is the most abundant hormone in the body, and it is also a precursor hormone, which is a substance from which other important hormones are produced.

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What Every Women with Breast Cancer Must Know

Can you believe that the American Cancer Society's CA Journal authored by Harvard professorswants to rename DCIS, ductal carcinoma in situ to DIN (ductal intraepithelial neoplasia).

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Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement: risks you should know and how to reduce them

I've been writing about the benefits of bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) for years. Not only does BHRT help alleviate the symptoms associated with menopause (and the male version of hormone decline, called andropause), but it also offers many other significant health benefits as well.

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