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Phoenix, AZ 85013

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BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY

Do you have any of the following symptoms of Hormone Imbalance?

  • Hot Flashes

  • Night Sweats

  • Mood Swings

  • Low Libido

  • Foggy Thinking

  • Memory Lapses

  • Vaginal Dryness

  • Irregular Period

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Headaches

  • Bone Loss

  • Water Retention

  • Weight Gain

  • Hair Loss

  • Prolonged Fatigue

Why is bio-identical hormone replacement (BHRT) not well known? No one can patent anything that is made by animals, plants, or our bodies. Pharmaceutical manufacturers do not market natural products because there is no financial incentive for them. Just because large drug companies do not market natural products, does not mean that they are unsafe or ineffective. Why use synthetic hormones, when you can you BHRT!


Bio-Identical Hormone Consultations
Bio-identical Hormone consultations are available from our hormone specialty pharmacist. A custom dosage can be recommended to your physician for a prescription, based on your symptoms, and then created in our compounding lab just for you.

Bio-identical Hormone Consultations are: $115 plus 2 free follow-up’s

Bioidentical Hormone Consultation Forms

Compounded Dosage Forms Available:

  • Creams or Gels

  • Lozenges

  • Oral Capsules

  • Sublingual Drops

  • Vaginal Creams

  • Suppositories

Recommended Reading: (Available in our pharmacy)

  • A Woman’s Guide to Natural Hormones, Christine Conrad

  • Natural Hormone Balance for Women, Uzzi Reiss

  • Safe Estrogen, Edward Conley MD

  • What your Dr May Not Tell You About Menopause, John Lee MD

What is Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Hormone replacement therapy typically is treated with synthetic hormones.