BHRT for Women

Bioidentical Hormone
Therapy helps relieve the symptoms of Menopause

 Bioidentical Hormone Therapy for Women

Symptoms Treated

BHRT can treat a number of conditions that are linked with hormonal imbalances

Conditions Treated with Bioidentical Hormones

HRT for Men

Hormone Therapy helps men who are suffering from hormonal decline

Bioidentical Hormone Therapy for Men (Male Menopause)

Call Dallas Bioidentical Hormone Clinic, Executive Medicine of Texas directly at 800.775.4902 Ext. 228 to schedule your Bioidentical HRT Consultation.

Dallas Bioidentical Hormone Doctor – Executive Medicine of Texas

Mark Anderson M.D. of Executive Medicine of Texas, has helped numerous patients to find relief from hormonal decline in Tarrant County and Southlake, Texas. Hormones affect everything a person does and feels, and they are messengers that regulate the body’s activity. As aging occurs, important hormones can become deficient; however, bioidentical hormones can supplement deficient hormones such as, Estrogen, Testosterone, Progesterone, DHEA, Cortisol, and Thyroid Hormone. Men and women may present with a variety of symptoms when their hormones are imbalanced, and symptoms such as depression, hot flashes, insomnia, sexual dysfunction, fatigue, decreased libido, muscle atrophy, dizziness, forgetfulness, irritability, night sweats, and anxiety can occur as hormones decline.

Executive Medicine of Texas is a world leader in preventative and proactive medicine. We believe that everyone deserves individual and personalized service and a wellness plan that is customized to their needs. While BioTe bioidentical pellet therapy is our most popular option, we also offer bio-identical creams as an alternative. All hormone therapy is carefully monitored for symptom changes and laboratory changes so that patients get exactly the dose they need.
Bioidentical Hormone replacement therapy uses hormones that are identical in chemical and molecular function to the hormones produced in the human body, and Dallas Bioidentical Hormone Doctor, Mark Anderson M.D. has helped numerous individuals supplement declining hormones to regain health. Some of the hormones that can be replenished with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy include testosterone, progesterone, estrogen, cortisol, DHEA, and Thyroid Hormone.

Bioidentical Hormones & Sex Hormone Decline

Sex hormones usually decline with aging, and hormones such as testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone can be replaced with bioidentical hormones. Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone, and it is important for both men’s and women’s health. In both men and women, it helps to maintain libido, muscle mass, bone density, energy, and sexual function. When testosterone becomes deficient, men and women can have lower libido, gain weight, feel tired, and experience muscle atrophy.

Estrogen is one of the two primary female sex hormones, and a lack of estrogen can reduce collagen production, which can lead to wrinkling skin, and dullness in the hair and nails. When estrogen levels are low, women may experience weight gain, night sweats, vaginal dryness, hot flashes, reduced cognition, sleeping disorders, low libido, and fatigue.

Progesterone is the counterpart to estrogen, and it helps to balance estrogen in order to prevent estrogen dominance. If the progesterone to estrogen ratio is out of synch, progesterone cannot balance the actions of estrogen, which can increase the risks of fibrocystic breast disease, breast or uterine cancer, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. Progesterone also helps to regulate the menstrual cycle, and a lack of progesterone can cause infertility, irregular periods, heavy periods, anovulation, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, bloating, water retention, and severe PMS symptoms. A qualified Dallas Bioidentical Hormone Doctor can help patients to balance their hormones and reduce symptoms.

For Women

The female body starts to change as early as age 30. Finding an adequate balance of hormones is the best way to stay young looking and feeling. Executive Medicine of Texas is able to do a full assessment of your hormonal levels and make recommendations accordingly. Our two-visit assessment includes nineteen laboratory tests, physician assessment, mammogram and recommendations. Schedule your assessment today and start feeling better tomorrow.

For Men

Testosterone is a vital part of male health. Testosterone and other important hormones are responsible for mental clarity, muscle building, energy, a healthy sex drive, and much more. Executive Medicine of Texas assesses male hormones and health through twenty laboratory tests and a physician assessment. Then you receive personal recommendations. Schedule your hormone assessment today and start feeling better tomorrow.

Hormonal imbalances can severely affect the quality of life and overall health of men and women. The resulting negative symptoms, discomfort, and illness impact a patient’s social, personal, and work life. These imbalances can be treated and corrected with Southlake, Texas Bioidentical hormones resulting in a more vibrant and healthy life.

Executive Medicine of Texas Vision & Mission Statement

The physicians’ dedication to corporate wellness and executive health is what brings people from all over the globe to Executive Medicine of Texas. From our executive physical packages to our bio-identical hormone replacement programs, the goal is always to keep patients healthy and vibrant. We promise to make you feel right at home as we partner with you in your health goals. If you are ready to get your life and your health back, there’s no better place to start than Executive Medicine of Texas.

Philosophy at Executive Medicine of Texas

Hormones therapy is not one size fits all. Each patient’s dose depends on symptoms and laboratory results. Bio-identical hormones allow us to restore a patient’s balance naturally giving them more energy, mental clarity, increase libido, and improved overall health

Questions? Please call Dallas Bioidentical Hormone Clinic Executive Medicine of Texas directly at 800-775-4902 Ext. 228 to schedule your consultation, discuss your symptoms and decide on a course of treatment for your specific needs.