Menopause and transitioning into menopause
is a distinctive transformation in a woman’s life.
We recognize and respect this time and are fully attentive and trained for your needs.
Some women find joy and relief having arrived at the completion of their menstrual cycles.
Still others find this to be a trying new season of hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, painful intercourse and sleepless nights.
We are happy to help you in this transition, assessing your individual needs, risks and expectations.
These are issues that we take very seriously, and we have the expertise to walk this journey with you, finding a solution that works for you.
Germs— they’re everywhere! Whether you’re burrowed in the your cubicle or walking barefoot on the beach, you’re constantly, innocently bombarded by germs. It’s not all bad news, though. The choices we make day to day can go a long way in helping the body fight germs by arming ourselves with a powerful secret weapon—the immune …
Scottsdale SIBO and Leaky Gut Experts!
We covered decreasing your estrogen in part 1 and part 2, but increasing your progesterone is also a way to improve your progesterone to estrogen ratio. In fact, as we have discussed, it is the most common way practitioners choose to alter the ratio.
With progesterone hormone replacement, women often see significant improvement within the first few weeks to months! But what I have found is that simply adding hormones seems to backfire over time. Sometimes its 6 months, sometimes its 2 years, but most women seem to re-develop symptoms that don’t resolve by altering their dosages in their hormone prescription and they end up back where they started.