Potential Benefits of BHRT for Perimenopause
Menopause has three separate stages (perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause), which are brought on during aging by decreasing hormone levels. Even the most common menopausal symptoms can prove difficult to manage for many women, and that’s where Biote’s Method of perimenopause therapy for women comes in. Our Method of hormone replacement therapy has helped numerous women receive relief from the symptoms of perimenopause and return to a healthy life—because Biote Certified Providers focus on the root of the problem, a hormone imbalance, rather than only addressing the symptoms.
What Is Perimenopause?
Perimenopause refers to the first stage of menopause. The symptoms of this include changes in the menstrual cycle, an increase in urinary tract infections (UTIs), difficulty with incontinence, low mood or mood swings, and decreased libido. While undergoing perimenopause, women can also potentially experience their hair becoming brittle, skin thinning, and a weakening of bone density. Perimenopause therapy has helped many women address these symptoms. If patients are searching for perimenopause support, consider the Biote Method of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.
What Are the Signs of Perimenopause?
The onset of menopause has many associated symptoms. Some sufferers of menopause report symptoms that include reduction of the menstrual cycle, hot flashes or flushes, trouble sleeping, discomfort with intercourse, and incontinence. Biote’s Method of hormone replacement therapy may provide relief from these symptoms.
What Are the Perimenopause Relief Options?
One may reduce the severity of their perimenopause symptoms by exercising daily, ensuring they receive proper nutrition, getting as much rest as possible, and improving their bedtime routine. Biote’s approach to perimenopause therapy for women may provide relief for these symptoms if that isn’t enough.
How Can BHRT Help With Perimenopause?
The Biote Method of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, or BHRT, uses pellets. Roughly the size of a single grain of rice, it is administered subcutaneously under the skin. Women whose perimenopause symptoms are not being properly alleviated with self-directed treatment may benefit from the Biote Method, in which hormone pellets release hormones throughout the body.