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Tuesday, August 04, 2009
Ever wonder why traditional doctors don’t prescribe bioidentical hormones

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Tuesday, August 04, 2009
Hormone fluctuations mixed with day-to-day stress can lead to depression. Beating the blues might be as simple as balancing your hormone levels. When someone who is suffering from the toxic effects of stress also experiences the added whammy of hormonal instability, depression can be the unexpected result.   Many people have been programmed to immediately ask their physicians about antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications without considering other options.

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http://bioidenticalhormoneexperts.com/2009/07/16/bioidentical-hormones-and-depression/
Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Hot Flashes and Hormones; What Causes Hot Flashes?

One of the most recognizable symptoms of menopause are hot flashes. Much like every other menopausal symptom they are caused by a hormone imbalance in the body. Additionally, environmental, medicinal and nutritional aspects may also contribute to their frequency and strength.

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http://bioidenticalhormoneexperts.com/2009/07/22/bioidentical-hormones-helped-me-get-rid-of-my-hot-flashes/

Tuesday, August 04, 2009
Breast lumpiness is a natural part of a women’s body. However, there are some women who suffer from fibrocystic breast condition, a condition where the breasts are more textured and women experience breast pain, tenderness, and discomfort. Cysts occur in the breast during the menstrual cycle in which the milk-producing glands enlarge. Sometimes the cyst moves around the breast because they are not connected to the underlying breast tissues. There are also some that are accompanied by thick tissue nearby and therefore are not as mobile.

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http://bioidenticalhormoneexperts.com/2009/07/28/bioidenticals-may-help-fibrocystic-breasts/
Friday, July 10, 2009
Where do bioidentical hormones come from? Are they safe? Are the doses accurate? How do I know what I am getting?

Suffering from the symptoms of hormonal imbalance can be debilitating. Once a BodyLogicMD patient is properly diagnosed using comprehensive blood, saliva, symptoms and medical history- a customized hormone therapy plan is designed based on individual needs. This customized plan typically includes bioidentical hormones (directed to a qualified compounding pharmacy) integrated with a nutrition and fitness plan.

“We employ a great deal of criteria and screening before referring a patient to a compounding pharmacy,” said Patrick Savage, BodyLogicMD President. “All compounding pharmacies are not the same, and we only recommend pharmacies that are experienced, reliable, reputable, and cost effective for our patients.”

With an estimated 3,000 compounding pharmacies, filling 30 million prescriptions a year in the United States, consumers have a wide range of choices. The decision in choosing a compounding pharmacy should not be based on proximity, but on industry reputation.

“The key to successful bioidentical hormone therapy is that it is individualized to each patient’s symptoms and needs,” said Steve Russell, founder of Medaus, one of the largest compounding pharmacies in the nation. “There are not general rules of one-size-fits-all but based on the experience and knowledge of the pharmacist. A qualified compounding pharmacy needs to have the best products- that are tested- with the most knowledgeable pharmacists and a staff that provides superior customer service.”

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http://bioidenticalhormoneexperts.com/2009/07/05/bioidentical-hormone-therapy-getting-customized-prescriptions-compounding-pharmacies/
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