After you reach a certain age, your hormones start to betray you. The consequences may seem small or they may happen all at once. For example, you may start to notice that your hair is falling out and thinning far more dramatically. Understandably, this might cause some concern. Usually, it’s just a result of your body limiting the number of hormones in your body. For women, the production of estrogen is halted or decreased. For men, it’s testosterone. For both men and women, thin and a loss of hair is common. However, it is possible to have hair restoration with the use of hormone pellets. This article will explain how.
Suffering from a Hormone Imbalance?
Before you jump to the conclusion that the problem you’re facing stems from your hormones, it’s important to know what a hormone imbalance looks like. While a hormone imbalance can occur at any point in your life, it’s more usual for it to occur around middle-age. Puberty may have been unpleasant but it did give you nice skin and a full set of hair. Menopause and andropause seek to do the opposite. A hormone imbalance typically has more than just one side effect. You may notice that your hair is thinning out but do you have these other common symptoms?
A decrease in your sex drive is common for both men and women. For women, you may also experience vaginal drying and weight gain. Men might experience difficulty with sexual arousal as well. It isn’t uncommon for men to gain weight and lose muscle, too. Other common problems that stem from a hormone imbalance is an increase in aggression, depression, and difficulty in sleeping. Women may experience hot flashes while men may experience a total drop in energy.
If you notice that these other changes are occurring in your body, then it’s likely that you’re experiencing a hormone balance.
For many men and women, losing their hair can be a cause for embarrassment. Everyone typically loves having a head full of thick and vibrant hair. Because a hormone imbalance can cause your hair cells to stop producing hair, the obvious fix would be to correct the imbalance. That’s exactly what hormone pellets seek to do. Your dose will have to be determined by our doctor. You’ll have a sample of blood drawn to determine the levels of your hormones.
Once this process is complete, the hormone pellet can be inserted. In so doing, your body will correct the imbalance. A lot of those side effects that stem from menopause and andropause will be halted if not avoided entirely. Hair restoration is possible with hormone pellets at Scottsdale Center for Women’s Health in Scottsdale, AZ. Contact us today to schedule your consultation!