Hormone Balance


Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy

As men and women age, the levels of some key hormones in the body go down. These include estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. This can lead to certain symptoms that impact the quality of life. Some symptoms are very common to women who are near or past the age of menopause.

Common Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance

  • Difficulty sleeping at night
  • Lack of energy and fatigue during the day
  • Reduced mental focus, memory and poor concentration
  • Moody, anxious or depressed
  • Weight gain, including increased fat around the midsection
  • Inability to lose weight regardless of healthy diet and exercise
  • Decreased muscle strength
  • Muscle and/or joint pain
  • Reduced sexual desire and performance

At Rejuvenated Medical Spa, we offer bio-identical hormone replacement therapy to replace the hormones that have been lost. As a result, hormone levels will increase and symptoms will improve. Dr. Gentry’s focus is not simply on prescribing, but on combining the appropriate dosage and delivery method to balance a patient’s hormones. Each person is different, and their needs change over time. This is why Rejuvenated creates an individualized program designed for each patient. Bio-identical hormones are specifically compounded to identically match what your body once produced.

Can Hormone Replacement Therapy Help You?

You don’t have to suffer the difficult symptoms of hormone imbalance.

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Hormone Balance FAQ’s

What is BHRT?
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy is the use of hormones made from plant sources to identically match human hormones.
What hormones are used?

The most commonly used hormones for BHRT are testosterone, a form of estrogen, and progesterone. Testosterone is used in both men and women.

Do I have blood work done before each Treatment?
No, only initially and 4 weeks later to set your dosing and yearly. You may have it done again if there are significant changes.
What are the pellets made from?
They are made from wild yams. Yams have the highest concentration of hormones of any substance. There are no known allergens associated with yams. The pellets are derived from yams and are all natural and bio-identical, meaning they are the exact replication of what the body makes.
How long will the Treatment last?
Every 3-5 months depending on the person. Everyone is different, so it depends on how you feel and what Dr Gentry. determines is right for you. If you are extremely active, under a lot of stress, your treatment may not last as long. Absorption rate is based on cardiac output.
Is the therapy FDA approved?
The ingredients in the pellets are all FDA approved. The distribution of the pellet is FDA regulated.
How is it administered?
The small hormone pellets are slipped painlessly under the skin, typically in the hip. A mild, local anesthetic is used and the procedure takes less than five minutes.
Does it matter if I’m on birth control?
The doctor will determine what your hormone needs are, even if you are on birth control.
Are there any side effects?
Side effects for women and men are rare. In women, transient breast tenderness lasting 7-10 days may occur with the first insertion. There may be some hair growth or acne in moderation from occurrences from testosterone therapy. Men side effects may include decreased sperm count, decreased testicular mass and possible prostate enlargement. These side effects occur much more frequently with the use of synthetic hormone replacement therapy.
What if I’m already on HRT of some sort like creams, patches, pills?
This is an easy transition. The physician will be able to determine your needs even though you may be currently taking these other forms of HRT.
What if I’ve had breast cancer?
Breast cancer survivors and/ or those who have a history of breast cancer in their family may still be a candidate; however, this is to be determined by the physician. You should schedule a consultation with a physician.

Request a consultation using the online form, or call our office at 479-335-5777 to schedule an appointment.