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Bioidentical Hormones Weight
Bioidentical Hormones and Body Weight

There is a variety of reasons to receive bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). There are those who seek BHRT for uncomfortable menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats. Others look for relief from the effects of hormonal imbalance – sluggishness, fatigue, and lack of motivation.

Very often the symptoms of hormonal deficiency and imbalance go hand in hand with another major issue: body weight. Therefore, it is only natural to wonder:

Will BHRT make me gain weight? Or will it do the opposite, and once my hormones are balanced, my weight will go down?

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Weight Gain Menopause
Weight Gain in Menopause
“Life begins at forty,” so goes that much-repeated phrase.
For women, however, their forties is usually accompanied by the onset of menopause, a physiological phenomenon that basically means the end of a woman’s reproductive season. In most women, the beginning of menopause also heralds several rather unpleasant symptoms, some of which are the following: Read more
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