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Taking Charge of Your Hormones After Hysterectomy

Taking Charge of Your Hormones After Hysterectomy 

The decision to have a hysterectomy is a big deal for a woman. And it comes with a ton of questions about how it will impact her daily life. If you are considering this procedure to surgically remove the uterus, or if you have already undergone it, Biote Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy may lessen the aftereffects to help you feel better.


Reasons for a Hysterectomy

Hysterectomies are very common, and the list of health conditions that cause women to consider the surgery ranges:
- uterine prolapse
- abnormal bleeding
- gynecological cancer
- endometriosis
- chronic pelvic discomfort
- uterine fibroids
While there are six different types of hysterectomies depending on the condition, they all come with the likelihood of hormonal imbalance and undesired side effects. 

Symptoms of a Hormonal Imbalance 

After a hysterectomy, the sudden withdrawal of certain hormones can take a toll on a woman's physical, mental and emotional well-being. Symptoms that are most common include hot flashes, mood swings, night sweats, sleeplessness, light bleeding and discharge, and vaginal dryness.

How Might BHRT Provide Relief

BHRT may help return your hormones to their normal levels by using pellets that contain doses of hormones.  These hormones are bioidentical to those already present in the body and work to restore hormones to optimal levels.
Call us today at Transformed Med Spa to learn more about how the Biote Method of hormone optimization may help provide relief after a hysterectomy!

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