Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is available to women in a variety of forms, providing a certain degree of choice. In general, HRT is derived either from the urine of pregnant mares or synthetically, and it is not perfectly identical to the body's natural hormones. Non-bioidentical HRT comes in several forms. There are many more options for implementing the system than merely taking the pill form of bioidentical HRT. Below is a list of the different forms of non-bioidentical HRT:
In addition, there are a number of hormone-specific forms of HRT:
With all of these forms of HRT, there are certain risks or side effects. It is wise to consult a healthcare professional if considering any of these options, in order to determine if HRT is a viable solution for hormone imbalance symptoms.
If the side effects outweigh the benefits, there are other options still. Click on the following link to learn more about alternative treatments to HRT.
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