Is it hormones? When our hormones are low or out of balance we feel it. Some changes are insidious while others seem to pop up overnight. The test below demonstrates symptoms often associated with hormone imbalances and it is the first step in determining if bio-identical hormone therapy is right for you.

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On a scale of 1 to 10 select your level of your symptoms (1 being "none of the time" and 10 being "all of the time").
Sleeplessness
Depression
Anxiety
Irritability / Moodiness
Hot flashes / night sweats
Fatigue
Increased abdominal fat
Loss of muscle tone
Loss of focus / concentration
Lack of sexual desire
Vaginal dryness / Erectile dysfunction
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Sex(F/M)


Certain side effects and risks have been associated with Hormone Replacement Therapy. In women, these risks include, but are not limited to, an increased risk of: developing endometrial cancer, developing breast cancer, developing blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, high blood pressure, or other cardiovascular problems, causing tissue edema, causing changes in lipids, causing a permanent or long-term enlargement of the clitoris, causing permanent hair growth on one’s face, chest, buttocks, or other areas of the body, causing severe acne, causing a woman’s voice to permanently deepen or deepen for an extended period of time, causing menstrual or menstrual-like bleeding in a menopausal woman, and developing psychological changes such as increased anger or aggressive behavior. In men, these risks include, but are not limited to, an increased risk of: developing prostate cancer, developing blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, high blood pressure, or other cardiovascular problems, causing tissue edema, causing changes in lipids, causing testicular atrophy, causing infertility, developing breast tissue similar to that found in a woman, causing head hair loss, causing permanent hair growth on one’s face, chest, buttocks, or other area of the body, and developing psychological changes such as increased anger or aggressive behavior. There is currently no FDA Approved testosterone treatment for women. Testosterone treatment for women is considered “off-label”.