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Network Of Doctors – Renew Man

Thanks to our nationwide network of qualified physicians, safe & effective andropause treatment is available in a city near you.

Most men come to our website because they want to make informed decisions about their healthcare as they age. The internet is an excellent place to start your healthy aging research, but information gained online isnt worth much unless you can actually act on it!

At Renew Man, we make it easy to both learn about your treatment options andwhen youre comfortableimplement your treatment plan. Get the big picture from our website, and then reach out to a Renew Man doctor near you to learn more. Our network of doctors covers dozens of cities across the country, making our safe and effective andropause treatments available to thousands of men right in their local areas.

Unfortunately, many regular physicians dont fully understand andropause. They may not recognize your symptoms as signs of hormonal decline, and if this is the case they certainly wont be able to prescribe the right treatments. At Renew Man, we understand healthy aging. You can trust our network of doctors to provide superior relief from andropause symptoms and support for healthy aging because:

The information on our website is just the beginning when it comes to your health and well-being during andropause. If youd like to learn more, please feel to give us a call. We wont try to sell you anything; but we will do our best to provide answers that are fact-based, direct, and relevant. When youre ready, well connect you with a Renew Man doctor near you to provide even more personalized information.

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A Natural Progesterone Cream by Resonance Direct

If any of the above pms, menstrual, or menopausal symptoms belong to you, you've come to the right place. We were searching for answers just like you are...and a lot of us discovered that using bio-identical, natural hormones was one of keys to restoring balance and health.

We also found that talking with each other was extremely helpful. Under why we use it you'll find some personal examples of how natural progesterone cream can change your life. In the forum you can talk to other women who have symptoms like yours and find out what works for them.

Natural progesterone cream, for instance, can be an extremely effective remedy for symptoms of PMS, infertility, osteoporosis, and menopause. There are wonderful resources available to help you decide if natural hormone replacment is right for you. We encourage you to explore some of the best resources available. Talk to your health care providers. Get reliable information from non-commercial websites. Talk to other women about what works for them...our new ebook (which is a fantastic resource) and the forum are great places to start. And you can download our free booklet A Woman's Guide to Natural Progesterone.

The more you learn, the better healthcare decisions you can make for yourself.

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Hypothyroidism Diagnosis, Symptoms, and Treatment

A recent study showed that nearly 13 million Americans may be unaware of and undiagnosed for their thyroid conditions. Are you one of them? Another study showed that if you are a pregnant woman and you have a low thyroid your child's IQ will be affected. Yet another recent study showed that if you an elderly woman with thyroid problems you will have an increased risk of heart disease

The big myth that persists regarding thyroid diagnosis is that an elevated TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) level is always required before a diagnosis of hypothyroidism can be made. Normally, the pituitary gland will secrete TSH in response to a low thyroid hormone level. Thus an elevated TSH level would typically suggest an underactive thyroid.

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Click here to read my interview with Mary Shomon, the Thyroid guide from About.com.

Your Doctor Does Not Likely Understand How To Interpret Your Tests Properly

Thyroid function tests have always presented doctors with difficulties in their interpretation. Laboratory testing is often misleading due to the complexity and inherent shortcomings of the tests themselves. Many doctors not having an adequate understanding of what the test results mean, will often make incorrect assumptions based on them or interpret them too strictly. A narrow interpretation of thyroid function testing leads to many people not being treated for subclinical hypothyroidism.

Old Laboratory Tests Unreliable

Most all older thyroid function panels include the following:

These tests should be abandoned because they are unreliable as gauges of thyroid function. The most common traditional way to diagnose hypothyroidism is with a TSH that is elevated beyond the normal reference range. For most labs, this is about 4.0 to 4.5. This is thought to reflect the pituitary's sensing of inadequate thyroid hormone levels in the blood which would be consistent with hypothyroidism. There is no question that this will diagnose hypothyroidism, but it is far too insensitive a measure, and the vast majority of patients who have hypothyroidism will be missed.

Basal Body Temperature

Basal body temperature popularized by the late Broda Barnes, M.D. He found the clinical symptoms and the body temperature to be more reliable than the standard laboratory tests was provided. This is clearly better than using the standard tests. However there are problems with using body temperature.

New and More Accurate Way To Check for Hypothyroidism

This revised method of diagnosing and treating hypothyroidism seems superior to the temperature regulation method promoted by Broda Barnes and many natural medicine physicians. Most patients continue to have classic hypothyroid symptoms because excessive reliance is placed on the TSH. This test is a highly-accurate measure of TSH but not of the height of thyroid hormone levels.

New Range for TSH to Diagnose Hypothyroidism

The basic problem that traditional medicine has with diagnosing hypothyroidism is the so-called "normal range" of TSH is far too high: Many patients with TSH's of greater than 2.0 (not 4.5) have classic symptoms and signs of hypothyroidism (see below).

Free Thyroid Hormone Levels

One can also use the Free T3 and Free T4 and TSH levels to help one identify how well the thyroid gland is working. Free T3 and Free T4 levels are the only accurate measure of the actual active thyroid hormone levels in the blood.

When one uses free hormone levels one will find that it is relatively common to find the Free T4 and Free T3 hormone levels below normal when TSH is in its normal range, even in the low end of its normal range. When patients with these lab values are treated, one typically finds tremendous improvement in the patient, and a reduction of the classic hypothyroid symptoms.

Secondary or Tertiary Hypothyroidism

There are a significant number of individuals who have a TSH even below the new 1.5 reference range mentioned above, but their Free T3 (and possibly the Free T4 as well) will be below normal. These are cases of secondary or tertiary hypothyroidism, so, TSH alone is not an accurate test of all forms of hypothyroidism, only primary hypothyroidism.

Symptoms of Low Thyroid

Treatment of Hypothyroidism

You can click here for an article on how you can treat your thyroid problem with natural hormone therapy.

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If you are interested in a more comprehensive articles directed towards health care professionals click here. Also available is an excellent text book article on thyroid testing for those with more technical interests.

Mary Shomon is the http://www.about.com thyroid expert. Her $11 352 page book published in March of 2000 is one of the most cost effective and valuable resources that you could own on this subject. If you have thyroid disease this book should be in your library.

Click here to Purchase: Living Well With Hypothyroidism

The Los Angeles Times wrote: March 27, 2000 "Hypothyroidism is a common, very treatable disorder that is also poorly managed by doctors. In this first-rate book by Mary Shomon...the disorder, its myths, and medicine's successes and failures at dealing with it are thoroughly examined. This is not a book that rehashes old facts on thyroid disease. Shomon instead challenges patients and their doctors to look deeper and try harder to resolve the complicated symptoms of hypothyroidism...In a fascinating chapter, Shomon, who also has a Web site and an online newsletter about the disease, explores recent evidence that the addition of the thyroid hormone T3 to the standard T4 (levothyroxine) may help some people feel better. In addition, the section on babies born with hypothyroidism, although brief, has the best advice on how to give medication to an infant that I've seen. As Shomon writes: 'or years, thyroid problems have been downplayed, misunderstood and portrayed as unimportant.' With her advocacy, perhaps no more." -- Shari Roan

Dr. John Lowe, author of "Speeding Up to Normal" wrote:

Mary Shomon is the harbinger of the latest scientifically-sound information on hypothyroidism. With keen intellect, loyalty to truth, and plain language, she sweeps away the medical dogma that bars millions of patients from rational thyroid hormone therapies. In this book, she describes practical thyroid therapies that can improve patients' health and extend their lives. The book is vital for hypothyroid patients who want to get well, and for physicians who want to help them do so.

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Neal Rouzier, MD The Hormone Doctor

Why accept aging and all its potential problems? You have an option to forestall physical and mental deterioration through Bioidentical Hormone Replacement! Natural Hormone Therapy is a safe, effective and reliable medical therapy that combats the biological effects of aging.

Neal Rouzier MD is Medical Director of The Preventive Medicine Clinics in Palm Springs, California. Rouzier has been specializing in in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement since 1997. He can prescribe a therapy that is tailored to your unique needs.

Our focus is on PREVENTION of the diseases associated with aging. Of course, a healthy lifestyle is important, including diet and exercise. Along with the appropriate vitamins and supplements, bio-identical hormones are a key ingredient in our recipe for healthy aging.

The Preventive Medicine Clinic is located in the resort area of Palm Springs in Southern California. Rouzier sees new patients in California and Utah. Only one visit is necessary to perform a comprehensive history, interview, and education. Follow up evaluations, adjustments and balancing are done by phone or written communications a return visit to Dr. Rouzier is not necessary. But ongoing testing and adjustment is mandatory and performed through a laboratory convenient to your home.

In addition to the Palm Springs office, Rouziersees new patients in Pasadena, California, and Salt Lake City, Utah. Pasadena appointments will be held in the offices of the New Body Cosmetic Surgery Center. Please call Carolyn Rouzier on 760 320 4292for information and appointments.

Preventive Medicine Clinic 3001 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way Suite 108 Palm Springs, CA 92262

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Breast Cancer Research for Your Doubting Doctor Beautifully done research from Italy shows how progesterone protects against breast cancer and looks at the underlying causes of breast cancer.

Open Letter to Oprah about Bioidentical Hormones An open letter to Oprah about her show on bioidentical hormones.

Bioidentical (Natural) Hormones and Heart Disease Bioidentical (natural) hormones, used wisely, may lower heart disease risk in women.

The Wiley Protocol The Wiley Protocol involves mega-doses of hormones and menopausal menstruation.

Bioidentical (Natural) Hormones and Breast Cancer Bioidentical (natural) hormones, used wisely, do not increase the risk of breast cancer in women, and there is plenty of evidence-based science to back this up.

Dr. John Lee's 3 Rules for BHRT A Dr. John Lee classic - clear, commonsense guidelines for when and how to use bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), also called natural hormone replacement therapy (NHRT).

Progesterone Cream FAQs Dr. John Lee and Virginia Hopkins answer frequently asked questions about natural progesterone cream include: what is natural progesterone; how to use natural progesterone cream; what dosage to use; real progesterone vs. progestins; how safe is progesterone, and when to use progesterone cream.

How to Get Off HRT Questions and Answers from Dr. Lee and Virginia Hopkins about how to get off HRT and onto natural hormones, also known as bioidentical hormone therapy (BHRT). How to have balanced hormones, and relief from menopausal symptoms, without using conventional HRT.

HRT, Breast Cancer and the Women's Health Initiative An article by Dr. John Lee about why the risks of conventional HRT outweigh the benefits, and how major research, including the Women's Health Inititive (WHI) and the Million Women Study have finally made that clear.

Menopause Book Chapter 1 Here's where you can read chapter one of Dr. John Lee and Virginia Hopkins' best-selling book, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause.

Natural Progesterone - What Women Say What women say about how natural progesterone has helped them restore hormone balance and combat estrogen dominance, plus what natural progesterone is and its effects in the body.

Progesterone and Estrogen Effects Progesterone and estrogen balance each other in the body. Here is a list of estrogen's effects on the body, and the complementary effects of progesterone. Both hormones have important effects throughout the body.

Cancer Warning on Progesterone Cream Labels Does the warning on progesterone cream labels that progesterone may cause cancer really mean anything? Not much, and here's why.

Symptoms of Estrogen Dominance Estrogen dominance is a term coined by Dr. Lee, and this is his famous (and much copied) list of the symptoms and conditions associated with estrogen dominance.

Estrogen Pill vs. Estrogen Cream or Patch - Which Works Best? Dr. Jane Murray explains why the estrogen patch or estrogen cream is better for a woman's body than an estrogen pill.

Estriol - the Safe Estrogen Hormone Estriol is a safe estrogen hormone that has been used for decades in Europe to treat hot flashes and vaginal dryness.

Estrogen Advice from Dr. John Lee Dr. John Lee gives straight answers to what women want to know about estrogen, including what kind of estrogen to take and how much.

Brain Research and Progesterone Emerging brain research shows that progesterone affects every neural cell in the brain and is made in some parts of the brain.

NEW! 10 Steps to Hormone Balance - the e-booklet! A downloadable e-booklet designed especially to help women approach hormone balance one step at a time. Includes Hormone Balance Test and Symptoms Chart.

Test Hormone Levels The blood spot test is a hormone test kit that measures hormone levels in women and men.

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Hormone Replacement | Fred Bloem, MD Holistic Physician …

As people age, their hormone levels decline, starting in their twenties and thirties. In addition, toxins and other insults from the environment and food supply are believed to contribute to the development of hormonal imbalances.

Bioidentical hormones are hormones that are identical to those that the body makes on its own. Some are available through regular retail pharmacies. Others are only available through compounding pharmacies. The main advantages of bioidentical hormones are that they are very well tolerated and that they have no side effects when they are properly dosed and integrated in a holistic treatment plan. This cannot be said of non-bioidentical hormones, such as Premarin, PremPro, and Provera, that most physicians prescribe. We should avoid using the term hormones when we refer to these non-bioidentical chemicals. These chemicals have many known side effects, in many cases even at the recommended dosage levels. Most people do not realize that treatment with non-bioidentical chemicals cannot even be monitored properly because physicians and laboratories do not offer testing for drugs like Premarin, PremPro, and Provera. We certainly dont know what the optimal levels of horse estrogens are in human beings!

THE WILEY PROTOCOL

When I first started helping my patients with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy I used non-rhythmic, statically dosed protocols. What this meant in the context of replacement of estrogens and progesterone was that I used the same dosages of estradiol (with or without estriol and estrone) and progesterone for specified number of days in a 28- to 30-day cycle.

In February 2007 I started treating patients with the Wiley Protocol. The Wiley Protocol is different in that the dosing of estradiol and progesterone is not static. Instead, the dosages of estradiol and progesterone change cyclically, following either a womans personal cycle (if she still has a regular menstrual cycle) or the cycle of the moon (lunar cycle) if has stopped having periods or her menstrual cycle is irregular.

In a healthy young woman the levels of estradiol and progesterone are low on day 1 of the cycle. Estradiol levels rise gradually during the follicular phase, peak on day 12, and drop abruptly on day 13. After ovulation and after development of the corpus luteum the progesterone levels start rising on day 14, peak on day 21, and finally decrease gradually over the next 7 days if a woman does not get pregnant. When a woman is on the Wiley Protocol the hormone levels follow the pattern that we see in healthy young women. My patients have responded very well to this protocol, especially in cases where they did not respond to other types of hormone replacement therapy.

The Wiley Protocol has been found to be beneficial for women of all ages who experience signs and symptoms related to disorders of reproductive function. These include women with a diagnosis of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), endometriosis, uterine fibroids, PMS (premenstrual syndrome), irregular periods, painful periods, heavy periods, infertility, hot flashes, insomnia, and acne.

The main reasons that patients have responded so well is that I carefully monitor my patients signs and symptoms and hormone levels on day 12 and day 21 of the menstrual cycle.

Unlike other methods of bioidentical hormone replacement, women of all ages who follow the Wiley Protocol will have a period every month unless they dont have a uterus. More than 90% of female patients who are bioidentical hormone replacement therapy are on the Wiley Protocol because it results in superior symptom relief and because the cyclical dosing schedule makes sense to them intuitively and physiologically. For postmenopausal women who prefer not to have a menstrual period every month again I offer statically dosed therapy.

The following rhythmic, bioidentical Wiley Protocol hormones are available:

Here is information about the Wiley Protocol Face Creme from the Wiley Protocol website:

Wiley Protocol Face Creme We all yearn for a more youthful appearance and Wiley Protocol Face creme provides this option by replenishing the sub-dermal fat base which plumps up the fine lines that make us look old. There are estrogen receptors everywhere in a womans body, including in her skin. As a woman ages, she begins to lose collagen as the levels of estrogen diminish. Many dermatologists and doctors have noted that even systemic hormone therapy seems to improve the appearance of aging skin. Some studies have shown that estrogen, when applied in a cream penetrates the skin due to its small molecular size, and increases the production of collagen. Applied daily, this creme is non-greasy and absorbs quickly.

To find out more about the Wiley Protocol I recommend the following resources:

OTHER BIOIDENTICAL HORMONES

Often patients are deficient in other hormones, such as thyroid hormone, testosterone, cortisol, DHEA, and growth hormone. I offer bioidentical therapies for these hormonal imbalances as well.

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Hormone Replacement Therapy – Ideal Physician Weight Loss

Hormone Replacement Therapy For Weight Loss

There is a definite case to be made for the role of hormones in weight management. When our hormones are out of balance, we can experience weight gain and sluggishness that leads to less exercise. This reduction in our physical activity can compound the problem by resulting in more weight gain. Luckily, this is a fight you may be able to win by simply changing a few bad habits. Ultimately, learning how to balance your hormones can help you lose weight.

First Stop: Stress Many people find that, when under stress, they eat more. While this propensity to over indulge could be the result of an emotional issue, it is more often a result of the hormone Cortisol. Cortisol is released by your body when you have the need for adrenaline; this is often referred to as, fight or flight. If you were in a physically dangerous position and needed extra energy to fight someone or flee from something, the release of some of your stored glucose as a result of Cortisol would give you the energy to punch or run. After a release of Cortisol, you find yourself hungry and exhausted.

In todays society, stress most often comes from work or family situations and, while your body still releases the Cortisol to help you fight or flee- you dont actually need it. Everyday stressful situations are not resolved my punching your boss in the face or running away from paperwork. So now, you have the exhaustion after the Cortisol is released and the hunger afterward- but no actual glucose burned from physical activity.

Next Stop: Metabolism Your thyroid is a tricky beast. It is a small gland in your throat that produces two hormones (Thyroxine and Triiodothyronine) which work to increase your metabolism and help you burn more calories throughout the day. When the thyroid doesnt work properly, your metabolism could slow and you could find yourself suddenly gaining a large amount of weight- even without making any changes to your diet. Youll also feel sluggish, leaving no energy for exercise.

Last Stop: Insulin Insulin is yet another hormone that can cause you to gain weight. When your pancreas doesnt produce enough insulin, then the food your body breaks down into glucose gets stored as fat. Switching to a higher protein diet and cutting out simple carbohydrates while adding exercise to your daily routine can help you win this battle.

Understanding your bodys relationship with hormones can help you lose weight in a safe way and can impact your health in other positive ways.

When people feel bad, many times they chalk it up to a bad day or a dietary imbalance. Of course, you might suffer from a vitamin or mineral deficiency, but many times people eat well enough to prevent this from happening. Another cause could be a chronic condition or disease, but again if you are getting regular checkups at the doctors office, these should be spotted rather quickly. One of the most common conditions that is also rarely self-diagnosed accurately, is having low testosterone.

Although testosterone is usually seen as a male hormone, the truth is that both males and females need it. Testosterone is a common hormone in both sexes used for muscle and bone strength and is essential to maintain high energy levels. Women produce less testosterone after menopause and often have to supplement their bodies during this time. Estrogen boosters also reduce testosterone levels in women (the same goes for men, but men rarely supplement with estrogen).

Some common low testosterone symptoms are fatigue, difficulty gaining or maintaining muscle, depression, and loss of strength. More than four million men suffer from low testosterone levels, largely in part because many either dont seek treatment or dont understand the condition. Low testosterone is a problem that is generally believed to occur among older men, however men in their 30s and 40s also suffer from low testosterone levels.

The reason that athletes take steroids, which include testosterone among other hormones, is that they help reduce body fat, improve muscle growth, and improve energy levels. A testosterone deficiency can have the opposite effect, which usually goes hand in hand with depression.

Our Physicianscan prescribe hormone replacement therapy to increase the testosterone levels in your body so that you dont have to suffer from mood swings, irritability, and a lack of energy. If you are active, then any sort of physical exercise can deplete your testosterone levels, leaving you constantly fatigued and unable to heal. If you think you have any of these symptoms, it is important that you talk to a doctor as soon as possible.

You can ask your doctor for a blood test, where you can find out for certain if you suffer from low testosterone. A blood test is quick and easy and you can usually have your results back within a few days. Sometimes, you can have aspot reading so that you can start hormone replacement therapy immediately.

There has long been a cult of mystique around the advent of menopause in women. Women, differentiated from men by their ability to have children and menstruate, lose that ability when they grow older. Suddenly they are in a state of flux no longer of child bearing age, yet still in this day and age healthy and often vital. Now women live long, healthy and active lives after menopauseand they want to feel good, vital and happy while doing so. That is where hormone replacement therapy comes in.

Bioidentical hormone therapy (sometimes called bioidentical hormone replacement therapy or BHRT) is basically the term for the treatment of the hormone deficiencies caused when a women goes through menopause. Bioidentical hormone therapy uses molecules that are endogenous to the hormones already found in the human body, hence the term bioidentical.

You often hear about hormone replacement therapy for women, but bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is different in one supremely important way it uses human hormones, not the animal or synthetic hormones that are so often used in other popular and conventional forms of hormone replacement therapy.

Bioidentical hormone therapy uses many types of hormones, but the two major hormones used in bioidentical hormone therapy are estradiol and progesterone. Both of these hormones are available in FDA-approved forms.

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Endocrine disease – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Endocrine diseases are disorders of the endocrine system. The branch of medicine associated with endocrine disorders is known as endocrinology.

Broadly speaking, endocrine disorders may be subdivided into three groups:[1]

Endocrine disorders are often quite complex, involving a mixed picture of hyposecretion and hypersecretion because of the feedback mechanisms involved in the endocrine system. For example, most forms of hyperthyroidism are associated with an excess of thyroid hormone and a low level of thyroid stimulating hormone.[2]

In endocrinology, medical emergencies include diabetic ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state, hypoglycemic coma, acute adrenocortical insufficiency, phaeochromocytoma crisis, hypercalcemic crisis, thyroid storm, myxoedema coma and pituitary apoplexy.[3]

Emergencies arising from decompensated pheochromocytomas or parathyroid adenomas are sometimes referred for emergency resection when aggressive medical therapies fail to control the patient's state, however the surgical risks are significant, especially blood pressure lability and the possibility of cardiovascular collapse after resection (due to a brutal drop in respectively catecholamines and calcium, which must be compensated with gradual normalization).[4][5] It remains debated when emergency surgery is appropriate as opposed to urgent or elective surgery after continued attempts to stabilize the patient, notably in view of newer and more efficient medications and protocols.[6][7][8]

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HRT | Hormone Replacement Therapy | Testosterone

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Do you feel sluggish or tired? Are you overweight? Are you living life to the fullest? Hormone Replacement Therapy can help you live the life you want to live. Physicians Rejuvenation Centers Hormone Replacement Therapy Program can help you lose fat, gain muscle, increase energy levels and improve sex drive. You will look and feel years younger! Physicians Rejuvenation Centers is dedicated to your overall health and wellness. We are experts in the field of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). We have helped thousands of patients achieve a better quality of life through our private, personalized, medically approved and supervised HRT programs.

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What is an Endocrinologist? What does an Endocrinologist …

Endocrinologists are specially trained physicians who diagnose diseases related to the glands. The diseases they are trained to treat often affect other parts of the body beyond glands. While primary care doctors know a lot about the human body, for diseases and conditions directly related to glands they will usually send a patient to an endocrinologist.

The glands in a person's body release hormones. Endocrinologists treat people who suffer from hormonal imbalances, typically from glands in the endocrine system. The overall goal of treatment is to restore the normal balance of hormones found in a patient's body. Some of the more common conditions treated by endocrinologists include:

Most of the work performed by an endocrinologist serves as the basis for ongoing research. Some endocrinologists work solely as research physicians. The goal of the research is to come up with new ways to better treat hormonal imbalances, including the development of new drugs.

The first step to become an endocrinologist is earning a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Toward the end of the bachelor's program, a student will then have to apply for and be accepted to medical school. Once accepted, four more years of schooling will have to be completed. Most endocrinologists will complete a residency that lasts anywhere from three to four years. After schooling has been completed, it is then mandated that a state licensure be obtained.

Common courses that will have to be completed to become an endocrinologist include:

It usually takes at least 10 years for a person to complete all of the necessary coursework, schooling and training to become an endocrinologist. From the year 2010 through 2020, there is an expected growth rate of 24 percent for this position. Before a person starts the educational path to becoming this type of physician, it is highly recommended that he or she carefully consider whether or not it is the right path.

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Naturopathic Doctor Phoenix | Weight Loss Clinic …

As you enter Southwest Integrative Medicine Clinic, you will see that things work differently. Our doctors will spend time listening to the whole story, not just the symptoms that are bothering you today. We will investigate possible causes for your discomfort and develop a non-invasive holistic treatment plan that enhances your bodys ability to heal itself.

As integrative medicine doctors, we combine conventional with holistic and naturopathic medicine. We treat causes not symptoms. And, we prefer naturopathic treatments to pharmaceuticals.

Nutrition is an important component of many of our treatments because vitamins, minerals, and nutrients are not foreign to the body. They can be just as effective, or even more effective than conventional treatments. When a deficiency is present, a nutritional treatment plan can improve conditions such as diabetes, fatigue, obesity, and fibromyalgia.

Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years and has now become a popular, effective treatment for all types of health concerns. As a leading Phoenix acupuncture clinic, we help many patients stimulate healing, improving their fertility, weight loss, pain management, depression, digestion, and general health.

Hormone imbalance can affect numerous body functions without ever revealing the root cause. Because we use a holistic approach, we consider a wide array of paths to help you achieve optimal wellness.

Every Phoenix naturopathic doctor understands that the best thing we can do for our patients is provide guidance. At Southwest Integrative Medicine, we work with our patients to draw conclusions about the most appropriate treatment plan, whether it inolves acupuncture, hormone therapy, vitamin therapy, herbal medicine, or conventional treatments.

Serving Phoenix, Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Mesa, Tempe, Cave Creek, Paradise Valley, and Carefree.

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AAG Health – Hormone Replacement Therapy | HGH & Testosterone

Since 2003 we have been providing men and women with the best in evidence-based hormone replacement therapy, anti-aging, and integrative wellness programs. With headquarters in South Florida, and facilities nationwide, AAG HealthGAINS has established a reputation as pioneers and innovators in hormone optimization programs, testosterone therapy, and the safe and effective use of human growth hormone.

Our Chief Medical Officer is renowned physician Dr. Richard Gaines. Dr. Gaines is Harvard trained and is a pioneer in the use of Hormone Replacement Therapy.

His understating of hormone balance and optimal aging is unparalleled in the industry, in fact Dr. Richard Gaines wrote the book,Dr. Gaines Guide to Renewed Vitality ". In it he describes lifestyle changes to help you be your best at any age, and the benefits of hormone therapy, and breakthrough new procedures such as Platelet Rich Plasma Therapies.

We offer a variety of optimal aging and integrative wellness programs, all tailored to your individual needs, and all overseen by Dr. Gaines himself.

AAG HealthGAINS has always been a pioneer in evidence-based, scientifically proven age management techniques and programs. We are often the very first in your area to offer cutting-age anti-aging treatments, while other facilities struggle to play catch-up. We are dedicated to helping you achieve your peak performance at any age, and to adding more years to your life, and more life to your years!

Contact us today (800) 325-1325 and speak with one of our wellness advisors, and be sure to ask about the SPECIAL OFFERS and current PROMOTIONS in your areas of interest.

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Denver Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Clinic – Biovive Medicine

Serving Westminster, Centennial, Cherry Creek, Longmont, Lone Tree, Parker, Littleton, and all of Denver

Biovive Medicine Colorados Leading Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Clinic

At BioViveMD, part of the BodyLogicMD physicians network, we dont cut corners.BioViveMD, is the anti-aging clinic where we take a comprehensive, cutting-edge, yet common sense approach to your health. At BioviveMD, we provide effective non-surgical alternatives to your anti-aging, skin rejuvenation, and sexual wellness needs. Restoring and maintaining health requires a multifaceted and comprehensive assessment of your needs there is no single supplement or pill to address the complexity of the human body. We focus on the foundations of health with hormone replacement and nutritional guidance, and further expand upon treatment tailored to the individual needs of each patient. We also embrace revolutionary techniques using platelet rich plasma (PRP), including the renowned Vampire Series of aesthetic treatments, the O-Shot and Priapus Shot sexual wellness therapies that promote true cellular rejuvenation, and the use of PRP for hair regrowth and regeneration.

Aging happens, but looking and feeling youthful is often something that we can improve and control. We strive to provide safe and effective solutions for optimal health by advocating preventive and non-surgical alternatives to establish enduring optimal wellness.We work with you to explore your specific health concerns in designing a comprehensive health plan, and we focus on education as well so that you understand the steps you are taking for a better future. Together, lets find a healthy and vibrant you!

We are not a bargain health business. Rather, we seek a long-term relationship with our clients. We want to be your true partner in wellness, rejuvenation and anti-aging. From weight loss and detoxification to sexual wellness andfacial rejuvenation, we provide the knowledge, experience and skills to effectively and safely effect positive change in your life.

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Endocrinology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Endocrinology (from Greek , endon, "within"; , krn, "to separate"; and -, -logia) is a branch of biology and medicine dealing with the endocrine system, its diseases, and its specific secretions known as hormones. It is also concerned with the integration of developmental events proliferation, growth, and differentiation, and the psychological or behavioral activities of metabolism, growth and development, tissue function, sleep, digestion, respiration, excretion, mood, stress, lactation, movement, reproduction, and sensory perception caused by hormones. Specializations include behavioral endocrinology[1][2][3] and comparative endocrinology.

The endocrine system consists of several glands, all in different parts of the body, that secrete hormones directly into the blood rather than into a duct system. Hormones have many different functions and modes of action; one hormone may have several effects on different target organs, and, conversely, one target organ may be affected by more than one hormone.

In the original 1902 definition by Bayliss and Starling (see below), they specified that, to be classified as a hormone, a chemical must be produced by an organ, be released (in small amounts) into the blood, and be transported by the blood to a distant organ to exert its specific function. This definition holds for most "classical" hormones, but there are also paracrine mechanisms (chemical communication between cells within a tissue or organ), autocrine signals (a chemical that acts on the same cell), and intracrine signals (a chemical that acts within the same cell).[4] A neuroendocrine signal is a "classical" hormone that is released into the blood by a neurosecretory neuron (see article on neuroendocrinology).

Examples of amine hormones

Examples of steroid hormones

Griffin and Ojeda identify three different classes of hormone based on their chemical composition:[5]

Amines, such as norepinephrine, epinephrine, and dopamine (catecholamines), are derived from single amino acids, in this case tyrosine. Thyroid hormones such as 3,5,3-triiodothyronine (T3) and 3,5,3,5-tetraiodothyronine (thyroxine, T4) make up a subset of this class because they derive from the combination of two iodinated tyrosine amino acid residues.

Peptide hormones and protein hormones consist of three (in the case of thyrotropin-releasing hormone) to more than 200 (in the case of follicle-stimulating hormone) amino acid residues and can have a molecular mass as large as 30,000 grams per mole. All hormones secreted by the pituitary gland are peptide hormones, as are leptin from adipocytes, ghrelin from the stomach, and insulin from the pancreas.

Steroid hormones are converted from their parent compound, cholesterol. Mammalian steroid hormones can be grouped into five groups by the receptors to which they bind: glucocorticoids, mineralocorticoids, androgens, estrogens, and progestogens. Some forms of vitamin D, such as calcitriol, are steroid-like and bind to homologous receptors, but lack the characteristic fused ring structure of true steroids.

The earliest study of endocrinology began in China.[6] The Chinese were isolating sex and pituitary hormones from human urine and using them for medicinal purposes by 200 BCE.[6] They used many complex methods, such as sublimation of steroid hormones.[6] Another method specified by Chinese textsthe earliest dating to 1110specified the use of saponin (from the beans of Gleditschia sinensis) to extract hormones, but gypsum (containing calcium sulfate) was also known to have been used.[6]

Although most of the relevant tissues and endocrine glands had been identified by early anatomists, a more humoral approach to understanding biological function and disease was favoured by the ancient Greek and Roman thinkers such as Aristotle, Hippocrates, Lucretius, Celsus, and Galen, according to Freeman et al.,[7] and these theories held sway until the advent of germ theory, physiology, and organ basis of pathology in the 19th century.

In 1849, Arnold Berthold noted that castrated cockerels did not develop combs and wattles or exhibit overtly male behaviour.[8] He found that replacement of testes back into the abdominal cavity of the same bird or another castrated bird resulted in normal behavioural and morphological development, and he concluded (erroneously) that the testes secreted a substance that "conditioned" the blood that, in turn, acted on the body of the cockerel. In fact, one of two other things could have been true: that the testes modified or activated a constituent of the blood or that the testes removed an inhibitory factor from the blood. It was not proven that the testes released a substance that engenders male characteristics until it was shown that the extract of testes could replace their function in castrated animals. Pure, crystalline testosterone was isolated in 1935.[9]

The Graves' disease was named after Irish doctor Robert James Graves,[10] who described a case of goiter with exophthalmos in 1835. The German Karl Adolph von Basedow also independently reported the same constellation of symptoms in 1840, while earlier reports of the disease were also published by the Italians Giuseppe Flajani and Antonio Giuseppe Testa, in 1802 and 1810 respectively,[11] and by the English physician Caleb Hillier Parry (a friend of Edward Jenner) in the late 18th century.[12]Thomas Addison was first to describe Addison's disease in 1849.[13]

In 1902 William Bayliss and Ernest Starling performed an experiment in which they observed that acid instilled into the duodenum caused the pancreas to begin secretion, even after they had removed all nervous connections between the two.[14] The same response could be produced by injecting extract of jejunum mucosa into the jugular vein, showing that some factor in the mucosa was responsible. They named this substance "secretin" and coined the term hormone for chemicals that act in this way.

Joseph von Mering and Oskar Minkowski made the observation in 1889 that removing the pancreas surgically led to an increase in blood sugar, followed by a coma and eventual deathsymptoms of diabetes mellitus. In 1922, Banting and Best realized that homogenizing the pancreas and injecting the derived extract reversed this condition.[15] The hormone responsible, insulin, was not discovered until Frederick Sanger sequenced it in 1953.

Neurohormones were first identified by Otto Loewi in 1921.[16] He incubated a frog's heart (innervated with its vagus nerve attached) in a saline bath, and left in the solution for some time. The solution was then used to bathe a non-innervated second heart. If the vagus nerve on the first heart was stimulated, negative inotropic (beat amplitude) and chronotropic (beat rate) activity were seen in both hearts. This did not occur in either heart if the vagus nerve was not stimulated. The vagus nerve was adding something to the saline solution. The effect could be blocked using atropine, a known inhibitor to heart vagal nerve stimulation. Clearly, something was being secreted by the vagus nerve and affecting the heart. The "vagusstuff" (as Loewi called it) causing the myotropic (muscle enhancing) effects was later identified to be acetylcholine and norepinephrine. Loewi won the Nobel Prize for his discovery.

Recent work in endocrinology focuses on the molecular mechanisms responsible for triggering the effects of hormones. The first example of such work being done was in 1962 by Earl Sutherland. Sutherland investigated whether hormones enter cells to evoke action, or stayed outside of cells. He studied norepinephrine, which acts on the liver to convert glycogen into glucose via the activation of the phosphorylase enzyme. He homogenized the liver into a membrane fraction and soluble fraction (phosphorylase is soluble), added norepinephrine to the membrane fraction, extracted its soluble products, and added them to the first soluble fraction. Phosphorylase activated, indicating that norepinephrine's target receptor was on the cell membrane, not located intracellularly. He later identified the compound as cyclic AMP (cAMP) and with his discovery created the concept of second-messenger-mediated pathways. He, like Loewi, won the Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking work in endocrinology.[17]

Although every organ system secretes and responds to hormones (including the brain, lungs, heart, intestine, skin, and the kidney), the clinical specialty of endocrinology focuses primarily on the endocrine organs, meaning the organs whose primary function is hormone secretion. These organs include the pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, ovaries, testes, and pancreas.

An endocrinologist is a physician who specializes in treating disorders of the endocrine system, such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism, and many others (see list of diseases below).

The medical specialty of endocrinology involves the diagnostic evaluation of a wide variety of symptoms and variations and the long-term management of disorders of deficiency or excess of one or more hormones.

The diagnosis and treatment of endocrine diseases are guided by laboratory tests to a greater extent than for most specialties. Many diseases are investigated through excitation/stimulation or inhibition/suppression testing. This might involve injection with a stimulating agent to test the function of an endocrine organ. Blood is then sampled to assess the changes of the relevant hormones or metabolites. An endocrinologist needs extensive knowledge of clinical chemistry and biochemistry to understand the uses and limitations of the investigations.

A second important aspect of the practice of endocrinology is distinguishing human variation from disease. Atypical patterns of physical development and abnormal test results must be assessed as indicative of disease or not. Diagnostic imaging of endocrine organs may reveal incidental findings called incidentalomas, which may or may not represent disease.

Endocrinology involves caring for the person as well as the disease. Most endocrine disorders are chronic diseases that need lifelong care. Some of the most common endocrine diseases include diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism and the metabolic syndrome. Care of diabetes, obesity and other chronic diseases necessitates understanding the patient at the personal and social level as well as the molecular, and the physicianpatient relationship can be an important therapeutic process.

Apart from treating patients, many endocrinologists are involved in clinical science and medical research, teaching, and hospital management.

Endocrinologists are specialists of internal medicine or pediatrics. Reproductive endocrinologists deal primarily with problems of fertility and menstrual functionoften training first in obstetrics. Most qualify as an internist, pediatrician, or gynecologist for a few years before specializing, depending on the local training system. In the U.S. and Canada, training for board certification in internal medicine, pediatrics, or gynecology after medical school is called residency. Further formal training to subspecialize in adult, pediatric, or reproductive endocrinology is called a fellowship. Typical training for a North American endocrinologist involves 4 years of college, 4 years of medical school, 3 years of residency, and 2 years of fellowship. Adult endocrinologists are board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) or the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine (AOBIM) in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism.

In North America the principal professional organizations of endocrinologists include The Endocrine Society,[18] the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists,[19] the American Diabetes Association,[20] the Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society,[21] and the American Thyroid Association.[22]

In the United Kingdom, the Society for Endocrinology[23] and the British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes[24] are the main professional organisations. The European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology[25] is the largest international professional association dedicated solely to paediatric endocrinology. There are numerous similar associations around the world.

Because endocrinology encompasses so many conditions and diseases, there are many organizations that provide education to patients and the public. The Hormone Foundation is the public education affiliate of The Endocrine Society and provides information on all endocrine-related conditions. Other educational organizations that focus on one or more endocrine-related conditions include the American Diabetes Association, National Osteoporosis Foundation, Human Growth Foundation, American Menopause Foundation, Inc., and Thyroid Foundation of America.

A disease due to a disorder of the endocrine system is often called a "hormone imbalance", but is technically known as an endocrinopathy or endocrinosis. Such disease can be treated by increasing or reducing the hormone which has become imbalanced.

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As we age, even as early as age 30, our internal production of hormones can start to decline. Initially the effects are subtle and vary between individuals. But as we head toward middle age most of us experience adverse symptoms.

Symptoms of low hormones vary with the actual hormone that is low. But many deficiencies overlap, for example weight gain can occur from hypoactive thyroid as well as in menopause and andropause. Men with low testosterone and women with low estrogen may also have low DHEA and need treatment for both.

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We used to accept any or all of the above as normal part of getting older. But if we treat the deficiencies that lead to all of the symptoms touched on above a person can feel their best. He or she can maintain a healthy body weight and have the energy and desire to lead an active life. Plus look great doing it.

Hormone Replacement Doctor is an evidence-based medical practice. In our practice we only prescribe Bioidentical Hormone Therapy.

Why Are Hormones Important to You? Hormones are intrinsic substances that provide a continuum of specific information to nurture and direct specific cells in target organs. Without optimal hormone levels your body function is off balance and you know it. Even after seeing your physician and being told you are okay, something just isnt right. Hormone replacement therapy can make such a difference for these individuals. Most of us are or will become these individuals.

Individual body organs and their systems heart; cardiovascular system, brain; neurological system are not isolated systems. They need communicating hormones to stay vital. Looking back, life expectancy in 1900 was late 40s; so many died before reaching menopause or andropause. Now that we expect to live so many decades more than our grandparents we will have to deal with the effects of low hormone levels.With modern medicine extending life in to the ninth and tenth decade we need to think about the quality of life that hormone replacement treatment produces. Prescription medications and sophisticated treatments are not enough by themselves to produce the level of health and well being that we deserve today.

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A hormone doctor, or an endocrinologist, is a physician who treats diseases related to the endocrine system. While primary care physicians (family practitioners and internal medicine physicians) can treat many hormonal disorders without a need for specialized training, a physician may also receive advanced training and specialize in endocrinology. A primary care physician can determine whether he or she can treat a patient or whether the patient should be referred to a specialist treating only disorders of the endocrine system.

The endocrine system is composed of many glands, including the pituitary, thyroid, parathyroids, adrenals, hypothalamus, pineal body, ovaries and testicles. The islet cells of the pancreas are also part of the endocrine system. These glands secrete hormones (chemical messengers) that regulate the bodys metabolism, growth, sexual development and sexual function, by complex feedback systems comparable to a thermostat regulating room temperature.

A hormone doctor can specialize in diseases of one or two glands or treat patients in all areas of endocrinology. A large part of a typical practice could involve treating diabetes and related complications. The physician may also treat thyroid disorders, inborn metabolic disorders, over- and underproduction of hormones, osteoporosis, menopause, cholesterol disorders, hypertension, and short or tall stature. Patients with endocrine cancer are usually referred to an oncologist.

To treat non-reproductive hormonal disorders, a physician generally completes four years of medical or osteopath school and a three-year residency in either family medicine or internal medicine. He or she must pass a board examination to become board certified in family or internal medicine. To become board certified as an endocrine specialist, the physician completes a three-year endocrinology fellowship program and passes a board certification examination.

Reproductive endocrinologists complete four years of residency training in obstetrics and gynecology, rather than training in family medicine or internal medicine. They must complete two or three years of fellowship training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility and pass the board certification examination. These specialists treat infertility by using in vitro fertilization, embryo and sperm freezing, assisted embryo hatching, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and other emerging technologies. Reproductive endocrinologists also treat a wide range of reproductive disorders, including endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, gonadal dysgenesis, galactorrhea, repeat pregnancy loss, ectopic pregnancy and excess hair in women, to name just a few.

A hormone doctor may work in academic medical centers, community hospitals, private group practices or private solo practices. Each situation can involve different work hours, a different patient base, and different lifestyles. Unlike surgical specialties, hormone doctors generally do not take call hours, but they may be called on an emergency basis to see a patient in a hospital when the physician on staff cannot appropriately treat the patient.

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Genesis Health Institute is a national leader in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. With clinics located across the United States, our doctors have worked with thousands of patients to dramatically improve their quality of life and reduce their risk of getting chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is a specialized branch of medicine that uses natural hormones to restore youthful hormone levels for both men and women. Unlike traditional hormone replacement therapy, which relies on synthetic hormones and typically only addresses deficiencies in one or two hormones, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy looks at your complete hormone profile and, based on careful individual testing, adjusts levels of all your critical hormones back to the levels you enjoyed in your twenties or thirties. Our patients typically experience a cessation of hormone-deficiency symptoms, few side effects, and often report they feel like they've discovered the "fountain of youth."

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Founded by nationally renowned Dr. George Shanlikian, MD, the Genesis Health Institute and its staff of physicians and therapists offers a unique level of care. We are concerned with the whole patient, not just a set of numbers on a blood or saliva test. Our philosophy of care is rooted in the idea that we can change lives both externally and internally. As a result, our proven program relies on several pillars:

In the past, many people thought that the aches and pains and chronic diseases of aging were inevitable. In fact, you are not powerless against the march of timeyou can do something now to reverse your age-related symptoms and regain your youthful vitality. Call Genesis Health Institute today to set up your initial consultation and begin your journey toward health.

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Genemedics Health Institute is the national leader in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for men (BHRT for men) and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women (BHRT for women). Led by nationally renowned Dr. George Shanlikian, M.D., Genemedics Health Institutes physician experts specialize in natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), personalized nutrition programs, nutritional supplements, and fitness for both men and women.

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All of our physicians are board-certified in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). Our expert physicians have passed written and oral exams and are among the most knowledgeable physicians in the field of anti-aging and natural hormone replacement therapy. Our natural hormone replacement therapy doctors have also completed advanced fellowships in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, completing hundreds of hours of additional training in anti-aging medicine and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.

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