If You Want to Live a Long Enjoyable Life Without Disease, Please Listen!

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Replacing essential hormones gives my patients their lives back, and their energy back.

My goal for BioBalance Health® is to guide my patients to live a healthier life by offering them the newest preventive treatments, and safest hormone treatment available. My patients make an appointment with me and Dr. Sullivan for help with their current symptoms of aging and hormonal treatment to replace their missing hormones.  They also receive a plan for unique preventive lifestyle changes to assist them in continuing their lives in health.

But first, I believe that treating the symptoms of aging is the first thing on the agenda, and those symptoms are treated by replacing the hormones that disappear with age, testosterone, estradiol and often thyroid hormone. These symptoms are classic and appear within a short period of time, together: This is a combined list of symptoms of Testosterone and Estradiol loss for women after age 38, combined with loss of Testosterone in men after age 50.

Symptoms of loss of Testosterone and Estradiol:

  • Loss of normal youthful body, muscle and shape
  • Loss of sex drive
  • Infrequent or absent orgasms
  • Fatigue
  • Depression or Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Memory loss/ Difficulty thinking
  • Loss of motivation
  • New migraine headaches
  • Decreased muscle mass
  • Joint aches/ arthritis
  • Dry eyes
  • Loss of balance
  • ED in men (men)
  • Poor or decreased ejaculation (men)
  • Increased belly fat Loss of waistline
  • Weight gain
  • Cellulite
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Dry vagina (women)
  • Painful intercourse (women)

My patients frequently tell me that they feel so good after getting their first testosterone pellets that they wish they would have come to see me years before because they have been suffering and now their symptoms are improved or gone. They also comment on how great their sex life is, their improved stamina to walk, play golf or run and how much younger they look! That is the enjoyable part of my practice.

Replacing these hormones gives my patients their lives back and gives them their energy back so they can make changes in their lives to keep themselves healthy to avoid the diseases of aging.

The Diseases of Aging are these:

  • Cancer
  • Type II Diabetes
  • Arthritis
  • Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s disease
  • Osteoporosis
  • Frailty, inability to walk or climb stairs
  • Immune deficiency
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Depression and anxiety

We find that we get great results with one or two hormones, but because we are preventive medicine doctors and hormone replacement doctors we are not just interested in your current condition and symptoms, but we are concerned about the diseases you are at risk to get when you get “old”.  We then go over your family history of diseases with you and use it to determine what you are at risk for. Let me say that family history is only ½ of your risk factor because each parent only carries 1/2 of the genes you own. This means that your risk is usually watered down by the relative who has the disease, and your risk usually goes up if two relatives on opposite sides of the family have the same disease. Even though we use family history as an estimate of your risk for diseases in the future it is not very specific or accurate.  The information your family tells you about their history may not be accurate for the real diseases your parents and grandparents had.  My family history is a good example of bad information in an individual’s medical history:

I thought I was at risk for Adult-Onset Diabetes because my grandfather on my father’s side and my grandmother on my mother’s side had Type II Diabetes. I was worried since medical school that I would eventually get AODM too. When I had my genetics done, I found that I had 4/5 genes that foretell obesity, but NO DIABETES genes! This changed my approach to my own health from avoiding carbs totally, to losing weight until I was at ideal weight.

  In case you don’t know it, almost all obese people develop Type II Diabetes eventually. If they don’t change their lifestyle soon enough and lose weight as well as get the proper nutrition it is in their future. Diabetes is a disease that will follow them through their lives, putting them at risk for other diseases like cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia of all kinds, arthritis, and joint deterioration needing joint replacements. This list includes the most common causes of death. So the moral of the story is, my family history didn’t tell me what I was going to be at risk for!

 You can plan your healthy living plan based on your family history, or you can get your own genetics done to tell you what you are at risk for based on your genes, OR you can just clean up your lifestyle, receive your hormone replacement using the safest delivery system

(pellets) and begin a healthy lifestyle as soon as possible. Get real information based on your individual situation now with blood work and add your genetics or family history to help motivate you to get healthier. Changing your lifestyle is the hardest thing you can do so getting expert advice from a physician, and then follow it.  Look for a doctor who will help keep you motivated to follow your healthy living plan and do your half of the path to health and healthy aging without disease.

Please join me, Dr. Kathy Maupin, BioBalance Health® next time when we outline a plan for health and longevity to avoid the pain and disability of aging.

This Health cast was written and presented by Dr. Kathy Maupin, M.D., Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Expert and Author. www.BioBalanceHealth.com • (314) 993-0963. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel and please check “Like“. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at BioBalanceHealth.

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