Are You Going Through Menopause And Your Estrogen Levels Are Low? 2 Treatment Options To Help

Posted on: 18 April 2022

Estrogen levels generally drop drastically when you go through menopause. This can cause many problems, such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness, problems with mood, brain fog, and tiredness. Fortunately, there are treatment options so you can feel like your old self again. Keep reading to learn about two of these treatments.  Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy The hormones found in bioidentical hormones are chemicals that are identical to the hormones produced in your body. [Read More]

3 Conditions That Can Be Corrected With Laser Eye Surgery

Posted on: 18 April 2022

Laser eye surgery corrects vision problems caused by a misshapen cornea, the clear front surface of your eye. A misshapen cornea causes light to bend (refract) improperly as it enters the eye, resulting in blurred vision. Take a look at some of the common refractive errors that can be corrected with laser eye surgery. Nearsightedness Nearsightedness, or myopia, is a common vision problem that affects millions. If you are nearsighted, you can see objects close up, but they become blurry when they are far away. [Read More]

The Advantages Of Opting For A Virtual Doctor Visit For Treatment

Posted on: 18 March 2022

You can appreciate the role regular visits with your primary care doctor can provide to you. Even so, you may be so busy with work, school, and family that you have little time to schedule an appointment. Still, there may be times when you need to see a physician for pressing healthcare needs. Instead of visiting one in person, you may find it more convenient to schedule and take part in a virtual doctor visit. [Read More]

4 Signs You May Need Hormone Replacement Therapy For Aging

Posted on: 16 February 2022

As you age, the rate at which your body replaces hormones declines. The two commonly affected hormones, especially for women, are estrogen and progesterone. Estrogen performs many functions in the reproductive system, including regulating the menstrual cycle and promoting a healthy sex drive. Progesterone gets the uterus ready for pregnancy by thickening the uterine lining in readiness to receive the ovum. These two hormones might decline with age, leading to menopause. [Read More]