Is EvexiPEL Right for You?

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When we talk about hormone imbalance, many tend only to consider older people and often only women, but the truth is that men AND women as young as their 20s are suffering effects from estrogen and testosterone imbalances – either too high or too low.

So, here’s our short answer to the question “Who is EvexiPEL for?” Anyone.

EvexiPEL and hormone replacement therapy is not just for older folks or women going through menopause. Let’s break down some common signs and symptoms to see if you may be dealing with imbalanced hormones.

Shifts in our hormones will occur naturally throughout our lives, but a true imbalance can have serious and lasting effects on our health.

Could You Have Imbalanced Hormones?

It’s important to note that hormone imbalance doesn’t always present symptoms, but if left untreated the consequences could be grave.

Clear Signs of Hormonal Imbalance

Later in this post, we’ll break down common symptoms for men and women, individually, but for now, there are some very clear signs of hormonal imbalance that can affect both men and women.

  • Night Sweats
  • Migraines
  • Depression
  • Forgetfulness
  • Fatigue
  • Low Sex Drive
  • Chronic Acne
  • Poor Sleep

Have you experienced one or more of the above symptoms? Schedule a consultation with one of our providers to get down to the root cause of your health problems.

Common Symptoms for Men

Many men believe they don’t need bioidentical hormone replacement therapy since they generally feel well and their energy levels are up. Unfortunately, this can be a dangerous assumption. Struggling to maintain youthful vigor and appearance often points to low testosterone which can lead to:

  1. Feeling burned out and past your prime
  2. Excessive sweating
  3. Loss of libido and inability to achieve or maintain an erection
  4. Fewer morning erections
  5. Stubborn belly fat, weight gain, and food cravings

If you’ve experienced any of the above symptoms, find your nearest EvexiPEL provider here.

Common Symptoms for Women

Small fluctuations in hormone levels can take a toll on a woman’s body and her emotional well-being. Plus, research continues to show a link between the hormone imbalance that occurs during menopause and the development of:

  • Cancer
  • Osteoporosis
  • Stroke
  • Thyroid malfunction
  • Other troubling health conditions

Common signs of hormonal imbalance in women include:

  1. Mood swings, anxiety, and depression
  2. Cold hands and feet
  3. Muscle aches, joint pain and longer recovery time from injuries
  4. Hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and night sweats
  5. Frequent urinary tract infections (UTIs) and pain during intercourse

If you’ve experienced any of the above symptoms, find your nearest EvexiPEL provider here.

Treating Patients with an Integrated Approach

While bio-identical hormone replacement therapy with pellets, like EvexiPEL, might help treat the symptoms noted above, it also has been shown to play a key role in preventing disease, including:

  • Osteoporosis
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Cancer

Take control of your health today and get to the root cause of your health issues. Find your nearest provider here and to learn about becoming a provider, get in touch with us here.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.

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