Large drug companies today market many of the hormone replacement therapies available for prescription. These synthetic hormones do not fully reproduce the effect of the natural hormone created by the human body.
The hormones produced naturally by the human body are: Estrone, Estradiol, Progesterone, Testosterone, Dehydroepiandrosterone, and Pregnenolone. These hormones are naturally produced substances in the female body. The compounding pharmacist works with the physician and the patient to provide a specialized female hormone replacement therapy appropriate for each individual patient.
This approach to female hormone replacement therapy is only undertaken once the female client’s medical and personal health history has been carefully reviewed. Following the initiation of hormone replacement therapy, the compounding pharmacist and the physician then follow the patient’s progress closely so as to make any required adjustments to the medication in use.
We can make creams, gels, lotions, capsules, suspensions, sublingual drops, lozenges, troches, and pellets of the following:
"It is rare to find health professionals who are so willing to educate the patient on what they need to know."