1. medical support doctor www.Thefountainlongevity.com

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    The Fountain specializes in medically monitored hormone replacement therapy. We offer a full complement of therapy for both men and women. http://www.Thefountainlongevity.com What is Hormone replacement therapy ? Hormone replacement therapy is the replacement of naturally occurring hormones that the body makes, but no longer makes enough of. The goal is to bring the body’s hormones to levels that improve the health and well-being of the person. We use Bioidentical Hormones, which are the exact same molecules that the body makes, and knows what to do with, so that no health problems occur because the hormones are “not quite right” for the body.Hormones with names that sound right may not be right. We make sure that we use ONLY molecules that match the body’s needs are used when we treat our patients. Hormones are powerful chemical messengers within the body. They carry messages from the endocrine glands of the body to the cells of the body. The hormones coordinate the activity of the cells of the body. In this way, they function like radio signals from the endocrine glands to the cells of the body. As we age, unfortunately, the strength of the signals drops off. The endocrine glands produce less of the hormones, and the cells of the body do not get the messages that they once did. This leads to uncoordinated activity of the cells, and “falling apart.” Why we use Bioidentical Hormones The hormones that we use in our practice are Bioidentical Hormones. This means that they are the same as the molecules that we are supplementing, as created by the body. This is important, as the body knows exactly what to do with these molecules. They unlock every lock that they are supposed to, and they do not unlock the ones that they are not supposed to. They are broken down just like the ones that the body makes, so there is no dangerous chemical waste floating around inside when we use them. Other hormones are modified by people to make them easier to use, or for some other purpose. These molecules are NOT the same as the body makes and may not perform the same job that the molecules that they are copied from. This means that they do some things like the original molecules, and they do some other things that those molecules do not do. The body is not designed to deal with these molecules, and bad things can happen as a result. We use molecules that are proven by science to improve the lives of our patients. We do not use any other ones.

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    • Making Hormone Replacement Personal

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      The medical community has had an on-again, off-again relationship with female hormone replacement. Used to combat the side affects of menopause, doctors and women want to be sure it’s safe. “Well it’s gone back to where it was initially before the big study, Women’s Health Study; it is acceptable now. If you want good quality of life, that’s one of the options for you if you’re really being affected by it,” says Dr. Mala Singh, family practitioner with Lee Memorial Health System. This time around, doctors are proceeding with caution. Studies find the best risk ratio is when hormone replacement is started in women under 59 years old or within 10 years of menopause. The focus is on safety first, screening patients who are at low risk for complications. “I would say talk to your primary care doctors, talk to your ob-gyn, because everyone is different, everyone is an individual, everyone has a different medical history. So this is not something for everybody - it has to be very individualized,” says Dr. Singh. In keeping with this individual approach, some women are taking it a step further, opting to personalize treatment, using custom-mixed hormones that are chemically identical to those your body produces. “I would order a panel of labs - all the estrogen, progesterone, prolactin, testosterone levels - and then I would do bio-identical hormones. Those are creams. And what’s great about the creams is you can just modify them yourself. When you use the cream you use them on your wrist and patients realize’ ok I feel this is a little too much for me’ and they can cut it down on themselves,” says Dr. Singh. Bioidenticals are plant-based but commercially processed. While there’s no evidence they are any more effective, more women are seeking them out. “It’s a general trend. People don’t want medication, they want more natural things and the reaction, the side effects, so they prefer the bio-identical,” says Dr. Singh. HRT is not recommended for women with: active or past breast or endometrial cancer, history of blood clots or stroke, or liver disease. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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      • A New You Medical and Wellness Clinics

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        A brief outline of the beauty and aesthetic solutions A New You medical clinics offers. www.anewyouwellnessclinics.com is where you can learn more about what we do.

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        • Reducing Heart Deaths With Hormone Replacement Therapy

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          Postmenopausal Hormone therapy reduces your risk of dying from heart disease

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          • Stop Menopause -Understanding What is Menopause

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            Stop Menopause -Understanding What is Menopause http://www.stopmenopause.com Night sweats? Mood swings? Vagina itchiness? Uneasy? Troubled? Clearly, it is MENOPAUSE! No, we cannot stop menopause BUT we can make it bearable. What is menopause? Is it an illness? A disease? It is an inevitable event in the life of women above 40. Ovaries produce less estrogen. Thus, the hormonal imbalance. Rather than making it a problem, FIND WAYS to alleviate the symptoms. Change of lifestyle Cook and eat healthy Fore alcoholic beverages Instead of sulking, Go exercise. Go to the gym and sweat it out. Embrace your womanhood! Pay attention to the changes . . . love it! Be not afraid, it is normal! That is why we are here. We will help you undergo this phase. With tips, guide and suggestions, You will never feel alone! We CARE! WE understand! Visit http://www.stopmenopause.com

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            • San Diego's Finest Personal Trainer discusses testosterone deficiencies in men. MotoVlog 10/13/13

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              Rivak Hoffman , San Diego Personal Trainer discusses male testosterone deficiency, medical issues related to testosterone deficiency,weight gain and testosterone deficiency, and the solutions to improve testosterone deficiency.Both holistic and medical treatment plans for testosterone deficiency are also discuseed Discussion is done as a Motovlog. San Diego's best personal trainer Rivak Hoffman discusses Testosterone Imbalances, all while riding his Triumph Daytona 600. Enjoy high speeds and beautiful scenery all while learning from San Diego's best personal trainer

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              • Hormone Replacement & Gallbladder Disease

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                Kellie Crowley’s gallbladder problems had likely been brewing for years. But as far as she knew, it struck overnight. The symptoms came on suddenly. “At first the pain was radiating. I wasn't sure if I was having a heart attack or what was happening, and I ended up in the ER,” says Crowley. “Many people feel if we live long enough we’re all going to get gallstones,” says Dr. Barry Haicken, general surgeon with Lee Memorial Health System. Dr. Barry Haicken removed Crowley’s diseased gallbladder. About a half-million people undergo the surgery each year. The gallbladder stores and releases bile which helps digest fats. There are several reasons why gallstones form. Risk factors are highest in women. “Women tend to get gallbladder disease much more than men. So the biggest risk factor would be a woman. Probably 80-90% of my patients for gallbladder disease are women,” says Dr. Haicken. When it relates to gallstones, it often comes down to the 3 ‘W’s: women, white and weight. All three are linked to high rates of gallbladder disease. Asians and African-Americans have a lower risk, and studies show the use of hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, may double or triple risk. “I wouldn't be surprised. I had a hysterectomy several years ago so if it has to do with hormone replacement I probably would be a candidate,” says Crowley. “The exact connection remains elusive. Obviously estrogen and progesterone are going to play a part in that differentiation, but exactly what it is nobody knows,” says Dr. Haicken. How the hormones are delivered may make a difference, however. Women who use a patch or gel form of HRT face less risk than those who take a pill. Again, not all gallstones create a problem. If patients have frequent or several gallbladder attacks; surgery may be in order. “Your body does very nicely without the gallbladder. The bile instead of coming out in a big gush after a meal now drips in steadily all day long and the digestion is essential normal,” says Dr. Haicken. View More Health Matters video segments atleememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                • Hormone Replacement FAQ Part 2

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                  http://biobalancehealth.com Episode 149 of the BioBalance Healthcast is second in a two part series on the frequently asked questions about hormone replacement. Patients of Dr. Maupin's BioBalance Health hormone replacement practice ask questions regarding their current health, symptoms of aging, how she determines the prescribed treatment, what the treatment involves, what aftereffects might be, what recovery is like, the role her nurses play i the practice and more. http://biobalancehealth.com BioBalance Health 10800 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63141

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                  • Testosterone Replacement Therapy - 1st Injection Part 2/2 (22 June 2013)

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                    The video of the actual injections into the butt :) My first two T Therapy Injections at medical clinic in Bangkok. This shows the actual injections into the upper side quadrants of my butt, so please don't watch if you are too young or squeemish. I easily bought the T myself - 1 ampule of Testiviron Depot (Test Proponiate & Test Enanthate, 25 gm) at about $6 USD/ampule and 1 ampule of Testosterone Proponiate (250 mg) at about $4 USD/ampule ... neither injection hurt and after 2 days, still no pain or soreness. Total cost for both injections was only $12 USD. At the boutique clinic they wanted $500+ each injection and they supply the T. I am a medical doctor anyway and can get my own supply easily in Bangkok, or many places in Thailand. These were strictly sample purchases to see the effectiveness for my overall foggy depression, lack of energy, easy fatiguing, loss of libido to a HUGE extent, oversleeping often, anxiety, etc. I will be buying in bulk next. These injections IMPROVED every symptom somewhat in just 2 days ...

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                    • Testosterone Replacement Therapy - 1st Injection Part 1/2 (22 June 2013)

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                      My first two T Therapy Injections at medical clinic in Bangkok. I bought the Testosterone myself - 1 ampule of Testiviron Depot (Test Proponiate & Test Enanthate, 25 gm) at about $6 USD/ampule and 1 ampule of Testosterone Proponiate (250 mg) at about $4 USD/ampule ... neither injection hurt and after 2 days, still no pain or soreness. Total cost for both injections was only $12 USD. At the boutique clinic they wanted $500+ each injection and they supply the T. I am a medical doctor anyway and can get my own supply easily in Bangkok, or many places in Thailand. These were strictly sample purchases to see the effectiveness for my overall foggy depression, lack of energy, easy fatiguing, loss of libido to a HUGE extent, oversleeping often, anxiety, etc. I will be buying in bulk next. These injections IMPROVED every symptom somewhat in just 2 days ...

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