What are common symptoms that someone needing hormone replacement therapy might experience?
Academic Title: Instructor
Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine
The most common symptoms of hormone deficiency are being tired, having “fog” in the brain, experiencing a low sex drive, depression, aches and pains, as well as difficulty losing weight. Since there can other reasons for many of these symptoms, so it is critical to have a thorough medical history and exam in addition to blood work to determine whether a person would benefit from bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.