Holistic Doctors’ Approach to Improving Women’s Sexual Health

How Doctors Improve Women’s Sexual Health with Integrative Medicine

Most women will experience a low sex drive, discomfort during sex, and even loss of sexual sensation at various times in their life. While this is more common as a woman gets older (due to menopausal hormone decline), it is important to understand that lifestyle, underlying medical conditions, certain medications, psychological factors, or surgery can cause also cause sexual problems and dysfunction in women, affecting their libido, vaginal health, comfort during intercourse, sexual sensation, and orgasms.

Sadly, women often think that loss of sex drive, decreased sexual enjoyment, and/or pain during sex is something they have to “learn to live with.” But this could not be further from the truth!

In this article, the women’s sexual health doctor at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI will our holistic or ‘integrative’ approach to improving women’s sexual health – so that every woman can enjoy a satisfy and fulfilling sex life at every age.

Causes of Women’s Sexual Health Problems

Sexual problems and dysfunction in women can have a variety of causes, including lifestyle, nutrition, stress, medical conditions, and of course hormone deficiency or decline. Each of these factors can affect a woman’s sexual health and function in different ways.

Dr. Hakim at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI is an integrative medicine doctor – which means she focuses on the whole person rather than just treating specific symptoms. She will work with each patient to diagnose the root cause of a woman’s sexual health problems. This includes using the most advanced techniques – including blood tests for hormone imbalance and GI-MAP gut health assessment.  She then helps the patient employ a variety of approaches to promote healing, including nutrition, exercise, stress reduction, supplements, and other forms of complementary medicine – as well as natural hormone replacement or other medications only if necessary.

Hormone Deficiency & Women’s Sexual Health

Hormone deficiency, particularly low levels of estrogen, can also contribute to sexual problems and dysfunction in women. Testing for hormone imbalance is one of the first steps that Dr. Hakim at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI will undertake when assessing sexual problems in women.

Estrogen is important for maintaining vaginal health, lubrication, and sensitivity. Low levels of estrogen can lead to vaginal dryness, discomfort during intercourse, and reduced libido. Hormone deficiency can occur naturally during menopause or as a result of medical conditions or treatments such as chemotherapy or surgical removal of the ovaries.

If hormone deficiency is at the root of a woman’s sexual health problems, Dr. Hakim at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI can prescribe 100% natural, bioidentical hormone replacement pellets. Learn More About HRT Pellets HERE

Medical Conditions & Women’s Sexual Health

Medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease can also contribute to sexual problems and dysfunction in women. These conditions can damage blood vessels and nerves, affecting blood flow and sensation. Chronic pain conditions such as arthritis can also lead to sexual problems and dysfunction.

If a woman has a medical condition that is impacting her sexual health, such as pre-diabetes, diabetes, or high blood pressure, a holistic doctor like Dr. Hakim at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI can work with her to manage the condition and improve overall health. By addressing the underlying condition, sexual function typically improves as well!

Lifestyle Factors & Women’s Sexual Health

Lifestyle factors such as smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, excess weight, improper diet, and lack of exercise can contribute to sexual problems and dysfunction in women. Smoking can lead to reduced blood flow and damage to blood vessels, which can affect sexual function. Excessive alcohol consumption can impair the ability to become aroused and reach orgasm. Lack of exercise can contribute to being overweight, which is also associated with sexual dysfunction.

Nutrition can also play a role in sexual problems and dysfunction in women. A diet high in saturated and trans fats can increase the risk of heart disease and blood vessel damage, which can affect sexual function. A diet low in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can also contribute to poor health and reduced sexual function.

A holistic, integrative medicine doctor like Dr. Hakim at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI can work with women to identify lifestyle factors that may be contributing to their sexual problems, such as smoking, lack of exercise, or poor sleep habits. Dr. Hakim can provide actual help (not a lecture) making positive lifestyle changes, such as quitting smoking, losing weight, and managing stress.

Royal Oak women’s sexual health doctor Nishath Hakim, MD can also address nutritional deficiencies that may be impacting a woman’s sexual health. She can recommend a balanced diet that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein. She may also prescribe specific supplements that can support sexual health, such as those containing the right combinations of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and magnesium.

Stress Management & Women’s Sexual Health

Additionally, stress can impact mood and emotional well-being, leading to conditions such as mental exhaustion, depression, and anxiety, which can further exacerbate sexual problems. Many wives, moms, bosses, daughters, and hardworking women are under tremendous stress that can impact sexual health.  A holistic, integrative medicine doctor like Dr. Hakim at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI can offer actual help managing stress in several ways.

She can work with women to identify lifestyle factors that may be contributing to stress, such as a lack of sleep, poor diet, or overwork. She can also help women explore mind-body practices such as meditation and yoga which can be effective in reducing stress and promoting relaxation.

Royal Oak women’s sexual health doctor Nishath Hakim, MD can also prescribe supplements and herbs that can be effective in naturally managing stress, such as magnesium, ashwagandha, and valerian root. And if, together, you determine that counseling and therapy may be effective in addressing any underlying emotional issues that may be contributing to sexual problems, Dr. Hakim can connect the patient with a qualified therapist as needed.

Women’s Sexual Health Doctor | Royal Oak, MI

A woman’s sexuality is extremely complex and is governed by much more than just hormones. Lifestyle factors, nutrition, underlying medical conditions, and stress – as well as hormone deficiency – can all contribute to sexual problems and dysfunction in women.

Women’s sexual health doctor Nishath Hakim, MD at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI can help women improve their sexual health with integrative medicine that addresses the root causes of their problems. By taking a comprehensive approach to women’s sexual health she can improve vaginal health, increase sexual drive and enjoyment, enhance orgasmic function, and eliminate pain during intercourse.

Contact the women’s sexual health doctor at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI and we will help you enjoy sexual intimacy and pleasure at any age.

Women’s Sexual Health Doctor | Royal Oak, MI: 248-997-4242

Naturally Preventing Heart Disease Starts in the Mouth!

BaleDoneen Method Naturally Helps Prevent Heart Disease

Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death and illness in the world. It is estimated that one in four people in the US dies from heart disease each year, making cardiac illness something that every American should be concerned about. The traditional approach to heart disease prevention has been to focus on lifestyle changes – such as a healthy diet and regular exercise – combined with strong medications, to lower risk factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and obesity.

However, the BaleDoneen Method, now available at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, offers a new and innovative approach to heart disease prevention that is backed by scientific research and has been shown to be highly effective. This method of heart disease prevention can, in many cases, even replace the need for harsh medications with dangerous or unpleasant side effects.

The BaleDoneen Method of Heart Disease Prevention

The BaleDoneen Method was developed by Dr. Brad Bale and Dr. Amy Doneen, two renowned cardiologists and researchers who specialize in the prevention of heart disease. The method was developed based on their extensive research and clinical experience and is based on a two-pronged approach to heart disease prevention: periodontal therapy and arterial therapy.

Gum disease has been shown to be a risk factor for heart disease. Periodontal therapy focuses on the health of the gums.  The BaleDoneen Method involves thorough dental cleanings and treatments to improve gum health and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Arterial therapy focuses on the health of the arteries, which are the blood vessels that carry blood from the heart to the rest of the body. The BaleDoneen Method involves regular assessments of arterial health and the use of targeted treatments, such as medication and lifestyle changes, to improve arterial health and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Healthy Gums & Preventing Heart Disease

The relationship between gum disease and heart disease is well-established. Numerous clinical studies have shown that gum disease, also known as periodontitis, is a significant risk factor for heart disease. The link between gum disease and heart disease is due to the presence of bacteria in the mouth that contribute to inflammation in the body, which is a known risk factor for heart disease. The specific bacteria that contribute to heart disease are known as Porphyromonas gingivalis and Tannerella forsythia.

These bacteria cause inflammation in the mouth by infecting the gums and causing ‘periodontitis’ or gum disease. The bacteria can then enter the bloodstream from the gums and cause inflammation in other parts of the body, including the arteries. This inflammation in the arteries can lead to the buildup of plaque, which can narrow the arteries and increase the risk of heart disease.

Treatments to reduce periodontal causes of heart disease include regular dental cleanings, treatments to improve gum health, and the use of antibiotics to reduce the number of bacteria in the mouth. Antibiotics can be used to target specific bacteria, such as Porphyromonas gingivalis and Tannerella forsythia, that are known to contribute to heart disease.

The BaleDoneen method focuses on treating and preventing gum disease to help reduce the risk of heart disease. Regular dental checkups and cleanings, along with targeted treatments such as antibiotics, can help reduce periodontal causes of heart disease and improve overall heart health. By helping patients take care of their oral health, the BaleDoneen Method can reduce the risk of heart disease and improvemen and women’s overall health and well-being.Top of Form

Ideal Candidates for BaleDoneen Method of Preventing Heart Disease

The BaleDoneen Method is ideal for anyone who is concerned about their risk of heart disease and wants to take a proactive approach to prevention. It is particularly well-suited for people with a family history of heart disease, those with high risk factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes, and those who have already been diagnosed with heart disease or have had a heart attack.

Why BaleDoneen is a Superior Method of Heart Disease Prevention

The BaleDoneen Method is a superior method of heart disease prevention for several reasons. Firstly, it takes a comprehensive approach to heart disease prevention, addressing both periodontal health and arterial health. This comprehensive approach has been shown to be more effective than traditional approaches that only focus on lifestyle changes.

Secondly, the BaleDoneen Method is personalized to each individual, taking into account their specific risk factors, medical history, and lifestyle. This personalized approach allows for a tailored treatment plan that is designed to meet the unique needs of each individual, making it more effective than one-size-fits-all approaches.

Thirdly, the BaleDoneen Method is based on the latest scientific research and has been shown to be highly effective in reducing the risk of heart disease. In clinical trials, patients who followed the BaleDoneen Method experienced significant improvements in their heart health, including lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels, and reduced risk of heart disease.

Heart Disease Prevention Doctor | Royal Oak, MI

Heart disease affect and kills millions of people worldwide. The BaleDoneen Method, now offered at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI, offers a new and innovative approach to heart disease prevention that is based on the latest scientific research and has been shown to be highly effective.

This method takes a comprehensive, integrative, and personalized approach to heart disease prevention, addressing both periodontal health and arterial health, and has been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease. And, in many cases, this method can replace the need for medications that can have unpleasant and even dangerous side effects.

If you’re concerned about your risk of heart disease, schedule an appointment at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI to discuss the BaleDoneen Method as a safe and effective way to improve your heart health and reduce your risk of heart disease.

Heart Disease Prevention Doctor | Royal Oak, MI: 248-997-4242

Restore Your Sex Life with Testosterone Replacement Therapy

TRT Treats Low Testosterone & Restores Libido & Performance

Low testosterone is a common issue that affects millions of men worldwide. Testosterone is a vital hormone that plays a key role in male sexual function, muscle mass, energy levels, and mood. When testosterone levels decline, men can experience a range of negative symptoms, including low libido, sexual dysfunction, and decreased physical performance.

However, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) – now available at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI – can help improve testosterone levels, alleviate these symptoms, and restore sexual performance and enjoyment!

In this article, the men’s sexual health experts at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI take a closer look at what causes low testosterone in men, how it negatively impacts male sexual drive and performance, and how HRT testosterone replacement therapy can help improve male libido and sexual performance.

What Causes Low Testosterone in Men?

There are a variety of factors that can contribute to low testosterone levels in men. As men age, testosterone production naturally declines, leading to symptoms of low testosterone. Other factors that can contribute to low testosterone include obesity, type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, and certain medications. Chronic stress and lack of physical activity can also contribute to low testosterone levels, as can certain medical conditions such as hypogonadism and pituitary gland disorders.

Low Testosterone & Male Sexual Performance

Low testosterone levels can have a profound impact on male sexual function, drive, and performance. When testosterone levels are low, men may experience a decrease in libido, or sexual desire, which can lead to decreased sexual activity and relationship issues. Low testosterone can also cause sexual dysfunction, such as erectile dysfunction (difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection). Obviously, these symptoms can be very distressing for men and can lead to decreased self-esteem, confidence, and relationship problems.

Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is a treatment option for men with low testosterone levels. By increasing testosterone levels, TRT can help improve libido, sexual function, and physical performance, as well as alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety.

One of the primary benefits of TRT is its ability to improve libido and sexual function. By increasing testosterone levels, testosterone replacement therapy can help restore a man’s sexual desire and improve his ability to perform sexually. This can lead to increased sexual activity and improved relationships. In addition, testosterone replacement therapy can help improve erectile dysfunction, allowing men to achieve and maintain an erection more easily.

In addition to improving libido and sexual function, testosterone replacement therapy can also help improve physical performance, stamina, and energy in general. Testosterone plays a key role in muscle mass, strength, and energy levels. By increasing testosterone levels, TRT can help increase muscle mass, improve strength, and boost energy levels, leading to improved athletic performance and overall health.

Why Testosterone Therapy Pellets Are the Best Method to Treat Low T

Clinical research has shown that erection improvements from most methods of testosterone replacement therapy do not last long term. For TRT to be effective, experts agree that there must be consistent, ongoing testosterone replacement.

In addition to being inconvenient, twice-a-day testosterone pills, messy hormone creams, and weekly hormone injections, provide inconsistent delivery of testosterone that results in a roller coaster of testosterone ups and downs. Especially if a guy forgets, skips, or misses a dose – which is very easy to do.

But subdermal testosterone replacement pellets solve this problem! Tiny time released pellets that are inserted just twice a year under the skin constantly and consistently release the required dosages of testosterone. A single TRT pellet insertion lasts up to six months – and keeps a man’s hormone levels stable and balanced just like the body does!

Additionally, testosterone replacement pellets are not “one-size-fits all”. They are custom dosed and compounded for each individual patient, based on their blood work, to ensure that the exact dosages to restore your hormones levels is used. Additionally, the BioTe hormone pellets offered at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI are ‘bioidentical’ – meaning that they exactly replicate the molecular structure of the hormones produced by the body. So, they are not only more effective, but they are also much safer than synthetic hormones, as well as free of many of the side effects of lab-created hormones.

And, because BioTe time-released bioidentical hormone pellet therapy only requires a single insertion every six months, it eliminates the daily hassle of pills and topical creams and/or the pain of weekly injections.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Low T & ED | Royal Oak

If you have been experiencing a decrease in your sex drive or difficulties achieving or maintaining an erectile, schedule an appointment at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI. Dr. Fakih will conduct thorough bloodwork and determine if BioTe testosterone replacement pellets should be added to your treatment plan to help restore an active and satisfying sex life.

Low testosterone is a common issue that affects millions of men worldwide, leading to decreased libido and erection problems. But with the help of BioTe testosterone replacement therapy, you can restore your testosterone levels, improve your sexual and physical performance, and enjoy improved overall health, vitality, and well-being.

Low Testosterone Treatment | Royal Oak: 248-997-4242

Stop Osteoporosis Naturally with Hormone Replacement Therapy

How HRT Naturally Prevents & Reverses Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a debilitating condition that affects millions of women worldwide. It’s a disease that weakens bones and makes them more susceptible to fractures. With age, the risk of developing osteoporosis increases, making it crucial to take steps to prevent it from happening. One of the most effective treatments for osteoporosis is Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT).

In this article, the women’s health experts at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI explore why HRT is the best treatment and preventative for osteoporosis, including what women’s health organizations have to say about it.

Osteoporosis: The Silent Killer

Osteoporosis is a serious condition that can lead to serious consequences, including broken bones. Every year, millions of people suffer from broken bones due to osteoporosis. These fractures can be debilitating and even life-threatening, especially in older adults. In fact, the injury and mortality rates from broken bones due to osteoporosis are alarmingly high.

According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation, one in three women and one in five men over the age of 50 will suffer from an osteoporotic fracture. This means that millions of people are at risk of suffering from broken bones due to osteoporosis each year. These fractures can result in severe pain, limited mobility, and even death in some cases. In fact, the mortality rate for hip fractures due to osteoporosis is alarmingly high, with as many as 20% of patients dying within one year of their fracture.

Broken bones due to osteoporosis can also have a profound impact on a person’s quality of life. For example, a broken hip can result in limited mobility, making it difficult to perform daily activities such as walking, bathing, and getting dressed. In addition, the recovery period from a broken bone can be long and difficult, with many patients requiring rehabilitation and physical therapy. Furthermore, the emotional impact of broken bones can be devastating, leading to depression, anxiety, and decreased quality of life. These statistics highlight the need for effective treatments and preventatives for osteoporosis, in order to reduce the injury and mortality rates from broken bones.

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Prevents Osteoporosis

Several women’s health organizations have recommended the use of Hormone Replacement Therapy to prevent osteoporosis. The North American Menopause Society (NAMS), for example, has stated that HRT is the best treatment for osteoporosis. NAMS recommends HRT for women who are at high risk of osteoporosis and have a low risk of heart disease and breast cancer. The World Health Organization (WHO) has also endorsed HRT as an effective treatment for osteoporosis.

Hormone Replacement Therapy is a treatment that replaces hormones that are lost during the menopause transition. During this time, women experience a decline in the production of hormones such as estrogen, which is responsible for maintaining strong bones. HRT works by replenishing the hormones that are lost, which helps to reduce the risk of osteoporosis. This is because estrogen plays a critical role in maintaining healthy bones. When there is a decline in estrogen levels, bones become brittle and more susceptible to fractures. HRT helps to prevent this from happening by replenishing the hormones that are lost.

Why HRT is Better Than Medications to Prevent Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis medications can be effective in preventing bone loss, but they also come with many serious risks and side effects. It’s important to be aware of these dangers and side effects in order to make an informed decision about your treatment options.

Some of the most commonly prescribed osteoporosis medications include Boniva, Fosamax, and others. One of the potential dangers of osteoporosis medications is the risk of gastrointestinal side effects. These medications can irritate the esophagus and stomach, leading to symptoms such as heartburn, nausea, and vomiting. In severe cases, these side effects can lead to ulcers, esophageal erosions, and other serious complications.

Another potential danger of osteoporosis medications is the risk of atypical femur fractures. These fractures can occur spontaneously and without a known cause, and they can be difficult to treat. In some cases, they may require surgery, which can be painful and lead to a long recovery period.

In addition to these dangers, osteoporosis medications can also cause other side effects, such as muscle, joint, and back pain. Some people may also experience headaches, fatigue, and difficulty sleeping.

However, 100% natural Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) – now available at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI – is not known to come with any of these side effects.

HRT: The Safe Way to Prevent Osteoporosis

In addition to being an effective treatment for osteoporosis, Hormone Replacement Therapy is also extremely safe. In the past, there were concerns about the safety of HRT, but these have been largely addressed. Recent studies have shown that HRT is safe when taken at the right dose and for the right amount of time. Women who are considering HRT should discuss the risks and benefits with their doctor, and make an informed decision based on their own health and medical history.

It’s important to note that HRT is not recommended for all women. Women who have a history of breast cancer, blood clots, or stroke should not use HRT. Women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant should also avoid HRT. Women who have a family history of breast cancer should also discuss the risks and benefits of HRT with their doctor.

Osteoporosis Prevention with HRT | Royal Oak, MI

100% natural Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) – now available at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI – is the best treatment and preventative for osteoporosis. It’s a safe and effective way to reduce the risk of osteoporosis and has been recommended by several women’s health organizations.

If you have had a DEXA scan showing bone loss, or you are a woman who is at high risk of osteoporosis, schedule an appointment with Dr. Fakih at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI to discuss the benefits of HRT for helping to treat, prevent or even reverse osteoporosis.

HRT is a valuable tool for maintaining strong bones and reducing the risk of osteoporosis that can help women take control of their health, to ensure that they remain strong and healthy for years to come.

HRT Osteoporosis Treatment | Royal Oak: 248.997.4242

Menopause Hair Loss? HRT Can Help!

HRT Can Stop & Even Reverse Menopause Hair Loss

The hormonal changes during menopause can lead to many frustrating and uncomfortable side effects. However, perhaps no symptom of menopause is more frustrating than thinning hair. Decreased levels of estrogen due to menopause can impact hair growth and cause a woman’s hair to become thin and sparse.

Estrogen plays a role in maintaining the growth phase of the hair cycle, and when levels decrease, the hair growth phase is shortened, leading to thinner and weaker hair. Additionally, lower levels of estrogen can lead to an increase in the levels of androgens, such as testosterone, which can also contribute to female hair loss.

The great news is that 100% natural Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI can help replace missing hormones and alleviate many of the symptoms of menopause – including hair loss in many cases!

How Do I Know if My Hair Loss is Due to Menopause?

One way to determine if your hair loss is due to menopause is to track the timing of your hair loss in relation to your menstrual cycle and menopausal symptoms. If your hair loss began around the same time as your menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes and irregular periods, it is more likely that it is related to hormonal changes associated with menopause.

Additionally, patterns of hair loss can also indicate the cause. Menopausal women tend to experience diffuse hair loss, which is hair thinning all over the scalp, whereas other causes of hair loss, such as androgenic alopecia (female pattern baldness), can result in a more specific pattern of hair loss, such as a receding hairline or thinning at the crown.

However, the best way to determine if your hair loss may be due to menopause is to undergo hormone level testing at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI. We offer blood testing to evaluate your hormone levels, as well as to check for any underlying medical condition and rule out other causes of hair loss.

It’s important to note that hair loss can also be caused by a combination of factors, such as genetics, age, hormonal changes, and certain medical conditions or medications. So, hormone level blood testing at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI is important to definitively diagnose insufficient hormone levels.

Can Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) help menopausal hair loss?

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may help menopausal hair loss by replacing the hormones that are lost during menopause. Specifically, HRT can help to raise estrogen levels, which can help to prolong the growth phase of the hair cycle and reduce hair loss.

HRT is often prescribed to women who are experiencing hot flashes, night sweats, and other symptoms of menopause, and it can also be used to treat other menopause-related conditions, such as osteoporosis. But HRT can also be effective at slowing, stopping, and in some cases even reversing hair loss due to menopause.

Other Symptoms of Hormone Deficiency that HRT Can Help

To determine if you have a hormone deficiency, schedule an appointment at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak, MI where Dr. Fakih can conduct blood tests to measure the levels of hormones in your body.

In addition to hair loss, HRT can help many other signs and symptoms of menopausal hormone deficiency including:

  • Fatigue
  • Weight gain
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Sleep problems
  • Brain Fog
  • Hot flashes or night sweats
  • Low libido
  • Bone loss
  • Decreased muscle mass

Why HRT Is Better than Other Hair Loss Treatments

If a hormone deficiency is detected, HRT naturally corrects the underlying problem itself, without the dangers and side effects of harsh synthetic medications.

Both topical and oral medicines can promote female hair growth, but they have a number of unfavorable side effects. Breast sensitivity, a decline in libido, and excessive hair growth in unwelcome areas are all potential side effects of finasteride (Propecia or Proscar). Unwanted face and/or body hair, fainting, chest discomfort, limb swelling, weight gain, exhaustion, and trouble breathing are all side effects of minoxidil (Rogaine).

In addition to HRT, Dr. Fakih at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak may be able to prescribe dietary supplements and shampoos that work with your body – naturally – to help halt hair loss and encourage hair regeneration in menopausal women.

HRT for Menopause Hair Loss | Royal Oak, MI

If you are a woman who is experiencing thinning hair, it may be due to the hormonal decline of perimenopause or menopause. The good news is that you CAN do something about this!

The hormonal changes during menopause can lead to decreased levels of estrogen, which can impact hair growth and many other aspects of health and well-being. But HRT can restore hormone balance and alleviate many of these problems – including thinning hair.

Schedule an appointment with Dr. Fakih at Prosperity Health in Royal Oak for an evaluation and testing to see if HRT is right for you!

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) | Royal Oak: 248.997.4242