Author Archives: Katy Kelly

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How Will HRT Affect My Sex Drive?

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Advertisements promoting treatments for erectile dysfunction seem to be everywhere. Yet, low libido (sex drive) is a condition that gets much less attention even though it affects many men—and women. Low testosterone levels (commonly called Low T) can make it difficult to become aroused as aging upsets the delicate balance of hormones, causing men to…

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How Long Before Hormone Replacement Therapy Works?

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Men diagnosed with low levels of testosterone—often called "Low T"—experience symptoms ranging from lack of energy and productivity, reduced sex drive, depression, and brain fog. Once they've decided to get testosterone replacement therapy at our clinics in the Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas, they're anxious to know when they can expect to notice results.…

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How Is Hormone Replacement Therapy Monitored?

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As you begin hormone replacement therapy (HRT), you may be unsure of what to expect in the long run. HRT is a powerful way to improve your long-term quality of life, but that does mean it involves a long-term commitment. Fortunately, careful monitoring during each step of the process makes sure your treatment is always…

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Bioidentical vs Synthetic Hormones: Why Each Is Useful

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Women and men considering hormone replacement therapy in our Baton Rouge and Metairie clinics often ask whether bioidentical or synthetic hormones are more beneficial and if one type is safer than the other. The answer is that patients can benefit from either type of hormone, and there's little evidence to suggest that one type is…

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Bioidentical or Synthetic Hormones: What’s the Difference?

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If you're reading this blog post, you likely have some interest in hormone replacement therapy in the Baton Rouge area as a way to address a condition or conditions related to hormonal imbalances. There's also a pretty good chance that you're confused about the differences between bioidentical and synthetic hormones. Hopefully, this blog post can…

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COVID-19 Notice

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At Rejuvime Medical our number one priority continues to be the health and safety of our patients. Please know we are prepared to continue business at full capacity at our clinic locations. Safety continues to be a priority for us as it is for all of you. With that in mind, we are prepared to…

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How Do I Talk to My Spouse About Starting HRT?

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Choosing to start is a very personal decision. At our Baton Rouge-area practice, we remind patients that everyone experiences aging—there is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of.  Unfortunately, sometimes men and women can feel uncomfortable talking about their hormone struggles. They may be unsure of how to broach the subject and explain to friends or…

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HRT: Are There Side Effects of Starting or Stopping?

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If you’re interested in hormone replacement therapy (HRT), you likely have some questions about the possible side effects of introducing additional hormones to your body or decreasing them if you decide to stop treatment. Hormones significantly affect many aspects of your physical and emotional well-being, which is why it’s important to work with an experienced…

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Are You a Candidate for HRT? Here’s How to Know

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Aging isn’t always a smooth, simple process. Many men and women struggle with unwanted side effects that can cause physical or mental discomfort. (HRT) at our Baton Rouge or Metairie location can help reverse some of these problems. But how do you know if hormone replacement therapy is right for you? Our well-trained staff has…

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Cognitive Benefits of Hormone Therapy for Women

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New research published in October 2019 shows that long-term —such as treatments we offer in Baton Rouge and Metarie—is linked to improved cognitive health in post-menopausal women. These findings are especially important because almost two-thirds of all Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease are women. Raw numbers underscore the significance of that statistic: Of the 5.6…

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