Posted August 25, 2021
By Dr. Luis Dominguez In Women's Health

HRT Can Be a Good Treatment for Women with Severe Headaches

Menopause Treatment for Women

Migraine and other severe headache syndromes are closely linked to hormones. This is why women going through menopause can often suffer from debilitating headaches.

Our menopause treatment program can offer a valid solution to these headaches. There can be many factors that contribute to severe headaches in both men and women.

However, the influence of hormones, and their fluctuating nature, is largely responsible for women who suffer migraines.

Pregnancy, monthly menstrual cycles, and age all play havoc with a woman’s hormones. Estrogen, in particular, has been found to be very intricately linked to the brain chemicals that can cause severe headaches.

Migraines, in particular, increase in women as estrogen levels drop. This is why migraine and cluster headache is a common symptoms of menopause.

So, could hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, be an effective treatment for women with severe or chronic headaches?

Research tends to say “yes,”, especially for perimenopausal and menopausal women who are experiencing hormone-related headaches. Women who have struggled with migraines all of their lives often find that they get even worse once they enter their post-child-bearing years.

Other hormone-related headaches, such as tension and cluster headaches, also tend to increase during perimenopause and menopause. There are also women who have never had migraines before who experience “menopause migraines” for the first time.

For all of these women over 40 who may be experiencing headaches and the other uncomfortable symptoms of menopause, HRT is a safe and effective treatment.

HRT for Women is Good for More Than Just Headaches

Menopause treatment for Women Miami FL

There has been a lot of controversy about the use of HRT. Many of the myths and misconceptions about the safety of HRT for women have recently been debunked.

Recent studies have shown, for example, that there is no link between HRT and an increased risk of cancer or heart disease.

HRT is still the safest and most effective treatment currently available for not only the onset of headaches but the other debilitating symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats.

Even if you are not experiencing any of those symptoms, if you are a woman between the ages of 35 and 55, HRT can have you looking and feeling younger!

And the many benefits of hormone replacement therapy for women do not stop there. Many women on HRT have found that HRT can increase libido, lessen vaginal dryness, and otherwise improve their sex lives!

What Every Woman Needs to Know Hormone Replacement Therapy and Menopause

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is the most effective treatment option for relieving the typical symptoms of menopause.

Estrogen replacement has been proven to minimize the most common and well-known symptoms of menopause, such as night sweats, hot flashes, and mood swings.  However, as women enter menopause, estrogen is not the only hormone level that drops.

Menopausal women also experience a marked decline in testosterone and human growth hormone (HGH). That is why our HRT programs for women may be combined with other hormone replacement treatments such as testosterone therapy and HGH therapy.

At NuLife, we realize that not all women going through menopause will experience the same set of symptoms, nor do you have to be in menopause to benefit from HRT.

We will tailor your hormone replacement program to your unique needs and lifestyle to maximize your benefits and optimize your results.

If you would like to learn a little bit more about the many life-changing benefits of hormone replacement therapy for women, please contact us today.

Meet The Doctor

Miami hormones specialist

Dr. Luis Dominguez, D.O.

Medical Director

Dr. Dominguez’s primary area of specialization is the power of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). He has extensive expertise in sexual health and regenerative medicine …

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