Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in Bournemouth
At Nuffield Health Bournemouth Hospital our expert gynaecologists can provide you with rapid access to hormone replacement therapy which can help counteract the symptoms of the menopause. Read more…
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Why choose Nuffield Health Bournemouth Hospital for your hormone replacement therapy?
Our experienced gynaecologists at Nuffield Health Bournemouth Hospital can provide you with a personal hormone replacement treatment plan that will help you battle the unpleasant symptoms of the menopause. HRT can be administered in a range of different ways and our gynaecological consultants can quickly identify and advise you on the most effective treatment for you.
Did you know Nuffield Health Bournemouth Hospital was the first Nuffield establishment to open in the UK? It's legacy, customer service and exemplary patient satisfaction has set the bar high for other Nuffield Health Hospitals across the country to follow. So you can rest assured when you receive your HRT treatment with us, you are in the hands of the women's health experts.
Menopausal women often experience unpleasant symptoms:
- Hot flushes
- Night sweats and sleeplessness
- Vaginal dryness
- Urinary tract infection
- Headache and joint pain
- Reduced sex drive.
How we can help you get through the menopause at Nuffield Health Bournemouth Hospital
We offer treatment to make the menopause easier. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) replaces your lost hormones to counteract the effects of the menopause. Your gynaecology consultant in Bournemouth can recommend the right type of HRT for you.
The most common way to have HRT is by a daily tablet, but there are other ways:
- A skin patch applied to the skin
- A small pellet or implant under the skin
- Gel medication applied to the skin
- Nasal spray.
Key benefits of HRT treatment:
- Relief from hot flushes and uncomfortable night sweats
- Maintenance of muscles tone, helping reduce any incontinence problems
- Reduced mood swings
- Reduced risk of osteoporosis – oestrogen in the HRT stimulates bone building.
UK women get little support, advice or treatment for symptoms relating to menopause and hormonal changes, according to new research out today, resulting in one in four women saying they are struggling to cope with aspects of life due to their symptoms.