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Hormones & Fertility

Woman's HealthWomen naturally go through many stages in life that are strongly associated to their hormones – menstruation, fertility, and menopause. Each one of these stages can be disrupted if the internal hormone regulation is not effective. Some of the most common causes of deregulation include liver congestion, toxic accumulation, over/under production of hormones, dietary and lifestyle factors including stress, underlying uncontrolled inflammation, among others. Understanding which factors are at play is truly the key to overcoming any disruption in the natural stages of womanhood.

The Hormone Balancing Program is set up to review the underlying causes of hormonal deregulation via in-depth questioning, laboratory testing (extensive month long laboratory testing available if required), and if necessary physical examination. Hormone rebalancing often includes a combination of lifestyle and dietary recommendations, liver cleansing (in some cases), supplemental support, and, in more severe or tenacious cases, biopuncture. The final recommendations and methods utilized are dependent on a case by case basis since individualization is required for optimal success.

To take part in the Hormone Balancing Program please bring (if applicable) any laboratory testing, including hormone testing, completed by your MD to expedite the treatment process. Having a complete view of what is going on inside the body gives a better understanding on what treatment process needs to be undertaken. If you do not have copies, please fill out the Authorization For Release Of Records so that we may have copies sent over. If no testing has been done, Dr. V will most likely be requesting some laboratory testing during your visit for a complete view of your case.

NEW! Female gynecological exam

  • Manual breast exam, information on self examination, and pelvic exam (including Pap smear)
  • Length: 30 min
  • Fee: $115
  • NB: DynaLife will perform a reflex HPV test if required, for which there will be an additional cost