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What Are Hormone Imbalances?

Women experience several periods of Hormone Imbalances change in their lifetime, primarily during puberty, menstruation, pregnancy and menopause.

Hormonal imbalances occur when there is too much or too little of a hormone in the body. Because of their essential role, even small hormonal imbalances can cause side effects throughout the body.

Hormones travel through the bloodstream to the tissues and organs, delivering messages that tell the organs what to do and when to do it.

Hormones help to regulate:

  • Metabolism and Appetite
  • Heart Rate
  • Sleep Cycles
  • Reproductive Cycles and Sexual Function
  • Body Temperature
  • Mood and Stress Levels
  • General Growth and Development

Additional Symptoms:

Men and women alike can be affected by imbalances in Hormone Imbalances, insulin, steroids, growth hormones, and adrenaline. Women may also experience imbalances in estrogen and progesterone levels, while men are more likely to experience Hormone Imbalances in testosterone levels.


  • Weight Change
  • Unexplained or Excessive Sweating
  • Difficulty Sleeping
  • Dry Skin or Skin Rashes
  • Changes in Heart Rate
  • Irritability and General Mood Changes
  • Fatigue
  • Increased Thirst
  • Mood Swings Which Can Include Depression and Anxiety
  • Headaches
  • Reduced Sex Drive, Painful Intercourse and Reduced Lubrication
  • Thinning, Brittle Hair
  • Breast Tenderness


Treatment options are individualized according to the patient’s condition and physical state.

Treatment modalities can include prescription medication and individualized supplementation, hormone optimization through intravenous therapies

Options include:

  • Topical Which Include Progesterone Cream

  • Oral Contraceptives or Oral Supplementation’s

  • Intramuscular Injections

  • Vaginal Hormonal Preparations

  • Regenerative Therapies Which Include PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and Stem Cells

What Is Libido?

Libido is a person’s desire for sexual activity and how often we have sexual thoughts, which are mainly governed by healthy levels of testosterone in men and women.

The effect of testosterone is on the higher level functions of the brain that encompass language, imagination, perception and planning. Libido being abstract thoughts is, therefore, part of the higher-level functions of the brain.

By keeping and maintaining healthy levels of testosterone, we feel better and function optimally.

What Causes Low Libido

Medication, chronic illnesses and hormonal, anatomical, Hormone Imbalances, psychological stresses and socio – economic circumstances can disrupt a woman’s arousal process.

Symptoms Of Low Libido

  • Avoiding intimate thoughts and interactions
  • Decreased sexual thoughts and fantasies
  • Decreased frequency of thoughts and fantasy
  • Brain Fog
  • Avoiding Intimate Thoughts & Interactions
  • I’m not feeling intimate
  • Avoiding Intimate Thoughts & Interactions


Our “Renew – Shot”, using PRP, is a revolutionary non-surgical, in-rooms that helps improve intimate health and functioning. PRP is when your own blood is taken, which is then centrifuged to separate the red blood cells from the platelet rich plasma (PRP). PRP uses a woman’s own platelets which is 5-10 times richer in growth factors than whole blood. The PRP is injected into specific areas of the vagina with the aid of local anaesthetic cream.

The procedure has minimal discomfort and is quick and effective.

You Can Expect The Following Results


FSIAD is a functional disease, affecting about 40% of women of all age groups.

Studies have shown that low sexual desire, Hormone Imbalances and arousal is not specific to your age.

  • Decreased sexual desire, arousal and pleasure during intimacy
  • No intention to initiate intimacy and unreceptive to your partner’s attempts
  • Lack of general sensation

What is sexual dysfunction?

Persistent, recurrent problems with sexual response, desire, orgasm, or pain during intercourse (dyspareunia).


Vaginal atrophy

Post-menopausal women can experience thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal walls that may occur when your body has less oestrogen. 

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI)

Women who have had multiple vaginal births may suffer from SUI, as it relates to the weakening of the sphincter and pelvic floor muscles. SUI is when urine leaks out with sudden pressure on the bladder and urethra, causing the sphincter muscles to open briefly. 


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