Thyroid Therapy for Women

Thyroid Therapy for Women

Thyroid Problems in Women
Thyroid Problems in Women

Thyroid Therapy for Women

What is the Thyroid Hormone?

The Thyroid Hormone helps the body convert food into energy and heat; it regulates body temperature as it impacts many other hormonal systems in the body.

Thyroid Therapy for women focuses on relieving all symptoms with Doctor- Directed – At Home Treatments, re-testing thyroid levels during treatment and monitoring your progress closely.

Thyroid Symptoms

Hypothyroidism, means that your thyroid gland is not making enough thyroid hormone. The thyroid gland is the butterfly shaped gland that is just below the voice box or larynx in your neck. Thyroid hormone works to regulate your metabolism, or the way your body uses energy. Recent studies show that more than 27 million adult Americans have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism.

More than half of all people affected by thyroid disease are unaware of their condition, and may have many symptoms, but not be diagnosed for years. 

Below are some of the many symptoms of hypothyroidism:

  • Fatigue
  • Cold and heat intolerance
  • Hypotension
  • Fluid retention
  • Dry skin and hair
  • Constipation
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Low sex drive
  • Infertility
  • Aching muscles and joints
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Weight gain
  • Insomnia

Are you having low thyroid symptoms?

With remote telemedicine, our Thyroid Therapies For Women let you improve your health on your schedule and from the comfort of your own home.

To Treat or Not To Treat?

Our team of experts at PeakPerforMAX have spent years in the field of hypothyroidism and will guide you through the duration of treatment.

 

What is “Clinical” and what is “Subclinical” Hypothyroid?

  • “Clinical” Hypothyroid: High serum thyrotropin (TSH) concentration and a low serum free thyroxine (T4) concentration
  • “Subclinical” Hypothyroid (SCH): Normal free T4 (FT4) in the presence of an elevated TSH concentration

Hypothyroidism Causes

There can be many reasons why the cells in the thyroid gland can’t make enough thyroid hormone. Here are the major causes, from the most to the least common.

  • Autoimmune disease
  • Surgical removal of part or all of the thyroid gland
  • Radiation treatment
  • Thyroiditis
  • Medicines
  • Too much or too little iodine
  • Damage to the pituitary gland
  • Rare disorders that infiltrate the thyroid

Hypothyroidism Diagnosis

The interaction between thyroid hormones and your other hormones is too critical to ignore. Better aging means balancing everything—including the thyroid. 

  • Our doctor will go over your symptoms to see if they are consistent with low thyroid.
  • Order preliminary laboratory workup: TSH, T3, T4, RT3, TT3, TT3/RT3, T3/T4
  • Test Thyroid Antibodies (Anti‐peroxidase), (Anti‐thyroglobulin)
  • If treatment is required, our doctors prescribe bioidentical thyroid.
  • Follow-up testing of your thyroid levels to be sure that they are optimal. (Six weeks after treatment begins)

Treat Hypothyroidism With Thyroid Therapy For Women Today

The first step in treating Hypothyroidism is to go over your symptoms to see if they are consistent with low thyroid. Then perform routine lab work. If considered necessary, your doctor will prescribe bioidentical thyroid. This critical step usually helps resolve many of the uncomfortable and debilitating symptoms many men experience but don’t treat.


Are you ready to address the underlying causes, discover lifestyle modifications, and start feeling better? Contact us today so we can help alleviate your symptoms of Hypothyroidism.


At PeakPerforMAX we deliver hormone replacement therapies safely, discreetly, and without the hassle of in-person doctors visits. Just click the fast track option below and get started right away. Completely confidential and from the comfort of your own home. You can select a convenient time to speak to a Peak licensed medical specialist right away. 

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