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Feeling Off? Are Your Hormones to Blame?

If you’re a woman over 40 experiencing symptoms like insomnia, fatigue and a general sense of just not feeling like yourself, hormonal imbalances may be the cause. SaveWay specializes in addressing these imbalances by creating highly customized medications that help restore your well-being.

Hormonal changes, which vary in intensity and pace, often affect women as they approach their mid-40s or earlier. Recognizing that you’re not feeling like yourself is the first step toward regaining vitality.

Our dedicated team of knowledgeable professionals at SaveWay is ready to guide you on your journey to better health. We collaborate closely with you and your healthcare provider to create personalized compounded medications designed to address your specific needs. To begin your path to optimal health, fill out our health form today, and let us assist you.

How Do I Know if My Hormones are Low or Imbalanced?

To determine if your hormones are low or imbalanced:

  1. Recognize symptoms, such as irregular periods, mood swings or fatigue.
  2. Keep a symptom diary for tracking.
  3. Consult a healthcare provider who specializes in women’s health.
  4. Undergo hormone level tests.
  5. Discuss medical history and undergo a physical exam.
  6. Consider additional diagnostic tests if needed.
  7. Explore treatment options, which may include lifestyle changes or medications.
  8. Get professional guidance to diagnose and manage hormone imbalances effectively.


Hormone imbalances in women can manifest in various symptoms, and these symptoms can vary depending on which hormones are affected and to what degree. Common symptoms of hormone imbalance in women may include:

  • Night sweats
  • Fatigue
  • Weight gain
  • Depression and mood swings
  • Low libido
  • Brain fog
  • Headaches
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Insomnia
  • Decreased muscle and skin tone
  • Sleep issues
  • Vaginal dryness


What Can I Do If My Hormones are Low or Imbalanced?

If you suspect hormone imbalances due to symptoms like mood swings or fatigue, consult a specialized healthcare provider who can conduct hormone tests to identify imbalances.

They may recommend BioIdentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) tailored to your needs. To explore BHRT options, contact SaveWay for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT)

  • How does BHRT work?

    BHRT uses hormones that are chemically identical to those the body produces naturally, offering a personalized approach to treating symptoms of hormonal imbalances. These imbalances may arise from menopause, andropause, thyroid disorders and other conditions.

  • What are the benefits of BHRT?

    The key benefits of BHRT include:

    • Enhanced Well-being and Energy: BHRT can significantly improve sleep quality and reduce disturbances, leading to increased energy levels and vitality. This helps in tackling the fatigue often associated with hormonal imbalances.
    • Mood, Mental Health and Cognitive Function: By stabilizing hormones, BHRT can alleviate mood swings, depression and anxiety, while improving mental clarity and cognitive function, enhancing overall mental well-being.
    • Sexual Health and Bone Density: BHRT addresses sexual health issues such as low libido and vaginal dryness, and supports bone health by improving bone density, thereby reducing the risk of osteoporosis and fractures.
    • Skin Health: It also contributes to maintaining skin hydration, elasticity and thickness, promoting a youthful appearance.
  • Does BHRT cause side effects?

    Yes, while BHRT is designed to mimic the body’s natural hormones closely and is often well-tolerated, some individuals may experience transitional side effects as the body adjusts to new levels of hormones. These side effects are usually temporary and often resolve as hormone levels stabilize. Common side effects include:

    • Mood Swings and Emotional Changes: As hormone levels adjust, some individuals may experience mood fluctuations, including feelings of anxiety or irritability.
    • Fatigue: Initial adjustments to hormone levels may lead to feelings of tiredness or fatigue, which typically improve with time.
    • Skin Reactions: Some individuals might notice skin irritation or redness at the site of hormone application, especially with topical forms of BHRT.
    • Weight Changes: Temporary changes in weight or body composition can occur as the body adjusts to new hormone levels.
    • Headaches and Nausea: During the initial phase of therapy, some people may experience headaches or nausea, which usually diminish over time.
    • Breast Tenderness: This is a common side effect, particularly in the early stages of therapy, as the body adapts to changes in hormone levels.
  • Can compound medications be customized for my specific health needs as a woman?

    Yes, our compounded medications are customized to meet your specific health needs. They are formulated to match your hormone levels and dosage preferences, keeping any allergies or sensitivities in mind.

  • Are compounded hormones a safe and effective option for managing menopause symptoms?

    Compounded medications are safe and effective when prepared by a licensed compounding pharmacy following strict quality and safety standards. However, their regulation can vary by region or country. It’s essential to work with a reputable compounding pharmacy that adheres to applicable regulations and quality assurance protocols to ensure the safety of compounded medications for women’s health conditions.

  • Do I need insurance to cover compounded medications for women's health?

    Insurance coverage for compounded medications varies. It’s essential to check with your insurance provider for coverage details and potential costs. Some compounding pharmacies may offer financial assistance or payment plans for their compounded medications.

  • Can compound medications help with fertility and reproductive health issues in women?

    Yes, compounded medications can assist with reproductive health challenges and fertility treatments by:

    • Correcting Hormonal Imbalances: Tailoring compounded medications to balance crucial hormones like estrogen and progesterone, enhancing ovulation and regulating menstrual cycles.
    • Stimulating Ovulation: Customizing treatments for women with ovulatory disorders, such as PCOS, to encourage ovulation and improve chances of conception.
    • Regulating Thyroid Function: Adjusting thyroid hormone levels with compounded medications to support reproductive health and fertility.
    • Supporting the Luteal Phase: Using compounded progesterone supplements to aid the post-ovulation phase, crucial for implantation and early pregnancy maintenance.
    • Improving Sperm Quality: Although focused on women’s health, certain compounded formulations can also enhance male fertility by boosting sperm motility and quality.
    • Customizing Dosages and Forms: Offering medications in various forms (e.g., creams, gels, capsules) with precise dosages tailored to individual needs, ensuring optimal absorption and patient compliance.
  • Are there any potential side effects or risks associated with compounded medications for women's health?

    Like any medication, compounded medications can carry potential side effects and risks. However, when prepared and administered under the guidance of a qualified healthcare provider, the risks are minimized.
    Choose a reputable compounding pharmacy to ensure the quality and safety of your compounded medications.

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