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Menopause and Postmenopausal Care

The professionals at Women's Health Group offer the care you need before, during, and after menopause.

In addition to standard, traditional options for menopause care, we also offer natural treatments. Click the boxes above to learn more about our traditional treatment options and natural treatments for menopause care.

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Hormone Imbalances

Hormone Imbalances in Denver

Hormonal imbalances are among the most commonly undiagnosed conditions in the U.S. Millions of men and women experience the daily ups and downs of imbalanced hormones, whether due to reproductive issues, adrenal fatigue, or thyroid disorders like hypothyroidism.

Instead of turning to synthetic hormones and prescription drugs that can wreak further havoc on the body, we believe in natural solutions that bring balance to the body’s hormonal system.

Diagnosing Hormone Imbalances

Hormonal imbalances can make you feel not quite like yourself. You may experience fatigue, depression, or even weight gain. Understanding the cause of your hormone imbalance is important to determine the right course of treatment. When you come in for an exam and consultation, we will evaluate your symptoms and run tests to determine whether you are deficient in hormones or have a hormonal condition that may be manageable with certain lifestyle changes and holistic treatment. Several conditions can lead to hormone imbalances. These can include:
Adrenal fatigue
Reproductive issues
Hormone imbalances

Signs and Symptoms of Hormone Imbalances

Though hormones can fluctuate at every stage of life, aging and certain conditions can lead to chronic unbalanced hormones — with resulting unpleasant side effects. The symptoms you experience will depend on the cause of your hormone imbalance.


  • Fatigue
  • Dry skin
  • Constipation
  • Sensitivity to cold
  • Irregular menstruation

Adrenal Fatigue

  • Chronic fatigue/difficulty getting out of bed
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Difficulty coping with stress
  • Feeling like an ‘evening person; most energetic at nigh

Hormonal Imbalance

  • Low libido
  • Anxiety and/or depression
  • Weight gain
  • Insomnia and fatigue
  • Hot flashes (women)
  • Loss of muscle mass

Treatment for Hormone Imbalances 

Treatment can offer great relief from your symptoms, and the good news is that it doesn’t have to be synthetic or invasive. We’re proud to offer natural treatment options that target the source of your hormone imbalances, including natural thyroid hormone replacement and bioidentical hormone therapy for people with estrogen, progesterone, and androgen imbalances.

If we suspect adrenal fatigue, there are several natural remedies you can try. We may suggest adopting stress management techniques, better sleep habits, regular exercise, and a healthy diet to manage the condition — and even reverse it altogether.

Speak With a Doctor in Metro Denver Today

You don’t have to live with the discomfort of hormone imbalances. Reach out to connect with a specialist from The Women’s Health Group today.
What is hypothyroidism?
Hypothyroidism is a common condition that occurs when the thyroid doesn’t produce and circulate enough of the thyroid hormone in your bloodstream. This causes your metabolism to slow down and can affect your entire body. It is most likely to occur in women and people over age 50.
What is adrenal fatigue?
The adrenal glands produce many hormones that are essential to life. A condition known as adrenal insufficiency describes an insufficient production of one or more of these hormones resulting from disease or surgery. Sometimes, excess stress can result in something known as adrenal fatigue, leading to tiredness, weakness, and trouble falling asleep.
When should I see my doctor about a hormonal imbalance?
Hormones are powerful chemicals, and if your levels are out of alignment, you can experience significant discomfort as a result. If you are suffering from any new or persistent symptoms, we invite you to reach out and make an appointment with our office.
Can I prevent hormonal imbalances?

Many types of hormone imbalances aren’t preventable, but in general, maintaining a healthy lifestyle will help keep your hormones balanced. Some great ways to improve your health include:

  • Getting enough sleep
  • Making time for exercise
  • Eating a healthy diet with fruits and vegetables
  • Reducing your stress
  • Quitting smoking