Rejuvenation Program

Hormone Booster Program

As we age, the level of hormones in the body for both women (oestrogen) and men (testosterone) will decline. In women, the decline in oestrogen and progesterone levels, a general cycle in life, is what leads to menopause. In men, the decline in testosterone levels will lead to Andropause. These inevitable changes in men and women have widespread effects on both physical and mental health.
For women, a change in hormone balance in the various stages in life such as puberty, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and menopause is a natural process. In addition to the already present hormonal imbalance that a woman face throughout her lifetime, a large number of women experience further hormonal imbalances attributed by other cause leading to detrimental effects on the physical and mental wellbeing of a woman. 
Hormone Enhancement Treatment for Women

Some common symptoms of hormonal imbalance in women includes:

Hormone Enhancement Treatment for Men

The lowered testosterone production in men can have the following symptoms:

Our program will help boost your hormone levels to reduce the risk of the symptoms mentioned above.
For more information on hormone imbalance or changes do contact us to book an appointment and speak with our medical professionals today!

Read more Oestrogen from Wiki here and Testosterone Wiki here

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Testosterone level will gradually decrease as we age and primarily affects a man’s well-being such as:

  • Low sexual desire
  • Less energy
  • Weight gain
  • Bioscor-HairLoass
    Hair loss
  • Low bone density

Testosterone is a hormone that is produced primarily in the testicles for men and the ovaries and adrenal glands for women. This hormone is essential in the development of male growth and masculine characteristics. It plays a key role in:

Frequently Asked Question

How often?

By a simple blood test.

How long will the test results take?

It can take approximately 3 weeks for the test results

How is a PAP Smear Done?

During the Pap smear test, a small brush is used to gently remove cells and mucus from the surface of the cervix and the area around it. The cells and mucus will then be sent to the lab for further analysis.