Having hormone levels at optimal ranges is foundational for a high quality of health. Disruptions such as every day stress, sleep cycles, diet, and environmental factors can affect our hormone levels. At Natural Medicine of Seattle, we know every one is unique and your recommendations will be tailored to your needs.
Conditions we screen for and treat:
- Thyroid: hypothyroid, hyperthyroid
- Autoimmune conditions
- Adrenal “fatigue”
- Feelings of burnout
- Low libido, low drive
- High or low cortisol
- PMS and PMDD
- Peri-menopause and Menopause
- Testosterone, estrogen, progesterone metabolism
- Birth Control Counseling
- Family Planning
Lab testing: We use an array of analysis options, from blood, to salivary, to urine to dive into your hormone levels and see how they are being metabolized. We are also practitioners of the DUTCH test and OATs test.
“I was exercising often, sleeping well and eating right yet still couldn’t shake the haze I’d been walking through.
I’m glad I took a leap of faith and made the investment. Very shortly after my first visit and a few amino/vitamin adjustments later I felt back to my normal healthy self.
I recently went back for a follow up to find my mood change wasn’t just mental, my blood work showed great improvements based on the recommendations she made.”
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