How bioidentical hormones are used in the body

Boidentical hormones are identical in chemical structure, shape and size to human hormones. Because they mimic the hormones the body makes, they are recognized by specific receptors, leading to precise utilization and predictable intracellular activity. This eliminates many of the unwanted and undesirable side effects of Hormone Replacement Therapy and allows bioidenticals to work more effectively as a treatment option.

Paracelsus is able to treat a variety of hormone imbalance issues for both men and women.

Transgender Care
We offer care to transgender and nonbinary patients in Pasadena and Redlands. Feminizing and masculinizing hormone therapy is available using injections, pills or creams, depending on patient needs and preferences. We use an informed consult models for adults (18 years or older). We are happy to work with trans, nonbinary and questioning kids and their parents too. We also offer primary care and physicals for trans and nonbinary individuals in a supportive environment.

Bioidentical hormones can be used to treat symptoms of hormone imbalance.

Do I need bioidentical hormones?

Learn more about how bioidentical hormones function in the body and used to treat hormone imbalances.

What about bioidentical hormones for transgender patients?

Bioidentical hormones are recommended for transgender patients looking for hormone therapy.

Paracelsus Natural Family Health Center can provide guidance in using hormone therapy.