BHRT stands for Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. The “B” stands for Bio-Identical, not bio-“similar.”
During pharmaceutical drug development, any modification in the chemical manufacturing process creates small but significant changes in the structure of the resulting drug, making it a “biosimilar.” (Source: McCamish, Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics 2012. pg 409 A).
The term “Bio-Identical,” as defined by experts from The Endocrine Society, is a compound that has exactly the same chemical and molecular structure as the hormones that are produced in the human body. (Source: Files Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2011. pg674 A)
Testosterone’s wide influence on various tissues and organ systems.
Erectile function and testicular health.
Prostate health and sperm production.
Sex drive, mood and cognitive function.
Creativity and memory.
Balance of lean muscle and fat.
Strength and endurance.
Red blood cell production.
Immune system regulation.
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