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Love, Libido and Hormones; Low Hormone Levels Could Be the 'Cupid Culprit,' Says BodyLogicMD's Dr. Savage.

With Valentine's Day approaching, thoughts of love and romance are in the air. Many men might find it the perfect time to buy some sexy lingerie for their loved one; but some women might be searching for their libido.

Women suffering from no or low libido are trying to figure out why. No gift of lingerie will be appreciated if a woman is feeling unattractive, undesirable, and not interested in sex.

"Hormonal imbalance can be the cause for low libido and general disinterest in sex for women," said BodyLogicMD Founder Dr. Paul Savage, who is working with a network of doctors across the country to fight hormone imbalance. "Using bioidentical hormone therapy can help women regain their sexual desires and feel alive again."

Experts say that loss of desire and sex drive may be directly related to a woman's lower estrogen, progesterone, or testosterone levels, which often happens during menopause. A low sex drive is the most common sexual complaint made by women -- up to 30% to 40% of them, according to experts in hormonal imbalance.

Even younger women not yet experiencing the clinical 'menopause' can feel the effect of a hormonal imbalance as it relates to their sex life. Brought on by stress, women are losing hormones long before actual menopause.

Besides biology, the following factors can affect female libido:

--Quality of the relationship

--Attitudes of upbringing

--Support of peer group

--Quality of touch and sex

--Understanding of partners



--Use of medications

"At BodyLogicMD, each patient's hormone levels are evaluated using saliva and blood testing," said Dr. Savage. "We then use bioidentical hormone therapy coupled with proper nutrition and fitness to correct any imbalance."

"I wasn't ready to give up my sex life," said one BodyLogicMD patient. "Once starting the bioidentical hormone therapy, my libido was back and I was enjoying my sexuality again like I did when I was younger!"

BodyLogicMD physicians use bioidentical, or natural hormones, to treat their patients. Unlike synthetic hormones, more commonly used by physicians today, bioidentical hormones replicate the body's own natural hormones. They make women feel normal again without any adverse side effects.

"Our physicians carefully evaluate each patient and treat each unique situation accordingly," stated Dr. Savage.

BodyLogicMD uses the finest and most reputable compounding pharmacies, including Medhaus, to formulate the exact combination of bioidentical hormones for each patient to achieve hormonal balance.
BodyLogicMD Chicago Location:
Dr. Paul Savage
4753 N. Broadway Street, Suite 101
Chicago, IL 60640
For appointments and information call 866-535-2563

BodyLogicMD Jacksonville Location:
Dr. Gary Bernard
1996 Kingsley Avenue,
Orange Park, FL 32073 across From Orange Park Medical Center.
For appointments and information call 904-276-5700

BodyLogicMD Naples Location:
Dr. Gary Gallo
5440 Park Central Court, Suite 2
Naples, Florida 34109
For appointments and information call 239-593-7766

About BodyLogicMD

Founded in 2003, BodyLogicMD offers bioidentical hormone therapy, nutrition and fitness to women and men. Its nationwide network of anti-aging physicians helps those suffering from hormonal imbalance, menopause and andropause.
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