Dr. Terese Harris, MD
Terese Harris, MD is a board-certified Gynecologist specializing in Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement and all aspects of Regenerative Medicine .
Dr. Harris is also a Board Certified with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. The combination of her advanced education leaves her uniquely qualified to help you attain optimal Health naturally and to feel and look youthful.
Dr. Harris received her training as a Gynecologist at the University of Arizona. Her Fellowship training in Anti-aging Medicine is with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
Dr Harris has 30 years experience using Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement therapies. She treats both women and men for HRT. Other specialties are Sexual Health and Mid-Life issues.
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Bioidentical Hormones for Hormone Replacement As we age, our natural, endogenous hormone levels decline. Environmental toxins, drug interactions and diet may also lower our hormones. Hormones are necessary for the body to work properly. They work as little messengers to control the function of every cell in our body. What are Bioidentical Hormones? These are hormones made in a lab just like other medications, yet they are identical to the molecular structure of the hormones made in your...
What is Hormone Pellet Therapy Pellet therapy uses hormones derived from natural plant sources to replicate the body’s normal hormonal levels. Patients have found that bio-identical hormone replacement therapy with pellet implants is extremely effective. Implants, placed under the skin, consistently release small, physiologic doses of hormones that provide optimal therapy. Pellets contain a natural plant source of estrogen or testosterone. A compounding pharmacist, using strict...
What is Perimenopause? Everyone seems to know the definition of menopause. This is when your periods have stopped for one full year. But what really is Perimenopause? This is the 5-10 years prior to menopause where hormone levels start to fluctuate and eventually decrease. Most women don’t recognize this as a hormonal change and generally see it as life just becoming a little harder or having a few more “bad days”. The closest feeling to Perimenopause is...