The intricate dance of hormones in our body dictates a multitude of physiological processes, from mood regulation to reproductive health. With age, or due to specific health conditions, hormonal levels may fluctuate, causing a ripple effect of symptoms. Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) offers a solution, helping to restore balance and quality of life. At Women’s Health Group, guided by Dr. Awad’s expertise, we emphasize a patient-centric approach to HRT, ensuring safety, efficacy, and a harmonious alignment with each individual’s unique needs.




Understanding Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Estrogen Only Therapy

For women who've had a hysterectomy.

Estrogen & Progesterone Therapy

Typically administered to women who have an intact uterus. This combination reduces the risk of endometrial cancer due to estrogen alone.

Bioidentical Hormones

These are chemically identical to those our bodies produce. They're sourced from plant estrogens.


Sometimes added to HRT for women who have a diminished sexual drive.

Why Consider HRT?

Menopausal Symptoms

Hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, and mood changes can be mitigated with HRT.

Bone Health

HRT can help prevent bone-thinning (osteoporosis).

Heart and Brain Health

Some research suggests HRT might reduce the risk of heart disease and cognitive decline, although the results are still debated.

The HRT Process at Women's Health Group

Initial Consultation

A comprehensive discussion about symptoms, medical history, and potential risks and benefits.

Personalized Treatment Plan

Crafting a regimen tailored to individual requirements, lifestyle, and health goals.

Diagnostic Evaluation

Blood tests and other diagnostics to assess hormone levels and individual needs.

Ongoing Monitoring

Regular assessments to ensure optimal dosing and monitor for side effects.

Weighing the Benefits and Risks

While HRT can be transformational, it's imperative to understand potential side effects and risks. We prioritize a transparent conversation about these, enabling informed decision-making.


Hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, and mood changes can be mitigated with HRT.


Depending on factors like age, type of HRT, and duration of treatment, there might be risks like blood clots, certain cancers, and stroke.

Alternative Therapies and Lifestyle Adjustments

Plant-based Therapies

Phytoestrogens like soy might offer relief for some individuals.

Lifestyle Modifications

Dietary changes, exercise, and stress-relief techniques can complement or sometimes even replace the need for HRT for some women.

Emotional and Mental Health Considerations

Hormonal shifts can significantly impact mood, mental clarity, and emotional well-being. We prioritize a holistic view, considering both physical and emotional dimensions, providing support and counseling as needed.

Incorporating Advances in HRT

Custom Compounding

Crafting specific hormone combinations to match individual needs.

New Administration Methods

Beyond pills – patches, gels, and implanted pellets are evolving HRT delivery.

Safety Protocols

Updated guidelines and recommendations to enhance the safety profile of HRT.

Embarking on the journey of Hormone Replacement Therapy is a deeply personal decision, intricately tied to one’s physical, emotional, and life-stage considerations. At Women’s Health Group, we believe in empowering every individual with the knowledge, support, and expertise they deserve. With Dr. Awad’s seasoned guidance, our team stands ready to illuminate the path, ensuring that every step is taken with clarity, confidence, and a focus on holistic well-being. Whether you’re grappling with the challenges of menopause, a specific hormonal condition, or seeking to understand your options, we’re here, committed to your journey of vibrant health and harmony.